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American Folk Art 2025 Wall Calendar


A versatile and prolific folk artist, Jane Wooster Scott has garnered international recognition as one of the finest painters of Americana working today. In American Folk Art, her warm and nostalgic paintings of America’s celebrations and holidays offer a vision of an idealized earlier era. Speaking about her approach to her work Jane says, “I paint the way I do and choose my subjects out of a deep love for my country’s heritage.”
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Ancient Civilizations of the Southwest 2025 Wall Calendar


The lives of ancient Puebloans who lived in the American southwest are largely mysterious to us. Their legacy is a series of architectural sites that reveal their ingenious building skills, elements of their religious practice, and the art they carved into stone. Ancient Civilizations explores that cultural heritage and celebrates its legacy and preservation.
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Locations featured in the 2025 calendar include:
Wedding Rocks, Olympic National Park, Washington

Agate House, Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona

Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, New Mexico

Betatakin House, Navajo National Monument, Arizona

Cliff Alcove Four, Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, New Mexico

Alcove House, Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico

Mission Church, Salinas Pueblo Mission National Monument, New Mexico

Inscription Rock, El Morro National Monument, New Mexico

West Pueblo Ruin, Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico

Animal Petroglyph, Petroglyph National Monument, New Mexico

Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Culture Historic National Park, New Mexico

Antelope House, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona



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Art of Jonathan Green 2025 Wall Calendar


The Art of Jonathan Green calendar showcases the southern culture of the artist’s Gullah heritage from the inland marshes near the Sea Islands of South Carolina. Jonathan Green, a graduate of the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago, has won national awards and is recognized by curators and museums as one of the South’s most important living artists and among the greatest African-American artists. His work is found in museums in Germany, Sierra Leone, and throughout the United States.

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Paintings featured in this edition include:
Cotton Sky
Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Canvas, 12 by 16 inches

Carrying Oysters
Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Linen, 18 by 24 inches

Fripp Island
Painting by Jonathan Green
Acrylic on Paper, 10 by 14 inches

Boat Ride in the Marshland
Painting by Jonathan Green
Acrylic on Masonite, 24 by 32 inches

Beach Market
Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Linen, 12 by 16 inches

Marshland Outing
Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Canvas, 48 by 60 inches

Evening Fishing
Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Linen, 12 by 16

Frogmore Crossing
Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Linen, 18 by 24 inches

Young Net Thrower
Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Linen, 12 by 16 inches

Tide Fishing
Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Linen, 12 by 16 inches

Serene Bay
Painting by Jonathan Green
Acrylic on Paper, 10 by 14 inches

Painting by Jonathan Green
Oil on Linen, 18 by 24 inches


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Art of the Boat 2025 Mystic Seaport Wall Calendar


The golden age of sail was still ablaze as father and son Rosenfeld captured great yachts, and a few wild-eyed motorboaters on film. Fill a glass with champagne and join this celebration of New York 50 Class boats in 1913, or Istalena, the first M Class boat, and Weetamoe,the J Class America’s Cup contender in 1930, along with many more. You can almost smell the sea with these nautical outings that will sweep you through the year on a fair ocean wind. Sales benefit Mystic Seaport Museum.

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Vessels featured in this edition include:
The First Frostbite Race
The first Frostbite Race took place in January 1932, sailing 12-foort dinghies on Manhasset Bay off Port Washington, NY,
apparently as the result of a challenge.

International One-Design Sloops
International One-Design sloops Spellbound, Grilse, and Aileen racing on Long
Island Sound with their spinnakers set on May 28, 1949.

America’s Cup Practice
Sailors aboard the English America’s Cup challenger Endeavour watch the stern of Vanitie in a preliminary
outing off Newport RI in 1934.

Luders 16s
The Luders 16 was designed by A.E. Bill Luders and grew in popularity after World War II.

Sequoia II
Designed by John Trumpy and constructed by the John H. Mathis & Co. in Camden, New Jersey, Sequoia
II was built for Richard and Emily Cadwalader of Philadelphia, PA. and launched in 1925.

The yawl Bolero, #134, is sailing here during a New York Yacht Club Cruise in 1954. She was designed by Olin
Stephens of Sparkman & Stephens and built by the Henry Nevins yard in New York for John Nicholas Brown.

