Harvest Supper Poem With Picture 1952
Harvest Supper Poem With Picture 1952 This appeared October 15, 1952 It is a four verse poem titled Harvest Supper. There is a picture at the top of the page showing men sitting at a long harvest table and the ladies carrying in the food. Bottom picture shows folks dancing in a barn. First verse reads, Draw the farm cider from the casks, sweet rough, Heady and golden, no thin fizzy flow Popped from a bottle, but great jugs, the stuff for men who see dawn break and daylight go. Suitable for framing. Pencil like drawings on beige paper. In mint condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the article. This original magazine tear sheet measures 8 1/4 inches wide by 11 1/4 inches tall.
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