When Thanksgiving was beribboned

Southerners in early 1900s tied so many bows

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Thanksgiving has always been a too-much holiday. Too much butter, too much tryptophan, and—in some households—too much family time.

But the excess that had the editors of the Savannah Tribune worried in 1906 was ribbon.

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