Watching the Cup Race, 1920
Delayed by the outbreak of WWI, the America’s Cup challenge scheduled for 1914 got underway in 1920. The competition was the last held off NY and the first under the new Universal Rule of measurement.

Riding the Sea-Lyon
The 1920s were still roaring and there was fun during the summer of 1929. This 35-foot Sea-Lyon
was built by Howard W. Lyon, Inc. located on City Island, NY, and could be purchased for a list
price of $2,975.

Shamrock V versus Enterprise, 1930
Sir Thomas Lipton raised his fifth and final America’s Cup challenge in 1929 as sponsor for the Royal Ulster Yacht

One-Design Racing 1956
The International One-Design was created by Norwegian naval architect Bjarne Aas in 1936 at the urging of
Larchmont Yacht Club skipper Cornelius Shield. Shield has seen the designer’s 6-meter yacht Saga and wanted a
boat like it to race in New York. The first 25 boats were delivered later that year and began racing on Long Island

With wind on her beam, Anchorite, #143, is throwing up a spray. Launched in 1937, the 49-foot
auxiliary shoal draft yawl was designed by Owen Merrill and built at the Henry B. Nevis yard on
City Island, NY.

Endeavour, Second Race, 1934
English aircraft builder Thomas Sopwith endowed Endeavour with the most contemporary engineering advances
possible in 1934. Along with a steel hull, Endeavour pioneered the Quadrilateral genoa and a twin-clewed headsail.


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Baltimore and Ohio 2025 Wall Calendar


Running the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad meant big trains operating through challenging terrain, but the railroad made it work with smart engineering and impressive steam. This edition of the calendar features a range of engines and named trains from engine 5040, a Class P-1d Pacific (4-6-2), 6219, a  Big Six (2-10-2), 7156, a Class EL-5a (2-8-8-0), 6168, a Class S-1 Santa Fe type (2-10-2), and much more. Ride the B & O all through 2025.

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Locomotives and named trains featured in this edition include:
~ Engine 5583, a Class T-3b Mountain (4-8-2) leading a freight westbound up Sand Patch at Bracken, PA on January 14, 1956.

~ A pair of F-7A’s, two of 159 purchased from EMD between 1948 and 1952, lead a westbound freight at Green Spring, WV on February 27, 1953.

~ Baltimore and Ohio 5040, a Class P-1d Pacific (4-6-2), is in charge of Train #22, the eastbound Washingtonian on March 26, 1952.

~ Big Six (2-10-2) 6219 is bringing a westbound freight around the horseshoe curve at Mance, PA on April 21, 1954.

~ At the Grafton, WV engine terminal, on May 27, 1954, 4462, a Class Q-4b Mikado (2-8-2) is in the foreground, and F-7A 277 is on the turntable. There are about 20 steam locomotives and eight diesels in this view.

~ B&O 7156, a Class EL-5a 2-8-8-0, is passing 4308, a Class Q-1t 2-8-2 Mikado built in 1913, on June 15, 1952 at Cumberland, MD. 7156 has a westbound freight in tow.

~ Baltimore and Ohio 4404, a Class Q-4 Mikado 2-8-2, and a Class S-1a Santa Fe 2-10-2 are on a westbound coal train on Sand Patch Grade in July 1951.

~ A Model S-2 switcher built for B&O by the American Locomotive Company in 1943, is waiting a call at Chicago, IL on August 20, 1961.

~ Baltimore and Ohio 6576, one of 174 Class GP-9’s built by EMD, is on a local freight in Bethesda, MD on September 4, 1973.

~ A Class S-1 Santa Fe type (2-10-2) 6168 is a point helper for 7105 (Class EL-1a, 2-8- 8-0) working a westbound empty reefer train up Sand Patch on October 10, 1949.

~ B&O 7626, a Class EM-1 Yellowstone (2-8-8-4) leads a westbound freight along the Potomac River at Hansrote, WV in November 1952.

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California Vintage 2025 Wall Calendar


Larry Grossman has recreated a panoply of icons from the 1930s that are quintessential California. There is the Zep Diner in L.A., the Brown Derby on Wilshire Blvd., the Pan Pacific Auditorium, the Bruin Theater, and a few imagined locations perfect for the era, had only someone thought of them. The big cars, fast airplanes and great shakes are happening here.

