Rockwell Video Minute: Rosie the Riveter

Norman Rockwell honored the contributions of the millions of women working in defense plants during World War II with his iconic painting, Rosie the Riveter.

Rosie the Riveter

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Norman Rockwell honored the contributions of the millions of women working in defense plants during World War II with his iconic painting of Rosie the Riveter.

 

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  1. I am in my 80’s, from New England, and always a Saturday Evening Post Subscriber. . . Retired in North Idaho and loving the fact that I still can subscribe to the Saturday Evening Post. I can honestly say that the magazine still touches the moments of the yesteryear and the key moments of my life. Thank you for the genuine connections that bring the elements of those moments back to us. Norman Rockwell has given those of us that can’t remember very well the pictures that comment on your stories and the people that do a good job in re-telling them. Thanks! Tom

  2. Very interesting. Love this painting. Speaks volumes. Thank you for highlighting Rosie’s halo

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