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[Two Women Inspecting Elevation Brackets]
Image of Katie Hardwick and Evelyn Herbow inspecting elevation brackets. This photograph was taken at the Will Rogers War Training School.
[Three Women Work on Center Wing Section]
Image of three women working on center wing section. Left to right is: Lilly Morin, Ruby Johnson, and Lillian Jackson. This image was taken at the Will Rogers War Training School.
[Winnell Stark Bennett Learning How to Drill]
Image of Winnell Stark Bennett learning how to drill. This photograph was taken at the Will Rogers War Training School.
[Rookie Workers Eat Lunch]
Image of several female workers sitting on the ground while eating lunch outside of a building. Miss Bennett is in the foreground of the picture. The photograph was taken at the Will Rogers War Training School.
[Four Women Working on the Canopy Section of an Aircraft]
Image of four women working on the canopy section of an aircraft. Left to right is: Winnell Bennett, Pearl Hale, Ruby Cherry, and Hertha Jones. This photograph was taken at the Will Rogers War Training School.
[War Workers Learn Rivet Bucking]
Image of war workers learning rivet bucking. Left to right is: E.B. Innman, H.L. Allen, H.J. Absher, E. Homsley, E. Mulloy, M. Mullins, F.M. Terrell, M.A. Chance, and W. Chandler. The photograph was taken at Will Rogers War Training School.
[Winnell Stark Bennett Learning How to Saw]
Image of 18 year old Winnell Stark Bennett learning how to saw properly from instructor Edgar Murphree. The photograph was taken at the Will Rogers War Training School.
[Winnell Stark Bennett with Tool Box]
Image of Winnell Stark Bennett walking through a doorway with a tool box in hand.
[Convair Loft Work Shop]
Image of Convair's loft work shop showing men and women doing experimental research on giant cargo and bombing planes.
Girls at Work in Convair's Huge Engineering Loft
Photograph of three women drawing atop a huge piece of engineering paper. The women are wearing pants and blouses and their heads are down. They are surrounded by rulers, graphite sticks, books, and magnifying glasses.
[Group of Men Performing Mechanical Work]
Image of a group of men performing mechanical work. Standing is L.W. Searcy. And left to right is: Casey Galbreath, R.W. Sowell, R.W. Waits, C.A. Medkief, I.M. Kinzey.
[Co-Pilots Ralph M. Woods and Bruce Story]
Image of co-pilot Ralph M. Woods, Link instructor Roze McCoy and co-pilot Bruce Story watch as the recorder traces Link's flight.
[Two Women Installing a Light]
Image of Mary T. Crowe holding a ladder steady as Nell A. Clymer installs a light bulb from the top of the ladder.
[Two Women Installing a Light]
Image of Mary T. Crowe holding a ladder steady as Nell A. Clymer installs a light bulb from the top of the ladder.
[Dorothy Keys Operating Tube Station in the Mail Room]
Image of Dorothy Keys operating tube station in the mail room.
[Dorothy Keys Operating Tube Station in the Mail Room]
Image of Dorothy Keys operating tube station in the mail room.
[Dorothy Keys Operating Tube Station in the Mail Room]
Image of Dorothy Keys operating tube station in the mail room.
[Leta Belle Morrison at Work]
Image of Leta Belle Morrison working with a spherical object.
[M.J. Springer Instructing an Advanced Inspection Class]
Image of M.J. Springer instructing an advanced inspection class at the Will Rogers Aircraft Technical Training School. The classroom is occupied by several male employees.
[M.J. Springer Instructing an Advanced Inspection Class]
Image of M.J. Springer instructing an advanced inspection class at the Will Rogers Aircraft Technical Training School. The classroom is occupied by several male employees.
[H.H. Katz Instructing Three Women]
Image of H.H. Katz, instructor of an Engineering, Science and Management War Training drafting course, uses models to illustrate a point. Donice Parrish, left, listens as Katz explains the point to Helen Smith and Elinor Schermbeck.
