Rosie the riveter

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  1. sunny91

    sunny91 Video Extraordinaire

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    Cool vid sunny thanks
     
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    I saw lots of young ladies and married women take tools in hand during the
    war. My mother was a burner/welder for Maryland Drydock Co. They built
    Liberty ships, Victory ships and the famous T-2 tankers.

    Good vid, Sunny...

    Charles
     
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    Back in the 90's, my optomitrist was a B24 assembler down in San Diego.

    She was probably the only eye doctor in the world that had pics of B24's on her walls.
     
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