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1959 Ad Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Norman Rockwell Art Couple Cleaning - Original Print Ad
This is an original 1959 black and white print ad for the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company in Springfield, Massachusetts. This ad is one in a series that features artwork by American artist and painter Norman Rockwell.88% (9)
This piece was illustrated by Rockwell, Norman Perceval. Artist signature in print - bottom right of image.
(1894-1978) Norman Perceval Rockwell was born in New York City but he was best known and beloved for his nostalgic images of small town and rural America. He studied at the Chase School of Fine and Applied Art, the National Academy of Design, and the Art Students League and was influenced by the work of Howard Pyle and J. C. LeyendeckerNtwo great illustrators of the period. He began his career with illustrations for the St. Nicholas magazine and other juvenile publications but he is most associated with The Saturday Evening Post for which he did more than 300 covers beginning in 1916. In addition to his magazine and advertising work he produced the famous Four Freedoms posters during WWII. His work captured the innocence of an America now long gone and with each drawing Rockwell told a story with considerable warmth and humor. With his prolific output and huge audience, Rockwell is perhaps the artist most responsible for raising the genre of illustration to the art form we consider it to be today.
Olympia City Council Meeting Farmer's Insurance Secure Cities Award Photo Opportunity
Members of the city governments of Yelm, Tenino, Lacey, Olympia, and Tumwater; and the government of Thurston county were honored by Farmer's Insurance because the region ranked very high for the insurance broker's mid-size city rating for being a secure city. The following is from the City Council Meeting May 20th, 2008 Secure Cities Award Agenda Packet: COUNCIL DATE 5/20/08 AGENDA ITEM 3A CITY COUNCIL MEETING Olympia, Washington May 20, 2008 2007 Secure City Recognition __________________________________________________________________ CITY MANAGER’S RECOMMENDATION: Receive recognition from the Farmers Group of Insurance Companies as the most secure mid-size city in the United States in 2007. STAFF CONTACT: Gary Michel, Chief of Police (360)753-8147 email@example.com Dick Machlan, Police Admin. Svs. Mgr. (360)753-8006 firstname.lastname@example.org ORIGINATED BY: Police Department PRESENTERS AND OTHERS NOTIFIED: Susan Bithall, President, Farmers Insurance Group of Washington, presenter Chief Dusty Pierpoint, City of Lacey Chief John Stines, City of Tumwater Chief Joe Vukich, Town of Tenino (serving Bucoda and Rainier) Chief Todd Stancil, City of Yelm Sheriff Dan Kimball, Thurston County Burt Garavaglia, Dir. of Legislative Affairs, Farmers Insurance Group Jerry Davies, Dir. of Public Relations, Farmers Insurance Group Jessica Duble-Harbin, Farmers Insurance Government Affairs Thurston County Chamber of Commerce Local Farmers Insurance Group agents ATTACHMENTS: N/A BUDGET IMPACT/ SOURCE OF FUNDS: N/A PRIOR COUNCIL/ COMMITTEE REVIEW: N/A BACKGROUND: In 2004, the Farmers Insurance Group began looking at what it meant to be a secure city. The motivation for this effort was the recognition that, in our post-9/11 world, safety has become a prime concern of communities across the nation. When families choose a place to live, they now not only look at the schools and job market, they also look at a community’s security status. Farmers commissioned Sperling’s Best Places to conduct security surveys of 379 major metropolitan areas in the country, representing over 80% of the all of the nation’s residents. The metro areas were divided to three size categories – small (under 150,000 residents), medium (150,000 – 500,000 residents) and large (over 500,000 residents). Six major categories were examined – unemployment, crime rate, severe weather, environmental hazards, risk of terror and life expectancy. The ratings were based on the results of that examination. ANALYSIS AND OPTIONS: The Olympia metro area (including the cities of Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater and Yelm; the towns of Bucoda, Rainier, Rochester and Tenino; and unincorporated Thurston County) has been selected as the 2007 Most Secure Mid-Size City in the U.S. Farmers notes that “Olympia, the State capital, has become a hub for artists and musicians thanks to its extremely clean air and the long life expectancy of its residents.” Ultimately, this recognition is a tribute to the greater Olympia area community as a whole. Active concern for the environment; commitment to quality public safety and emergency services; a vibrant and diverse social, cultural and business milieu; excellent schools and medical services; and a beautiful natural setting all work together to make our community a place where people can live long, safe and productive lives. Corvallis, OR received the small cities selection and San Jose/ Sunnyvale/Santa Clara, CA received the big cities recognition from Farmers this year. Page 2 of 2138 2011 cleaning
After Colin's fire in his kitchen the other week, the cleaning company did a great job on the walls, ceiling and cupboards, but as the insurance is only for the buildings, it's down to Colin to clean the rest. He worked really hard to get the cooker as good as new, so I went along this afternoon to help with some other bits and pieces.
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