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Food For 45

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22
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November
Year
1979
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Marge Wolf & Family Prepare Turkeys For Thanksgiving Dinner, November 1979 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Marge Wolf & Family Prepare Turkeys For Thanksgiving Dinner, November 1979 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 22, 1979
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FOOD FOR 45 - How many turkeys does it take to feed 45 Thanksgiving dinner guests? At least three, according to Marge Wolf. Mrs. Wolf and her husband, who live in Superior Township, are hosting a large holiday gathering for their family and relatives today. They began preparing the three birds on Wednesday for the feast. Pictured from right to left are Mrs. Wolf; her mother, Margaret Busch; her aunt, Helen Johnson; and her sister-in-law, Peggy Busch. Anyone for a home-cooked meal? (Staff photo by Larry E. Wright)

Community High School Students Enjoy A Multi-Ethnic Thanksgiving Feast, November 1974 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

Community High School Students Enjoy A Multi-Ethnic Thanksgiving Feast, November 1974 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 28, 1974
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Learning By Eating Community High School students crowded around a pre-Thanksgiving feast Wednesday featuring everything from egg rolls and fried rice to black-eyed peas, enchiladas and adobe bread. Students and teachers prepared foods to represent the four primary American ethnic groups of color: black, Asian, Spanish surname and Native Americans. As part of the multi-ethnic assembly students prepared informative exhibits and presented a program featuring cultural contributions of the four ethnic groups. Teachers Sandi Raad and Marian Hallada initiated the Thanksgiving celebration. (News Photo by Jack Stubbs)

Wayne Say Canoes The Huron River On Thanksgiving Day At Gallup Park - November 28, 1996 Photographer: Stephanie Grace Lim

Wayne Say Canoes The Huron River On Thanksgiving Day At Gallup Park - November 28, 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1996
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Wayne Say of Ann Arbor said he was working off his Thanksgiving dinner Thursday as he paddled down the Huron River in Gallup Park. Say, who canoes all winter long, calls his after-holiday canoeing an 'interruptable Thanksgiving tradition.'

An Ethnogastronomic View Of Thanksgiving

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Day
25
Month
November
Year
1975
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