Rockwell Boxed Notecards

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An extraordinarily gifted and beloved illustrator, Norman Rockwell began his career at a fortuitous moment: new mass market magazines were flourishing, entering the homes of millions of American families. Rockwell (1894–1978) sold more than three hundred covers to The Saturday Evening Post between 1916 and 1967. Each one told a story—in a remarkably concise, detailed, and warmhearted way—about a nation of small towns filled with kind, industrious people engaged in the ordinary activities of life.

Contains five each of the following notecards:
The Jury, 1959
The Convention (Hat Check Girl), 1941
The Flirts, 1941
Happy Birthday, Miss Jones, 1956

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Weight 0.6000 kg
Dimensions 4.445 × 13.97 × 19.05 cm