Two children (a boy and a girl) in 1910-era clothing face a line of turkeys carrying individual letters for the word "Thanksgiving". On the front of the card, code T-17 and copyright symbol with a N in a triangle (stands for E. Nash) appears. Embossed

“Thanksgiving — Here they come! Let’s give ’em a great welcome.” 1910. Toronto Reference Library. Public Domain.

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