Saturday Evening Post

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The Saturday Evening Post was a weekly American magazine. First published on August 4, 1821, the magazine ran for almost a hundred and fifty years, with the final issue published on February 8, 1969.

The Post is perhaps most famous for showcasing the talents of a young painter named Norman Rockwell. His covers, featuring classic scenes of American life, have since become iconic images.