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American treasure

Norman Rockwell’s “Soda Jerk” was used for the cover of the August 22, 1953 edition of the Saturday Evening Post.

Vintage Americana

In all, Rockwell’s illustrations were featured on the front of the… 11 more words

The True Meaning of the Thanksgiving Holiday 

Friday’s Column: Brent’s Biblical Bytes

Brent Pollard

Hopefully, those within the United States enjoyed a safe and joyous Thanksgiving holiday yesterday. Thanksgiving is one of those holidays that has come under attack by secular humanist forces in recent years. 922 more words


So much to be thankful for

Hank Willis Thomas & Emily Shur, Reimagined Norman Rockwell Freedom From Want (2018)

A lot of different flowers make a bouquet (Muslim proverb)

Henry Ossawa Tanner, The Thankful Poor (1894) … 119 more words



For those of you who think Norman Rockwell only painted idealized images of white people, he didn’t. His idealized images are popular, but he painted many other, harder-edged pictures. 417 more words


Wartime Thanks: Four Thanksgiving-Themed Propaganda Posters from the World Wars

  • During World War I, the U.S. Food Administration commissioned this poster reminding Americans to “eat less” so food would be available for U.S. soldiers overseas as well as for populations of allied nations.
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Food Conservation

Not A Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving

For many Americans, Thanksgiving will not be like a Norman Rockwell painting this year.

There will be a lot of empty seats at tables across the country. 437 more words