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My mother was a "Rosie" at Sparrow Aircraft in Wichita, Ks. Rosie the Riveter had many female pals who did other needed tasks besides riveting to help the war effort.

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Art by Arthur Sarnoff. -LOL art funny cute female Awesome vintage cartoon nice retro girly Poster comics feminism pinup sandwich We can do it welding girls are better. - Board "Beauty-Women at Work".

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US Armed Services (Recruiting Women, 1944) Art Poster Print

"For your country's sake today--For your own sake tomorrow. Go to the nearest recruiting station of the armed service of your choice." Color poster by Steele Savage, National Archives Identifier: 514315 World War Two

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Today's pinup is a continuation of the Propaganda Style Pinup Posters featuring Kelsey in this tribute to the Airborne Paratroopers of World War I've. Propaganda Pinups - Become a Paratrooper!

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Women and World War II - my wonderful, late mother-in-law was one of many women building airplanes at Vultee Aircraft Corporation during the war in Nashville.

According to Tangee in the 1930s, a woman's lips could be too red, smeary, glaring, and painted for a man to kiss.

Selling Shame: 40 Outrageous Vintage Ads Any Woman Would Find Offensive

Ladies he will only kiss you with the right lipstick - Selling Shame: 20 Outrageously Offensive Vintage Ads

This poster is again catered to women to help in the factories. They are sending the message that "if you are working, you are an asset to the victory of the war.

We can do it: 14 posters of women who worked for the war effort

Anon Change Over to a Victory Job propaganda poster Nd © Australian War Memorial

Geraldine Doyle - the woman whose picture inspired the We Can Do It poster ~

Rosie the Riveter April 22 2015 Geraldine Doyle - the woman whose picture inspired the We Can Do It poster.

Houston Street in Fort Worth back in 1942. All three were "Rosie the Riveters" at the North American plant there. They worked on the P-51 Mustang Fighter. The photo was taken by a street photographer in downtown Fort Worth. According to the note left on the photo by Wanda's mom, they were headed to Leonard's to buy a dress for her as she had a date with a man named Larry Lenz. That's three nice l...

Houston Street in Fort Worth back in All three were "Rosie the Riveters" at the North American plant there. They worked on the Mustang Fighter.

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Michigan Woman Who Inspired WWII 'Rosie' Poster Has Died

People- Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was 17 years (in while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job. That image used by J. Howard Miller for the “We Can Do It!” poster, released during World War.

The National WWII Museum | New Orleans: Learn: For Students: Research Starters: American Women in WWII

"It's a Tradition with Us, Mister" -- WWII by J. Howard Miller, who did the iconic WE CAN DO IT poster. My husband's grandmother was a Rosie!

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Woman Ordnance Worker poster "The Girl He Left Behind" shows Rosie the Riveter in red bandana. A number of variants of Rosie posters were done during the war. This is among the most desirable.

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