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Poster entitled 'Do the Job He Left Behind; Apply US Employmet Service' (P.G. Harris, artist) depicts a woman using an electric drill on a girder, 1943.

4 propaganda for women to join workforce. "Do the job he left behind. Apply US Employment Service"

Female workers in America during WWII

Learn About The Hardworking Women Of WWII With These Stunning Color Photos

[Photo] A female North American Aviation employee working on a section of the leading edge of an aircraft horizontal stabilizer, Inglewood, California, United States, Oct 1942

detail of "Chippers." Women War Workers of Marinship Corp, 1942. - WWII propaganda photo, women war workers, shipyard, shipbuilding

" Women War Workers of Marinship Corp, - WWII propaganda photo, women war workers, shipyard, shipbuilding

ifiwereabear: “ Veronica Foster a Toronto Gun Girl taking a smoke ”

Veronica Foster, popularly known as “Ronnie, the Bren Gun Girl”, was a Canadian icon representing nearly one million Canadian women who worked in the manufacturing plants that produced munitions and materiel 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

Marion Schultz an employee at the Douglas Aircraft Company, Santa Monica CA, 1943.

Marion Schultz, Douglas Aircraft Company, Santa Monica CA, 1943 - Flown by American men, built by American women.

I was born in the wrong era.

Rosie the Riveter Authentic Bandana or Headscarf with Red and White Polka Dots. Retro Style. Rockabilly. Full Size. RtR-1

Rosie the Riveter 1944 World War II Not bettie page or ww.but still in the awesome lady category!

All hands on deck: 60 percent of women entering the workforce during WWII were over 35 years old.    Read more: http://www.rd.com/slideshows/rosie-the-riveter-history/#ixzz3E9gAadQB

Real Rosie the Riveters: Rare Color Photos From WWII

Woman is working on a "Vengeance" dive bomber Tennessee, February Reproduction from color slide. Photo by Alfred T. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress

Popular Mechanics October 1943, wartime.

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A female riverter at work on a bomber at the Consolidated Aircraft factory in Fort Worth

Golden age of glamour: Incredible colour images from 1940s show perfectly made-up women building B-52 bombers for the war effort

Riveter at work on Consolidated bomber, Consolidated Aircraft Corp. (Howard R. Hollem, Library of Congress) 1942