Mission Statement: “To preserve and honor the legacy of illustrator, John Philip Falter, in his hometown while providing inspiration for generations to come.”
John Philip Falter Museum opened in historical downtown Falls City, NE on May 1, 2015 in the lobby of the former Richardson County Bank at 1622 Stone Street. After graduating from Falls City High School in 1928, John Philip Falter went on to become a world-renowned illustrator. The museum features: his Philadelphia studio (on loan from the Nebraska State Historical Society Museum), his 129 “Saturday Evening Post” covers, original Jazz works and prints, as well as other works on loan from local collectors.
If you would like to make a donation to the John Philip Falter Museum, please click the below.
We appreciate your generosity as we spread awareness for John's work and his love of Art.
A unique and beautiful 6" X 9" limited edition book of John's 129 Saturday Evening covers is available to Falter Fans for a $125 or more donation to the museum. This price includes shipping and handling, and your donation is 100% tax deductible.
18" X 24"
7.5" X 10"
15" X 18.5"
15" X 22"
21" X 30"
John Falter Note Card Set: $20.00
*shipping not included*
To offset operational costs, we have decided to feature some of our favorite prints by John Falter. We also have jigsaw puzzles, coffee mugs and an assortment of greeting cards for sale. All of these items make special and very unique gifts that cannot be found anywhere else.
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