Riveting Rosies

circa 1943: One American female worker drives rivets into an aircraft while another sits in the cockpit on the US home front during World War II. They wear aprons and their hair tucked into scarves. Women who went to work in industries to aid the war effort became known under the moniker 'Rosie the Riveter'. (Photo by Harold M. Lambert/Lambert/Getty Images)
circa 1943: One American female worker drives rivets into an aircraft while another sits in the cockpit on the US home front during World War II. They wear aprons and their hair tucked into scarves. Women who went to work in industries to aid the war effort became known under the moniker 'Rosie the Riveter'. (Photo by Harold M. Lambert/Lambert/Getty Images)
Riveting Rosies
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Credit:
Harold M. Lambert / Contributor
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3201751
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Archive Photos
Date created:
January 01, 1943
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JI5646
Object name:
00n/27/arve/G2410/016
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