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Christmas Advertisement - 1923

We all get them. Every Christmas, it’s the gift you open on Christmas eve normally. Here is an advertisement from The Saturday Evening Post in 1923 for Interwoven socks.


It's Henry

This little character
may, or
may not,
look familiar to you —

I guess it really
depends on just
how many
gray hairs have snuck… 315 more words

"A Colossal Mistake" in The Saturday Evening Post

READ “A COLOSSAL MISTAKE” @ The Saturday Evening Post

The Saturday Evening Post is impenetrable. It was one of the first publications I ever read. I would page through Norman Rockwell prints as a three and four-year-old boy and try to be one of the guys in my grandfather’s South Philly barber shop. 96 more words


The Hot American Cars of '64: Long and Sleek

The American government, yet again is trying to sell American cars in Japan. But a reputation of poor quality and poor mileage (unfounded perhaps) result in poor re-sale value. 202 more words

Tokyo 1964

MaryAnn Diorio ~ Lady of Grace!

We are delighted to have Dr. MaryAnn Diorio, a widely published, award-winning author of compelling fiction dealing with the deepest issues of the human heart visit us today. 1,150 more words

Dazzling their giddy readers

Back in 1946 an unnamed editor at the Saturday Evening Post had a bone to pick with the then-current Second Edition of Webster’s New International Dictionary. 722 more words

Technical Communication

Throwback Thursday: 'Lucky Catch', by Norman Rockwell (1955)

Norman Rockwell is an iconic American illustrator, and I love this piece because my father is a Lobsterman and known to be a teller of tall-tales. 188 more words