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Norman Rockwell and the Saturday Evening Post, Vol 1 by Norman Rockwell

Norman Percevel Rockwell was a 20th century American painter and illustrator. His works enjoy a broad popular appeal in the United States, where Rockwell is most famous for the cover illustrations of everyday life scenarios he created for The Saturday Evening Post magazine over more than four decades. Among the best-known of Rockwells works are the Willie Gillis series, Rosie the Riveter (although his Rosie was reproduced less than others of the day), Saying Grace (1951), and the Four Freedoms series.
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Nearly years after its inception, The Saturday Evening Post has unveiled a new website with a digital archive of its issues dating back to , as well as a gallery of its signature covers. The Post, one of the longest-running American magazines, has recreated itself a number of times. It first appeared as a magazine densely packed with news and features intended for male readers. Then it became a general-interest, family publication with eye-catching cover art. His work folksy illustrations of small-town America was suddenly in high demand. To make her job easier, Ms.

It might be s cars, or old-time baseball. It might be Route 66 or Thanksgiving dinners. It certainly includes The Saturday Evening Post and its iconic covers. The fact that you can do this is a story in itself. And that set off a mission. Years ago, when her father first acquired Curtis Publishing and The Saturday Evening Post in , he moved all the archives to Indianapolis. They had to be organized.

By Kayleigh Barber :: November 15, This then led to the color-copy stage in the mids, and eventually gave way to the technology of the early s which allowed the year-old publication to go digital. SerVaas estimates that the total investment into the archival and preservation project is well into the million-dollars range, which is tied to the costs of preserving the paper, maintaining the staff, and purchasing equipment over the course of the three decades.
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In , year-old Benjamin Franklin came up with an idea for an informative magazine for the colonies. It would be titled The Pennsylvania Gazette. Before he could begin production, though, the idea and name were stolen by an unscrupulous partner. The partner began publishing the magazine, but, within the first year, failed. Franklin and another partner took over production. Their Gazette carried news and contributions on various topics from readers.

The Saturday Evening Post is an American magazine , currently published six times a year. It was published weekly under this title from until , then every two weeks until From the s to the s, it was one of the most widely circulated and influential magazines for the American middle class, with fiction, non-fiction, cartoons and features that reached millions of homes every week. The magazine declined in readership through the s, and in The Saturday Evening Post folded for two years before being revived as a quarterly publication with an emphasis on medical articles in The Saturday Evening Post was first published in [2] in the same printing shop at 53 Market Street in Philadelphia where the Pennsylvania Gazette had been published in the 18th century. The magazine gained prominent status under the leadership of its longtime editor George Horace Lorimer The Saturday Evening Post published current event articles, editorials, human interest pieces, humor, illustrations, a letter column, poetry with contributions submitted by readers , single-panel gag cartoons including Hazel by Ted Key and stories by the leading writers of the time.


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