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More women at work the sooner we win!
Palmer, Alfred T. (photographer) (Creator)
United States. Office of War Information. Bureau of Public Inquiries. (Contributor)
Publication Information
Washington, D.C. : U.S. Government Printing Office
Contributing Institution
San José State University, Special Collections and Archives
Charles B. Burdick War Poster Collection
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A woman wearing a red cap and red working smock works at assembling a cockpit.
On recto: OWI Poster No. 52. Additional copies may be obtained upon request from the Division of Public Inquiries, Office of War Information, Washington, D.C.; U.S. Government Printing Office : 1943--O-517134; D1-135
Microtek Scanmaker 1000XL, 600 dpi TIFF image in 24-bit RGB color. Auto Level image processing applied and compressed into JPEG format using Photoshop CS3.
Women are needed also as: farm workers typists salespeople waitresses bus drivers taxi drivers timekeepers elevator operators messengers laundresses teachers conductors -- and in hundreds of other war jobs! See your local U.S. Employment Service
22 X 14 in.
filename: ww_post_033
oclc: 666951945
islandora: 17_16
Airplane cockpits
War work
War posters
Women in war
World war, 1939-1945
Time Period
World War II
Charles B. Burdick War Poster Collection

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