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C O U R T N E Y Apr 7
Had a great time at the annual dinner supporting the last night, and honored to share a table with a real Rosie - Kay Morrison - a Journeyman Welder from Kaiser Shipyard #2 from 1943-45.
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Kari Lewis 🌻 Apr 8
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USO Mar 21
Last week, lawmakers introduced a bipartisan resolution supporting the designation of March 21, 2019 as “National Rosie the Riveter Day” to honor the more than 18 million women in the civilian labor force during World War II.
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Gen. Dave Goldfein Mar 21
Mae Krier, an original , stopped by yesterday. To meet her, you’d never guess she was one day shy of 93 — she maintains the same “We Can Do It” attitude she & other young women had during as they built the planes, ships & tanks needed to win the war.
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Kathleen Duffy Apr 8
Wrapped up w/ ! I love sharing my WWII passion w/ Ss! And based off the # of WWII books flying off my shelves, they have the same passion! Favs include: The Nightingale, Librarian of Auschwitz, & Liliac Girls! 🤓 ❤️🇺🇸💙👩🏼‍🏫📚
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Billie Jean King Mar 21
Today is Day, a national holiday celebrating the millions of working women who supported the U.S. during WWII. Cheers to every working woman today and every day.
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Jacqueline Prester Mar 8
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U.S. Dept of Defense Mar 21
Wishing a happy birthday to a real American hero. Today, she’s 93 and still just as strong as ever!
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Ms. Hurdle Apr 5
My child dressed as and read for my kiddos today. The highlight was when a student shared, “the biggest failure is when you quit.” 💘 💪🏽
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US National Archives Mar 21
In honor of , here's a look back at the women who worked during and !
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DOD Outreach Mar 21
Mae Krier was one of the original “Rosies” or “Riveters.” She came to Washington during to tell the story of all the Rosies who helped the war effort. 💪
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Franko Jan 4
A new bit of to start the new year off. Trails! Franko
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Candace Sweat Dec 28
Playing around attempting my best pose. But seriously, I think this might be a mood going into 2019. Strong, , in my lane, in God’s will.
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Janine Stange Apr 5
Send love to Elinor Otto, “America’s Longest Working Rosie the Riveter”. Her 49 year-old grandson and travel companion passed away.
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US National Archives Mar 21
Replying to @USNatArchives
Do you have a in your family tree? Search our catalog for more images of these amazing women during and !
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Susan Abbott Jan 11
It is Rosie the Riveter day in 5th grade!
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High Fidelity Apr 8
Learn all about & the at this special tour in . [Also accessible through computer] Tickets now on sale for April 17
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Johana P. Escarcega Mar 8
Happy International Women’s Day!
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Trent Wotherspoon Feb 1
I’m a big fan of this teacher librarian - she’s💪 and smart!
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Susan Stokes Apr 4
So proud of my sister, winner of The Woman Today Rosie Award!
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