Saturday, November 20, 2010

1935 Thanksgiving Party!


Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!

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18 comments:

  1. So very cute!!

    Debbie @ A Debbie-Dabble Christmas

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  2. Thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Saturday!
    http://viridianpostcard.blogspot.com/2010/11/pink-saturday-nov-20.html

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  3. What a special piece of 30's memorabilia. Decorating with golden crepe paper and chocolate turkeys. Things have changed and homemade invitations and decorations are a thing of....well, the 30's. Happy Pink Saturday and a Blessed Thanksgiving!

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  4. so cute. have a nice day
    xoxo,tina

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  5. This is gorgeous Coralie!!

    Have a wonderful Pink Saturday. xxx

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  6. I love this post. Such a nice vintage Thanksgiving photo. Happy Pink Saturday to you!!

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  7. I so remember the Saturday Evening Post every year had the most beautiful holiday art for each season ... love this.

    Have a beautiful Thanksgiving ~
    TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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  8. Oh, Coralie!!! This is so fun!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  9. Very cool! Thanks for sharing. Happy PS and Happy Thanksgiving!

    Jacalyn

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  10. Have a great Thanksgiving! So thankful for my blog friends.

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  11. Have a lovely Thanksgiving. This photo has given me an idea to see if I can make something from one of my vintage cookbooks!!! Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)

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  12. That's so cute. Happy Pink Saturday and also Happy Thanksgiving.

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  13. Oh I love this articel, I cooect old magazines aswell, just for sweet artices like this.
    I would lovels to see more like this

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  14. Cute!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you!

    Sorry for the late visit- I think of busy Saturdays as a "Pink Weekend" since it takes me that long to visit everyone!

    Happy belated PS!

    In shoes we trust,
    Maggie Mae@
    "Do these shoes match this purse?"

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  15. I love this article. I can't believe what was on the menu - apple, celery and marshmellow salad and what about the tuna baskets. Wow. I would like to see the recipes for these. Great post idea. Happy Thanksgiving.
    Hugs,
    Carey

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  16. Hi Carey!
    Tuna casserole was a popular "dish" for kids' parties at this time! In fact, my mom was still serving that for my birthday parties in the 1950's and 1960's!

    But that salad? I don't think any kid in the world would have liked that, not then and not now!
    Thanks for stopping by!
    Have a great Thanksgiving day!
    Coralie

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  17. fantastic display of thanksgiving long ago. it seems that was a quieter and slow pace time for families. rose

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  18. HAPPY THANKSGIVING CORALIE, LOVE THE VINTAGE POSTER, SO CUTE. YOUR RIGHT, I DON;T THINK I WOULD LIKE THAT SALAD.
    HAVE A NICE DAY. RIZZI

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