California & The West, Uncategorized Thanksgiving from the Camp Fire Girls (San Francisco, 1949) November 24, 2011 No Comments San Francisco, Nov. 19, 1949. "Thanksgiving means much more to Camp Fire Girls than a day for stuffing themselves with turkey and staying away from school. It's an opportunity to serve others, and that includes helping at home with dinner preparations. This week a group of girls had a preliminary workout in table setting and flower arrangement when they gave a dinner for their dads at the clubhouse on Arguello-blvd. In the group were, left to right: Virginia Perryman, Carol Thompson, Katherine Hoass, Helena Cannon and Ann Graber." (Via SFPL.org) Previous Post Next Post You may also like August 20, 2012 Special Issue of Textile: Trade and Transformations of Secondhand Clothing December 4, 2012 Knitting: Fashion, Industry, Craft by Sandy Black April 2, 2013 Power & Style: A World History of Politics and Dress (Guest Book Review) Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.