National Geographic : 1990 Sep
"Fioy a Xig DETAINED during the 1910 Christmas holi days, these men from Bohemia and Bulgaria shared a midday meal in the Kitchen and Laundry Building's second-floor dining room, which seated 1,200 at a shift. A kosher kitchen was added in 1911. Feeding the multitudes was not easy. Scandinavians wanted dried fish, Chinese rice, Italians wine. Meals were provided by concessionaires, and menus reflected typical American fare.