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California places featured in this edition include:
• A gleaming Santa Fe Super Chief train pulls into San Diego’s beautiful Spanish-style Santa Fe station.

• The Zep Diner was the place to go in L.A. for yummy malts, Hinden-burgers, and frog legs! This fun type of architecture was popular in the 1920s
and 30s.

• A classic 1930’s Greyhound bus departs from a classic Art Deco-style Greyhound depot.

• Amelia Earhart poses between her beautiful 1936 Cord 810 Phaeton, and gleaming Lockheed 10-E Electra twin-engined plane.

• The Cable Car Cafe has a terrific view overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. However, don’t waste your time searching for this establishment, it only ever existed in this artist’s imagination!

• The beautiful Art Deco style Pan Pacific Auditorium in Los Angeles was built in 1935. It was the site of many auto shows and other events until in burned down in 1989.

• The Big Dog Cafe must have been a fun place to eat; it certainly was situated in a gorgeous location…Yosemite Valley! In fact, had it existed anywhere, but in this artist’s imagination, I’m pretty sure the U.S. Park Service would not have approved.

• Woolworth’s, where have you gone? This extra-large store was in Bakersfield, CA.

• Built in 1926, the iconic Brown Derby restaurant on Wilshire Blvd. was the place to see and be seen in the 1930s and beyond. Pity they bulldozed it in 1985 after a fire in the kitchen.

• Built in 1928, The Grand Central Air Terminal featured the first paved runway west of the Rocky Mountains. Many famous aviators, including Lindberg, Hughes, and Earhart (pictured) flew from here. Today it’s owned by Disney and has no runway at all!

• Built in 1937 in Westwood CA, the Bruin Theatre continues to be the location for many movie premiers. It was recently featured in the Quentin Tarantino film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”

• The Thompson Trophy Races were a popular and exciting event in 1930s Los Angles. They attracted daredevil pilots from across the
country and around the world, including Jimmy Doolittle who flew the Gee Bee R-1 Racer in the foreground.

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Cars of the Fab 50s 2025 Wall Calendar


With brilliant whitewalls, glittering chrome, and massive wheelbases, Cars of the Fab 50’s 2025 calendar shows off American autos from Cadillac, Chrysler, Chevrolet, DeSoto, Hudson, Oldsmobile, Ford, and more. Detroit’s golden age put America on the highway and gave the world auto envy.

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Cars featured in the 2023 edition include:
• Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz, 1958

• Nash Rambler Landau, 1951

• Lincoln Continental MK II, 1956

• Buick Skylark, 1954

• Ford Crestline Sunliner, 1956

• Chevrolet Parkwood Station Wagon, 1959

• Ford Thunderbird, 1957

• Ford Crestline Sunliner Indy Pace Car Edition, 1953

• Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe, 1958

• Hudson Italia, 1954

• DeSoto FireFlite Sportsman, 1957

• Chrysler New Yorker Convertible, 1954

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Celebrating Roses 2025 Wall Calendar


Celebrating Roses 2025 wall calendar presents America’s official flower in all its beauty and variety. The rose’s rich colors and elegant petal structure come alive in photographs by Rich Baer, an award-winning member of the Portland Rose Society. Sales of the roses calendar support the educational missions of the PRS.

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Roses featured in this edition of the calendar include:
Watercolors – This 3-4 inch, 5 petaled bloom usually has bright yellow stamens surrounded by a light yellow center edged with dark blushing pink that turns red with aging.

Love’s Kiss – This bright pink, edged in a darker pink, hybrid tea rose is a perfect gift for any valentine, even the name evokes visions of emotional affection.

True Sincerity – This 3 to 4 inch, 45-60 petaled bloom has a bright yellow center surrounded by pink edging that ages to red. Its glossy medium green foliage only serves to accentuate its beauty.

The Finest – This 4-inch, 35-40 petaled pure white hybrid tea rose really stands out in any setting. The medium green matte foliage and slight fragrance only add to its overall beauty.

Double Perfection – This 4-5 inch, 35 petaled bright yellow with red edging hybrid tea rose is a stunning addition to
any garden or vase. The semi glossy, dark-green dense foliage certainly add a contrasting dimension to its display.

