Norman Rockwell Museum Archives’ finding aids are descriptive guides to the collections of archival records housed in the Museum Archives. Finding aids differ from an itemized subject search based database, as they look at a collection of records as a unique intellectual whole, preserving the integrity and original order when possible. These guides provide a historical or biographical note about the creator of the records. They also describe the intellectual organization of the records and provide listings of the folders.
Norman Rockwell business papers, 1918-1978 pdf