|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Collection||American Red Cross of Southeast Tennessee|
a,b) are the same photo, but b) is cropped for a newspaper article. Photo by Englerth's Everything Photographic. Logo on bottom right corner in the border and stamped on back with address: "Englerth's, 6 Ridgeside Road, Chattanooga 4, Tenn." Label on back: "City High School Thanksgiving November 24, 1954."
There are 44 people in the group photo. There are an extra four visible in the school doors peering out at the photographer. In the group shot 43 of the people are women and one man in military or ROTC uniform. In front of them is around 23 baskets over flowing with food product. This number maybe higher but are not completely visible in photo. The food varies greatly from a large Turkey in the front basket to bread and potatoes. Visible/Recognizable brands are Quaker Oats, Belle Meade, Wheaties, Cheerios, Premium Saltine Crackers, Gold Flour, eggs, onions, Cream of Wheat, Idaho Potatoes, Hi Ho, Post Toasties, Corn Flakes.
b) Newspaper clipping of a) with caption: "Thanksgiving Gifts- Baskets of food for needy families were filled Wednesday by the home rooms of Chattanooga High School under the direction of the Junior Red Cross. Miss Jane Wells is faculty sponsor of the chapter and Miss Dottie Gregg is president."
|Print size||10.00" x 8.00"|