An icon of WWII and christened "Rosie the Riveter" its artist J. Howard Miller originally produced it for the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company in 1942. Its spirit of female patriotism was meant to encourage women to work in the defense industries in WWII. It is currently held at The National Museum of American History in Washington D.C.
Artist: J. Howard Miller
Location published: USA
Source: National Museum of American History
- 1943-02-15 Wartime propaganda poster "We Can Do It!" produced by J. Howard Miller and posted on the walls of Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company's plants in the Midwest