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In the early 1940s, Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb composed the song "Rosie the Riveter." After the song had become popular, the May 29, 1943, edition of the Saturday Evening Post cover featured a Norman Rockwell illustration of a muscular, red-headed riveter with the name Rosie painted on her lunch pail.
May 29, 1943 Issue of The Saturday Evening Post cover by Norman Rockwell "Rosie The Riveter"
5-2-14 Rosie the Riveter by Norman Rockwell, 1943. (An American woman employed in the production of military hardware during WWII. My mother was a Rosie Riveter and worked at the Rock Island Arsenal producing munitions.) Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
Rosie The Riveter The Saturday Evening Post, May 29, 1943 . I saw this a crystal bridges a few months ago and it was breathe taking. Never would of imagined it to be sooooo huge framed.
Charles Sheeler / Amoskeag Mills #2 / 1948
Norman Rockwell's "Rosie the Riveter" appeared on the cover of "The Saturday Evening Post" 29 May 1943 for the Memorial Day edition.
Martin Johnson Heade "Cattleya Orchid, Two Hummingbirds and a Beetle" ca. 1875-90
1919 - Norman Rockwell
1950 ... Plymouth- Norman Rockwelllove this!! Awwww!! I want many grandbabies!
"Fighting Over Willie" ~ WWII era illustration by Norman Rockwell of two girls arguing over their 'shared' soldier boy, ca. 1940s.
Norman Rockwell. I remember looking at this in my Scout Handbook and wanting to paint like that
Tom Sawyer - leifpeng, via Flickr
The Gettysburg Address (scribed hastily by Lincoln on a hotel envelope) by artist Norman Rockwell
Man in a dress helping his wife! Norman Rockwell --------- Willing to go the extra mile for each other #thesaturdayeveningpost #fashion
Norman Rockwell's 'Rosie the Riveter' update for Labor Day,1943