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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.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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 with Tool Box]
Image of Winnell Stark Bennett walking through a doorway with a tool box in hand.
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.
[Convair Loft Work Shop]
Image of Convair's loft work shop showing men and women doing experimental research on giant cargo and bombing planes.
[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.
[Seven Brothers in Cargo Plane]
Image of the seven Meuir brothers sticking their heads out of a cargo plane.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.