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An SAIC alum and women’s rights activist created the first face of the iconic fictional homemaker.
Archibald Motley, Jr. (1914–18, HON 1980) used his art to portray the vibrancy and vitality of African American culture.
In the early 20th century, Grant Wood (SAIC 1913–16) was the visual spokesman for rural America.
In 1910 SAIC alum Sonora Smart Dodd proposed a day to celebrate fatherhood and the rest is history.