The Saturday Evening Post dated October 1976 with a Norman Rockwell cover picturing two stunned football players watching as the referee flips the coin. Contains five pages of Norman Rockwell illustrations with a football theme. Great for framing and gift giving to the football fan in your life.
A Bright Mirror of Past Glories with five pages of Norman Rockwell Illustrations The Pear Tree · John Gardner The Concert · Marianne Andrea Why Can’t Computers Be More Like Us? · Lewis Thomas, M.D. Justly They Sing of “Scotland the Brave” · Patrick Ryan · Illustrated by Lucian Lupinski The Day I Painted Amy Carter · Thornton Utz Tennis: An Undercover Activity · John Bayliss Antics in the Attic · Bob Dunham Damned Socialists and Bleeding Hearts · Nick Thimmesch The Case for Mayor Richard J. Daley · Steven D. McAuliffe The Case Against Mayor Richard J. Daley · Dick Simpson Introducing the Druckerism Wilma Rudolph: Gazelle of the Track · Jesse Owens illustrated by Wes Kendall The Endless Summer of the Beach Boys · Samuel B. Walton The Top Ten College Football Teams of 1976-77 · Bud Wilkinson Charley Conerly Was Number Two to Nobody · Frank Gifford & Charles Mangel Pain · Joe Namath and much more
Vintage advertising throughout including: Oldsmobile Delta 88 Automobile Gorham Norman Rockwell Figurines Heygill Bird Collectible Figurines Mexicana Airlines and much more
Magazine is in good vintage condition. Cover has original mailing label on bottom of cover. Binding is tight and pages are clean
A great time capsule gift for someone who was born in October of 1976.