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War production workers at the Vilter [Manufacturing] Company making M5 and M7 guns for the U.S. Army, Milwaukee, Wis. Ex-housewife, age 24, filing small parts. Her husband and brother are in the armed service. February 1943. Photographed by Howard R. Hollem for the Farm Security Administration.

War production workers at the Vilter Manufacturing Company making M5 and M7 guns for the U.S. Army, Milwaukee, Wis.

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War production workers at the Vilter [Manufacturing] Company making M5 and M7 guns for the U.S. Army, Milwaukee, Wis. Ex-housewife, age 24, filing small parts. Her husband and brother are in the armed service. February 1943. Photographed by Howard R. Hollem for the Farm Security Administration.

War production workers at the Vilter [Manufacturing] Company making M5 and M7 guns for the U.S. Army, War production workers at the Vilter [Manufacturing] Company making M5 and M7 guns for the U.S. Army, Milwaukee, Wis. in February 1942. Ex-stage orchestra musician, checking an M7 gun with gauge, after turning out on a gun lathe. Her two brothers and husband are in the service. (Howard R. Hollem/U.S. Office of War Information/Library of Congress)

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War production worker at the Vilter Manufacturing Company making M5 and M7 guns for the U.S. Army, Milwaukee, Wis. Ex-housewife, age 49, now doing bench work on small gun parts. Son is Second Lieutenant, Son-in-law, Captain in Army by Howard Hollem ~

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