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1000 Piece Ballpark Puzzle - Saturday Evening Post

The Saturday Evening Post in the 50 s and 60 s captured Americana and often through the great paintings of Norman Rockwell. Three of these iconic images come to

No Girls Allowed, August 9, 1952, by Stevan Dohanos

"No Girls Allowed" Saturday Evening Post Cover, August 9, 1952

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Saturday Evening Post October 26th, 1912

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Playing House Saturday Evening Post Cover, January 31, 1953 Giclee Print by Stevan Dohanos

"Playing House" Saturday Evening Post Cover, January 31, 1953

Salmon Running Upstream by Mead Schaeffer, May 17, 1952, The Saturday Evening Post.

Salmon Running Upstream by Mead Schaeffer, May The Saturday Evening Post.

"Legend of Korra" poster inspired by old "Saturday Evening Post" Magazine covers.

The Republic Evening Post: KORRASAMI from Yume's Shop

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"Fumble" or "Tackled" Saturday Evening Post Cover, November 21,1925 Giclee Print by Norman Rockwell at AllPosters.com

"Fumble" or "Tackled" Saturday Evening Post Cover, November 21,1925

Norman Rockwell, (American Illustrator) Thou he is an illustrator as an artist he is probably America's most talented artist to date. His covers of the Saturday Evening Post were issued for over four decades. His painting documented the American people and their culture. His most known works can't be determined because of their massive appeal and great numbers of production.

Norman Rockwell in his studio, courtesy ot the Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

"Salute to Colors" Saturday Evening Post Cover, May 12,1917

Saluting the Flag, the May 1917 Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post cover

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