The Eructator of Ice Cream

Advertisement from The Ice Cream Trade Journal, Volume 18 (1922)

“And they would go across the Square to the cool depth of the drugstore, stand before the onyx splendor of the fountain, under the revolving wooden fans, and drink chill gaseous beverages, limeade so cold it made the head ache, or foaming ice-cream soda, which returned sharp delicious belches down his tender nostrils.” –Thomas Wolfe, Look Homeward, Angel (1929)