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Pearl Harbor widows have gone into war work to carry on the fight with a personal vengeance, Corpus Christi, Texas. Virginia Young (right) whose husband was one of the first casualties of World War II, is a supervisor in the Assembly and Repairs Depa

"Cow shoes" worn by moonshiners during the 1930's prohibition to hide their tracks from prohibition agents were worn by many in rural West Virginia counties. wem

Here's a clever photo from the past! Prohibition bootleggers wanting to disguise the location of secret distilleries would wear these "cow shoes" to hide their tracks - instead of footprints they would leave cow hoofprints behind!

She's so smart! Julia child                                                                                                                                                     More

Cooking Inspiration: Julia Child

"This is my invariable advice to people: learn how to cook - try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless, and above all have fun!" -- Quote from Julia Child from her book My Life in France.

Mujeres en la Segunda Guerra Mundial

Rare color photos: Women at work in the Oct. 1942 Women workers install fixtures and assemblies to a tail fuselage section of a bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, Calif.

Kisses for soldiers

Couple in Penn Station sharing farewell kiss before he ships off to war during WWII. (Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images) Jan 1943

Portrait of an unidentified woman at work at the Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut, October 1943. Later known as General Dynamics Electric Boat, the company produced more than 70 submarines and almost 400 PT boats during World War II. (Photo by Bernard Hoffman/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Portrait of an unidentified woman at work at the Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut, October Later known as General Dynamics Electric Boat, the company produced more than 70 submarines and almost 400 PT boats during World War II ~

The Star Weekly At War : Blog: Wartime Wednesdays | Elinor Florence

The Star Weekly was a Canadian newsmagazine published by the Toronto Star. I love this cover of a Canadian "Rosie the Riveter" being saluted by two servicemen

The Women Who Fought to Report World War II - Female war reporters during WW2 ~

“ Female war correspondents in France during World War II. (Left to right): Ruth Cowan, Associated Press; Sonia Tomara, New York Herald Tribune;

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In this photo, a soldier is unloading crates of Coke at the supply depot in Italy during the War. When WWII started, Robert Woodruff stated that American GI’s should be able to purchase a bottle of Coke for 5 cents regardless of where they were stationed.

40s workwear casual jeans Asian American “Miss Ethel Mildred Lee, 23-year-old girl born in this country of Chinese parents, is shown at her job as an electrician-helper at the Los Angeles yards of the California Shipbuilding Corporation, where she has worked for almost two years. Extra incentives to help the war effort are two brothers in the U.S. Army and one in the Navy yard at Honolulu, Hawaii. Miss Lee buys $ 100 worth of War Bonds a month.” January 1944 - WWII propaganda photograph USA…

— Miss Ethel Mildred Lee, girl born in this country of Chinese parents, is shown at her job as an electrician-helper at the.

Harriet Chalmers Adams (October 22, 1875 – July 17, 1937) was an American explorer, writer and photographer. Adams served as a correspondent for Harper's Magazine in Europe during World War I. She was the only female correspondent permitted to visit the trenches.

9 trailblazing female explorers

In the National Geographic Society didn't admit women, so Harriet Chalmers Adams, adventurer and female badass, founded the Society of Woman Geographers. She was regarded as the foremost woman explorer of her time.

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