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Photo Montage No. 104 Cartoonists Hall of Fame.

Photo Montage No. 104 Cartoonists Hall of Fame.

Left: Reference photos for ‘Soda Jerk’ by Norman Rockwell, 1953. Photos by Gene Pelham. Photo montage created by Ron Schick. Right: ‘Soda Jerk,’ Norman Rockwell, 1953. Rockwell’s son, Tom, is reportedly the inspiration for this painting. Tom worked as a soda jerk one summer.

Norman Rockwell photographs show technique behind the master

Left: Reference photos for ‘Soda Jerk’ by Norman Rockwell, 1953. Photos by Gene Pelham. Photo montage created by Ron Schick. Right: ‘Soda Jerk,’ Norman Rockwell, 1953. Rockwell’s son, Tom, is reportedly the inspiration for this painting. Tom worked as a soda jerk one summer.

Will the Real Rose the Riveter please stand up.  Nevermind, finish your lunch.  The actually RR poster by Norman Rockwell. (the "We Can Do It! poster is a non-union campaign ad by Westinghouse, and not Rosie)

A Moment In Labor History or STOP CALLING THAT POSTER ROSIE THE RIVETER!

Will the Real Rose the Riveter please stand up. Nevermind, finish your lunch. The actually RR poster by Norman Rockwell. (the "We Can Do It! poster is a non-union campaign ad by Westinghouse, and not Rosie)

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Dangerous Minds on

Dangerous Minds (DangerMindsBlog) on Twitter - happy thanks-something - bong - dinner table - old school serving tray - alcohol

Norman Rockwell would careful stage photographs to use for his famous detailed illustrations. Here is “Breakfast Table Political Argument”

Norman Rockwell would careful stage photographs to use for his famous detailed illustrations. Here is “Breakfast Table Political Argument”

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