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Norman Rockwell

1916 — Norman Rockwell, illustrator, begins to create the cover illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post, continuing until 1963.

Elsewhere that year:

  • Electric clocks are introduced.
  • Child Labor Laws in South Carolina raise the minimum age of children for work in mills, factories and mines, from 12 to 14.
  • Brig. Gen. John Thompson invents the submachine gun, popularly called the “Tommy gun.”
  • The first professional golf tournament is held at Bronxville, N.Y., by the Professional Golfers’ Association, formed earlier in the year

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