We Can Do It

SKU N-06-6001
by J. Howard Miller

Of all the images of working women during World War II, the image of women in factories predominates. Rosie the Riveter--the strong, competent woman dressed in overalls and bandanna--was introduced as a symbol of patriotic womanhood. The accoutrements of war work--uniforms, tools, and lunch pails--were incorporated into the revised image of the feminine ideal.

Produced by Westinghouse
for the War Production
Co-Ordinating Committee
NARA Still Picture Branch
(NWDNS-179-WP-1563)

Dimensions: 20(w) x 28(h)
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