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Иллюстратор Rudolph Belarski (1900-1983)

Иллюстратор Rudolph Belarski (1900-1983)

The stereotypical 1950s housewife was supposed to be very happy but Mildred wasn't happy, she attempts to commit suicide in the beginning, then throughout the novel denies her unhappiness. Mildred also does not have an 'actual job'. Meaning she did not earn money, nor did a stereotypical wife in the 1950's

The stereotypical 1950s housewife was supposed to be very happy but Mildred wasn't happy, she attempts to commit suicide in the beginning, then throughout the novel denies her unhappiness. Mildred also does not have an 'actual job'. Meaning she did not earn money, nor did a stereotypical wife in the 1950's

My Little Girl

Joe Bowler (1928, American)

My Little Girl

American Art - Paul Burns: Too Close for Comfort", Original Illustration Art

American Art - Paul Burns: Too Close for Comfort, Original Illustration Art

American Art - Paul Burns: Too Close for Comfort", Original Illustration Art

Illustration cover by Kurt Ard August 16, 1958, “Sunscreen?”, The Saturday Evening Post. © SEPS

Illustration cover by Kurt Ard August 16, 1958, “Sunscreen?”, The Saturday Evening Post. © SEPS

Will you be my Valentine? ~ Illustration by Joe Bowler, ca. 1960s. /// forever thine be true...always.

Will you be my Valentine? ~ Illustration by Joe Bowler, ca. 1960s. /// forever thine be true...always.

Joe Bowler

Joe Bowler

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‘This one’s in the bag’ she thought - Jim Schaeffing

‘This one’s in the bag’ she thought - Jim Schaeffing

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