Daddy’s Little Girl – This miniature rose has 1-2 inch, 20-plus petaled rich pink blooms with a white eye and bright yellow stamens. It is a vigorous bush that grows compactly to about 2 feet. It is adorned by small semi glossy medium green foliage and stands out in the garden or in a vase.

Sweet Gesture – This prolific floribunda rose certainly defines the color “clear pink.” The blooms appear in 3-4 inch, 40 plus petaled clear salmon pink clusters surrounded by large glossy medium green foliage. It also has a light fragrance.

Pink Meidiland –  This 4-inch, 5 petaled dark pink rose with a white center and golden stamens is quite a stunning shrub rose. It has bronzy green semi glossy foliage and mild fragrance. It is a vigorous bush and can grow 6 feet wide and tall.

Midas Touch – This bright, deep yellow, 4-5 inch, 25 plus petaled bloom with its bright gold stamens certainly stands out in the garden or in a vase. It is adorned by large matte medium green disease resistant foliage that only enhances its beauty.

Pop Art – The 4-5 inch, 50 plus petaled pink and yellow striped blooms invite a second look from anyone visiting the garden. The compact 4-foot bush with glossy dark green foliage always invites a return visit. However, what really brings rose lovers back is the glorious intense fragrance.

Autumn Splendor – This spectacular 2-3 inch, 30-40 petaled miniflora bloom varies from bright yellow to a pink tinged light orange to bright red as it ages. Its displays of varying hues is vivid and ongoing throughout its aging.  This rose won the American Rose Society’s Award of Excellence in 1999.

White Lies – This new floribunda is the work of amateur hybridizer Dr. John Pottschmidt and it more than lives up to its unique name. The 3-4 inch, 25 petaled blooms start out as a pearly white that ages with sunshine to a bright vibrant red. The 4 to 5 foot bush is adorned with medium green glossy foliage that make this a standout in any venue.

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Chevy Classics 2025 Wall Calendar


Nowhere in the world is the link between cars and their culture stronger than it is in America. Chevy Classics celebrates the close bond between American drivers and their automobiles. Memorable models like Impala, Bel Air and Corvette are why so many people chose to see the USA in their Chevrolets.

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Cars featured in the 2023 edition include:

• Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Indy Pace Car Edition, 1969

• Chevrolet KA Special DeLuxe Sport Coupe, 1940

• Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, 1987

• Chevrolet AD Universal Sport Coupe, 1930

• Chevrolet Impala SS 409 Convertible, 1964

• Chevrolet Camaro 30th Anniversary Edition, 1997

• Chevrolet Corvette, 1967

• Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible, 1957

• Chevrolet Fleetmaster Sport Coupe Country Club, 1948

• Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454, 1970

• Chevrolet Corvette 50th Anniversary Edition, 2003

• Chevrolet Corvette, 1953

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Civil War 2025 Wall Calendar


The Civil War 2025 wall calendar chronicles the war’s most crucial actions with striking color imagery, vintage period photos and historical essays which touch on the war’s key stories and moments. It is written and photographed by Chris Heisey – America’s leading Civil War battlefield photographer.

Events and locations featured in this edition of Civil War include:

The Crater, Petersburg National Battlefield, Petersburg, Virginia

The Battle of the Crater involved a massive mine explosion under Confederate siege lines that blew a gaping hole in a salient section chosen by the Union command as an effective place to try such a feat.

Union Generals Reynolds and Buford Monuments — Chambersburg Pike, Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Linked in Gettysburg lore forever are Union Generals John Buford and John Reynolds. Both West Pointers, Buford was born near Lexington, Kentucky,
where as John Reynolds’ hometown was Lancaster, Pennsylvania. On the march towards Gettysburg, it was General Buford’s cavalry that led the army as it raced to meet Lee’s invasion into Pennsylvania – a grand raiding party that sent panic through every farming family in southern Pennsylvania.

The Stockade and Providence Spring, Andersonville National Historic Site, Andersonville, Georgia

Though the Confederate prison at Andersonville, Georgia, only began taking prisoners in March 1864, just a year before the war was to close, this crude
stockade built by slave labor in a very far off and remote corner of southern Georgia some 100 miles south Atlanta, became a notorious penitentiary known for its wretched conditions which led to unspeakable suffering by the prisoners held there.

