The Rare Book Collection sends you Thanksgiving greetings with this personification of hospitality emptying her cornucopia and a pilgrim—albeit one wearing the shell of a wayfarer to Santiago de Compostela—by her side. No matter about the seventeenth-century Continental European context. May this image from Baroque Italy bring warmth, generosity, and abundance for all U.S. “pilgrims” on the day!
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