This selection of five paintings by Norman Rockwell is on loan from the National Scouting Museum in Irving, Texas.

The works span Rockwell’s lifetime of involvement with the Boy Scouts. From the earliest painting on view, A Good Scout (1918), to the latest, Breakthrough for Freedom (1967), Rockwell’s paintings celebrate such virtues as helpfulness, reverence, patriotism, and tolerance.

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