Just when you think you've seen them all, another one shows up. I thought I'd come across every release of the major Mister Rogers' Neighborhood LP titles until another early 1970s version of You Are Special surfaced.
The version with the white album cover I had always seen shows Mister Rogers on the left and a "mirror" on the right. Recently I stumbled upon this variation which has no mirror but instead has the title moved to this space.
If you haven't noticed already, I've revamped some of the menu-type pages on the Archive site -- merchandise, music, publications, and video. I felt that the thumbnail pictures that were up before were too small (50x50) and served no purpose because of their size. Now, with bigger thumbnail images (145x145), casual visitors to the site will have an easier time finding what they're looking for.
Finally, if you get a chance, take a few minutes to read a recent article featured on pittsburghlive.com. The article, Through His Archives, Fred Rogers Continues to Teach, focuses on the true archive of Fred Rogers' work. You'll be fascinated as you read about the boxes of materials, letters, notes, props, and other items spanning the entirety of such an influential career.