American poster: Women, there's work to be done and a War to be won.... NOW
A woman builds shells at the Cornhusker Ordnance Plant in Grand Island, NE, during #WWII. NARA photo.
Liberty Girl, 1943, Norman Rockwell. 1940's art. So many things going on.
"Women work for victory. Farm, Office, Factory. Apply nearest US Employment Service Office or State Defense Council, Hartford." - WWII propaganda poster USA, women war workers
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detail of "Chippers in a Shipyard" [Shipbuilding. Three Women Working], 1942. - WWII propaganda photo USA, women war workers
Dora Miles and Dorothy Johnson working at the Long Beach Plant. "Rosie the Riveter" - WWII propaganda photo USA, women war workers, African-Americans
The Women Workers of WWII-- Oyida Peaks riveting. Photographed by Howard R. Hallem in August 1942.
Before Opie and Anthony defined "Whip'em Out Wednesday," ladies were Women Ordnance Workers!
The More WOMEN at work... US c. 1942-1945