[H.H. Katz Lectures to a Class of Neophyte Draftsmen]
Image of H.H. Katz instructing an Engineering, Science and Management War Training drafting course to neophyte draftsmen. The classroom is occupied by several women sitting at drafting tables.
[Seven Brothers in Cargo Plane]
Image of the seven Meuir brothers sticking their heads out of a cargo plane.
[Female Workers with Lunches]
Image of a birds eye view of two women holding their lunch on sectionalized plates. The women are war workers at Convair's Fort Worth division.
[Merle Berrett Filing Messages Received on the Teletype]
Image of Merle Berrett filing messages received on the teletype.
[Female Workers with Lunches]
Image of a birds eye view of two women holding their lunch on sectionalized plates. The women are war workers at Convair's Fort Worth division.
[M. Hodges Operating a Pneumatic Rivet Gun]
Image of M. Hodges operating a pneumatic rivet gun.
[L.D Bray and R.J. Nugent Operating Rivet Guns]
Image of L.D. Bray and R.J. Nugent operating rivet guns.
[Two Working Women]
Image of Rosemary Johnson and Margie Dowdy working together.
[Betty Atchison Gives L. Boynton His Check]
Image of Betty Atchison giving L. Boynton his check. Atchison works in timekeeping and Boynton works in final assembly.
[Manuel S. Lopez Working]
Image of Manuel S. Lopez working at the Fort Worth Division under the International Training Administration.
[Manuel S. Lopez Working]
Image of Manuel S. Lopez working at the Fort Worth Division under the International Training Administration.
[Two Working Women]
Image of Beatrice Shannon and Pat Teague working together. The women are lying on top of a table and are working with blue prints.
[Industrial Relations Department During a Flood]
Image of Dorothy Bearden in the Industrial Relations Department during a flood; water appears to be coming up through a large manhole cover by the desk. Bearden is sitting at a desk, holding an umbrella above her head.
[Corporal Laurabelle Boyd Working as a Control Tower Operator]
Image of Corporal Laurabelle Boyd working as a control tower operator. She is looking out of a window as she talks into a communications device.
[Three Men Working Together]
Image of three men performing heavy duty work. They are wearing protective face masks.
[Training Girls in Classroom]
Image of several women waiting in a classroom for a training session.
[Man Working]
Image of A.R.T. Blocker performing heavy duty work. He is wearing a protective face mask.
[Betty Moore with Machinery]
Image of Betty Moore next to a machine. The woman is wearing a protective face mask and there is a sign on the machine that reads, "STEEL ONLY".
[Two Women Performing Mechanical Work]
Image of Lee Bostick and Pauline Sanford performing mechanical work together. They are both in uniforms and wearing hairnets.
[Sally Sparkman Working with Machinery]
Image of Sally Sparkman working with a machine. She is wearing an apron and a protective mask.
[Four Men Working on the Nose of a Fuselage]
Image of four men performing mechanical work on the nose of a fuselage. The are: Dalton Brown, Frank Hobbs, L.E. Hamm, and I.B. Neel.
[Alice Marie Dorris Performing Mechanical Work]
Image of Alice Marie Dorris performing mechanical work.
[Two Women Performing Mechanical Work]
Image of "Kappy" Stokley and Edith Harris working with a large machine.
[Woman Working at Electrical Bench]
Image of Kathleen Talley sitting at a large table, working with electrical wires.
[Four Female Employees]
Image of four female employees kneeling down with their arms around each other. They are wearing matching uniforms and goggles. The women are: Frankie Soanes, Alice Marie Dorris, Ruth Carr, and Neoma Jones.
[Two Men Above the Propeller of an Aircraft]
Image of J.E. Barnett, left, and Bill Newman above the propeller of an aircraft.
[Two Women Performing Mechanical Work]
Image of Frankie Soanes and Neoma Jones performing mechanical work at the same station.
[Two Women Working on the Tail of a Fuselage]
Image of Rossie Byers and Mary Adami working on a part of the tail of a fuselage.
[Tail Fuselage Department]
Image of the Tail Fuselage Department. There are several tail fuselages being constructed inside of a warehouse.