We Gather Together…

Well, it’s Thanksgiving. As every red-blooded American ought, I salute the bounty of the harvest and take fork in hand. Of course, the bounty is from someone else’s harvest: I’m a supermarket guy, myself.

This year’s art is from the Wells Fargo Messenger, the Company’s internal news magazine from the ‘teens. It shows all the best of home, family and food, with old-fashioned gender delineation — we mean no harm. But if it’s harm you want, the Messenger has just the art for you!

Wells Fargo takes the cake — of course

Happy Thanksgiving!

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2 Responses to We Gather Together…

  1. ed4n says:

    Do you have any idea who the artist was in this picture?

  2. CR says:

    Hi ed4n:

    I combed that issue from stem to stren. (I even used Bob’s magnifying glass.) But the artist is uncredited.

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