Although Al Parker had many admirers during his career, perhaps the most famous individual to send him a fan letter was fellow illustrator Norman Rockwell. Read the letter, written February 25th, 1948 (64 years ago this week), below.
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In celebration of the new editions of William Gaddis’ first two novels, The Recognitions and J … Read more
Rafer Johnson, Olympic gold medalist, humanitarian, and actor, passed away on December 2, 2020. … Read more
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WashU Libraries Book Club goes virtual!
Get comfy and join us from home as we explore titles … Read more
The award-winning nonprofit production company Kartemquin Films is donating the physical … Read more
November 15–21 is Geography Awareness Week. In honor of the occasion, PhD student Tobias … Read more
The Washington University Libraries are proud to sponsor two screenings as part of the Henry … Read more
Have you ever asked yourself, “What is an Archive?”
This is a great time to ask that … Read more
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