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Female Welders 1942

Women welders, 1942 the pride of every union is the fine hands behind the work

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.

Un giovane Hitler esulta per l'inizio della Prima Guerra Mondiale, 1914. rarehistoricalphotos

The photo was taken by Munich photographer Heinrich Hoffmann at a rally in support of war against the allies in Munich’s Odeonplatz on August In the photo, you can spot a young Adolf Hitler in the crowd with blazing eyes.

women working in factories during ww2 | Denim-clad female workers leaving the factory during WWII

Free Photo: Riveter Women Welders on the Way to Their Job at the Todd Erie Basin Drydock

Two women welders at Wagner Electric Company. Photograph by Oscar C.  Kuehn, 1942-45.  Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints  Collections. Industrial Buildings. N34597.

Two women welders at Wagner Electric Company. Photograph by Oscar C. Kuehn, Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints Collections.

Female Welders Welding Seams on Deck Section of an Aircraft Carrier under…

Female Welders Welding Seams on Deck Section of an Aircraft Carrier under Construction at Shipyard

On an aircraft carrier deck, women work as welders and scrapers. Those alongside this steel prefabricated deck section who are without headgear and masks operate tools which scrape loose surface imperfections in preparation for welding.

Rosie the Riveter: Women Working During World War II

This is the Job your Aunt Kay use to do during her day's as a Rosie

With millions of men inducted into the armed forces during World War II, women flooded into factories.

With millions of men inducted into the armed forces during World War II, women flooded into Chicago-area factories to do "men's work" here at home.

Women War Correspondents working in the European Theatre of Operations.

Women War Correspondents working in the European Theatre of Operations, England, 1943 / (Moore)

Clever and easy

clever idea, don't lose the juice from your sausage. This will be made before summer!

Rosie the Riveter: Women Working During World War II - The story of Helyn Potter - welder during the war.

Rosie the Riveter: Women Working During World War II - The story of Helyn Potter - welder during the war ~

Mexican American women workers on the Southern Pacific Railroad during WW II.

Mexican American women workers on the Southern Pacific Railroad during WW II. Photo courtesy of The Pop History Dig Online.

A woman welder at the Inglewood, Calif. plant of North American Aviation works on a sub-assembly for one of the huge tanks that go into B-25 bombers., 10/1942

A woman welder at the Inglewood, Calif. plant of North American Aviation works on a sub-assembly for one of the huge tanks that go into bombers.

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