Water Oaks Pond, Shiloh National Military, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee

The Battle of Shiloh occurred on April 6 and 7, 1862, when Confederate forces under Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston surprised Union forces under General Ulyssess S. Grant who were camped along the banks of the Tennessee River at Pittsburg Landing.

Poague’s Confederate Artillery — Widow Tapp Farm, Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania National Military Park, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

In early May 1864, the war’s two best generals finally clashed at the Battle of the Wilderness in Central Virginia. Union General Ulysses S. Grant was brought from the Western Theater by President Lincoln to bring Confederate General Robert E. Lee to bay.

Union Artillery — Malvern Hill, Richmond National Battlefields, Richmond, Virginia

The Seven Days Campaign was a turning point in the Civil War given Union General George B. McClellan’s army had inched its way to within five miles
of the Confederate capital city by late June 1862. But, when Robert E. Lee took command after the wounding of General Joseph Johnston, the Gray Fox – General Lee’s sobriquet – went on the offensive, driving McClellan’s routed army some 30 miles to the south in bitter defeat. It was a stunning reversal of fortune for the southern cause and made Lee an instant hero and savior to the Richmond populace.

Mississippi Memorial, Vicksburg National Military Park, Vicksburg, Mississippi

William Winters went off to war to make $13 dollars a month—pay his family counted on for their very survival. With many of the letters home, Winters would enclose the monies earned so his family could survive. Sadly, Winters was killed in 1864 in a remote portion of eastern Louisiana near Mansfield, Sabine Pass.

Stonewall Jackson Monument — Henry Hill, Manassas National Battlefield, Manassas, VirginiaAdjectives contemporaries used to describe Confederate Adjectives describing General Stonewall Jackson range from: brilliant, eccentric, lunatic, pious, crazy fool, enigmatic, exceptional, quirky, devout, zealous —to only name a handful. Jackson was a very successful general in the war’s

132nd Pennsylvania Monument — The Sunken Road, Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg, Maryland

William McKinley was born the seventh of nine children some 50 miles south of Cleveland in 1843. When the Civil War began, he volunteered for the
23rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry in which he served with his mentor Rutherford B. Hayes. At the war’s beginning, the regiment saw action in the western hills
of Virginia (today’s West Virginia) at Carnifex Ferry in September 1861. The regiment made an arduous march east to fight in the Antietam Campaign in
September 1862. Hayes was wounded at South Mountain three days prior to Antietam. McKinley escaped Antietam bloody butchery there, even though the
23rd saw heavy action on the Union left flank as the daylong battle ended with over 23,000 casualties—the bloodiest day in American history.

Little Round Top, Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

General Dan Sickles, commander of the Union army’s Third Corps, blatantly disobeyed orders in positioning his corps in front of the high ground at Little Round Top. In the heavy fighting which destroyed his Third Corps, Sickles was hit by a solid cannon shot. His shattered leg was amputated
through the upper thigh on the battlefield. That leg is still on display at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. The one-legged Sickles hobbled with honor on crutches for 50 years as a show of valor until he died in 1914. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery (not Gettysburg) where he had wished to rest.

Driftwood Beach — Jekyll Island, Georgia

On November 28, 1858, a large ship dubbed The Wanderer quietly slipped into a coastal inlet at Jekyll Island, Georgia, and unloaded its human cargo of
some 400 slaves onto the beaches of this beautiful six-mile long barrier island in the southern most corner of Georgia.

Richard Kirkland Memorial — Maryre’s Heights, Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania National Military Park, Fredericksburg, Virginia
One of the most iconic Civil War monuments is dubbed “The Angel of Maryre’s Heights” which memorializes Confederate Sgt Richard Kirkland heroic
aid given to the wounded Union soldiers pinned down in front of the wall. While the monument does not specifically name a regiment he provided water for, it seems likely it was the 155th Pennsylvania. “Don’t you know that you would get a bullet through your head the moment you stepped over this wall,” General Kershaw told Kirkland. “Yes, but I’ll take the chances,” Kirkland replied. Sgt. Kirkland survived as both sides were in awe of his courage and mercy.

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