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Norman Rockwell : Home for the Holidays : Saturday Evening Post Covers : Blog #3

Halloween by Norman Rockwell

We are jumping back a holiday to Halloween! This original cover is on display inside the Fick Fossil and History Museum, on loan from the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. 183 more words

Norman Rockwell & Rosie the Riveter

Norman Rockwell for The Saturday Evening Post, May 29, 1943

Il grande illustratore americano Norman Rockwell è in mostra a Roma, a Palazzo Sciarra: “American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell”. 297 more words

Cultura Di Massa

THANKSGIVING AND FOOTBALL: IT’S AN OLDER TRADITION THAN YOU THINK

One of my favorite cartoons about the First Thanksgiving shows several Pilgrim and Wampanoag women in the foreground setting a table for a huge feast, while in the background their husbands (both Native American and Pilgrim) are playing a rousing game of football.  470 more words

The Pilgrims And The First Thanksgiving

My Saturday Evening Post: Merry Mums

Walking down a nearby Savannah street recently, I came across these beautiful doors on a townhouse.

But it was what perched on the front porch, however, which brought Instant Joy to my heart. 44 more words

Joy

Norman and the Saturday Evening Post

On this wonderful Interlude through New England you will find much to amaze and delight you. On your way to Lake Placid, you will visit the former home and studio of Norman Rockwell and gain an in-depth understanding of his relationship with this beautiful part of the country. 634 more words

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Munich's Gentrification , Revitalization, and Greening Leave Urbanophiles Feeling Down

One of the first things I heard from the Bavarian and German inhabitants of Munich when I first came here in 2000 was ‘Munich is a village of 1.3 million people’. 925 more words

Munich

October 26, 1914

by Richard van Pelt, WWI Correspondent

On the editorial page of the Daily Capital Journal, the editor comments on the cover illustration for the October 24th edition of the Saturday Evening Post: 167 more words

World War I In Marion County