Saturday, July 2, 2011
For the Fourth of July I have a series covers from The New Yorker. The first is from cartoonist George Booth. A dog, the flags, the fourth of July. Perfect.
From 1956, the cover is by Edna Eickle. America at home. A boy and a flag.
1966' s cover is by Arthur Gets. Just a flag on a house. Pretty much says it all.
Arthur Getz also did the cover in 1981. Main Street USA. A wonderful view of our Independence Day.
In 1988 Lee Lorenz drew an optimistic, happy Uncle Sam.
For 2007 the ever charismatic Lady Liberty standing strong by Bob Staake.
Have a great Fourth of July. Enjoy and appreciate our independence.
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July 2, 2011 at 7:45 PM
Happy Fourth to you too.
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