"The actress Helen Foster, a "featured player" at @universalpictures, posed in November 1927 with what most would agree is the chief ingredient of a seasonal holiday dinner. That month, @nytimes reported that a plentiful supply of turkeys from Texas and Oklahoma was available in New York, for just 45 to 52 cents per pound. And New Yorkers were gobbling them up, it seems. "Turkey will be king from Park Avenue to … St. Mark's Place," the @nytimes proclaimed in an article that month. #tbt photo from the @nytimes archives. #throwbackthanksgiving #🍗🍴" By nytimes on Instagram.
Posted on infosnack.