Ever since the show reached peak popularity, plenty of "New York's original 'Mad Men'" have come out of the mid-century woodwork. One of those is (the very-worthy-of-that-title!) McCauley "Mac" Conner. He created both advertising and editorial illustrations in the 1940s, '50s, and '60s—most famously for Redbook, the Saturday Evening Post, and Cosmopolitan. His work from that time will now be the focus of an exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York—who announced the September kick-off earlier today.

"The latest in an ongoing series of exhibitions that examines the lives and influence of New Yorkers, Mac Conner: A New York Life explores one man’s prolific career in New York as the world’s media capital and the country’s publishing center in the pivotal years after World War II."

Opening September 10th and running through January 11th, 2015, the exhibit will feature over 70 original artworks of Conner's, who is still alive today at 100 years old! The Museum's Susan Henshaw Jones noted, "Today, Mac Conner is one of the few remaining voices of an influential group of New York illustrators who created the look of a generation. We are thrilled to showcase his incredible work and introduce visitors to yet another remarkable New Yorker.”