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World War II in Seattle: Previously unpublished photos

Seattle PI article on Blackout a s WWII pictures. Rosie the Riveter, 1943: Elaine Tosch does her riveting clad in a fashionable Flying Fortress uniform by Miss King. Thousands of women joined the Boeing production line during World War II as airplane output shifted into high gear. Photo: Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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THis is Rosie the Riverter! She was womens hero during WWII. No men to do the welding so our women went to work!! Put those ships back together and sent them back out!!!

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Two women work together building planes in a factory to support the war effort while the men are abroad. "Rosie the Riveter" Photo by Harold M. Lambert. - WWII propaganda photo, USA, women war workers

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'Rosie the Riveters' honored with visit to Washington DC

Former Rosie, Frances Reeck signs a Rosie the Riverter poster while visiting Washington, DC on Tuesday

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Canada's real-life "Rosie the Riverter" was known as "Ronnie the Bren Gun Girl". Her actual name was Veronica Foster.