Rosie the Riveter: Women Working During World War II

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Donated by Mary Davenport, accession 176: Alberta Nadine Nelson Miller George working. Alberta was a layout person then a tooling control person at Douglas Aircraft in Tulsa, OK between 1942-1945. Size: 4”x9”.

 

Donated by Margaret Bainum-Stock, accession 177: Margaret Bainum at a machine, 1944. Margaret was a machinist/lathe operator at Westinghouse Electric in Emeryville, CA for 2 years. Size: 7.5”x9.5”.

 

Donated by Lois Benvenuti, accession 181: Lois Benvenuti coming from work. Lois was a factory worker at Sprague Electric in No. Adams, MA for 1 year, and an aircraft mechanic’s helper at Army Air Transport Command in Presque Isle, ME for 2 years. Size: 5.5”x3”.

 

Donated by Lois Benvenuti, accession 181: June Jacobson at Army Air Transport Command in Presque Isle, ME. Size: 3”x5.5”.

 

Donated by Nikki Jade Sampson, accession 186: Nikki Jade Sampson running a lathe machine, 1943-1945. Nikki was a lathe operator at American Chain and Cable in Reading, PA for 2 ½ years, and a production manager at Oritsky Company in Reading, PA for 2 years. Size: 2”x3”.

 

Donated by Nikki Jade Sampson, accession 186: Mae, Francis, Sophie, Carl, Frank, Frank, Joe, Mike, Nikki (left to right) in production department, 1942. Nikki was a lathe operator at American Chain and Cable in Reading, PA for 2 ½ years, and a production manager at Oritsky Company in Reading, PA for 2 years. Size: 7.5”x9.5”.

 

Donated by A. Valene Couch, accession 188: Valene Olson, 1943. Valene was a crane operator at the U.S. Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, WA between 1942-1944, and a clerk typist at the Naval Shipping Depot in Bremerton, WA between 1944-1945. Size: 3”x2”.

 

Donated by Jeane Allard, accession 200: Jeane Allard, wrong way to dress, 1944. Jeane was an operator at Pacific Tel and Tel Long Distance in San Francisco, CA between 1940-1941, and a riveter at North Island in San Diego, CA. Size: 4.5”x3.5”.

 

Donated by Jeane Allard, accession 200: Jeane Allard, right way to dress, 1944. Jeane was an operator at Pacific Tel and Tel Long Distance in San Francisco, CA between 1940-1941, and a riveter at North Island in San Diego, CA. Size: 4.5”x3.5”.

 

Donated by Alice E Walter Harder Rayan, accession 204: Alice E. Walter Harder Rayan, far left, with male welders. Alice was a welder at Leathum Smith Shipyard in Sturgeon Bay , WI . Size: 3”x2”.

 

 

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