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  • Kathy DeRouchey

    Easter Morning by-Norman Rockwell 1959 **If Norman had been peeking in our livingroom window, he couldn't have painted my family any more accurately. This is exactly what Sunday morning looked like growing up in Long Beach. We're on our way to St Joseph's and Dad's not. Maybe later in the day, he'd take my sister and I to Thrify Drugs for ice cream. DeR

  • Lori Jean

    "Easter Morning” 5/16/1959 aka. "Sunday Morning" by Norman Rockwell for The Saturday Evening Post, cover (info verified)

  • Kate Amberson

    "Sunday Morning" May 16 1959: Norman Rockwell. The little boy is looking to his daddy. The father is the head of the home and while his family goes to church his son wonders why his father is not.

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