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A female war worker poses with the airplane she is helping build. The photographer's caption reads: "Rosie the Riverter was a popular song during WWII. She really did work on the planes and other high priority items. Women who had never worked at any job,or any job like this, became anxious to help their husbands, brothers and sons get home sooner." She is a resident at Rodger Young Village.
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00051011 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection Wars-World War II-Home front.; A-005-594 4x5 CARL0000056581 http://220.127.116.11/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/103755
Airplane factories--California--Los Angeles Women employees--California--Los Angeles African Americans--California--Los Angeles World War, 1939-1945 War work