Norman Rockwell (1894-1978)

Boy Scouts: Can't Wait

The Boy Scouts of America (1924-1974)

The Boy Scouts of America was founded when Norman Rockwell was 16 years old and they were his passion. Rockwell started his career in 1912 when he illustrated a brochure for an American Scouting magazine, Boys' Life. His chance to be a good Scout came in 1924, when he created his first Boy Scout Calendar. From 1924 to 1974, in all but two years, he painted calendars for the Boy Scout organization.

From: Norman Rockwell Museum of Vermont
With: Fabrice RIFF Homepage

Can't Wait, Norman Rockwell

Can't Wait
Norman Rockwell
Doug Jarrett's Rockwell Collection

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Created: November 15, 1999
Last modified: November 15, 1999
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