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The woman who posed for the famous poster! ~~~~March is Women's History Month

The ‘we can do it’ lady…

People- Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was 17 years (in while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job. That image used by J. Howard Miller for the “We Can Do It!” poster, released during World War.

“An eighteen year old boy is carried into the shock ward, and he looks up at my trustingly asking, “How am I doing, nurse?” I just kiss his forehead and say, “You are doing just fine soldier.” He smiles sweetly and says, “I was just checking,” Then he dies. We all cry in private. But not in front of the boys. Never in front of the boys.” - June Wandrey, WWII in HD https://www.pinterest.com/atticatalley/history2/

“ “An eighteen year old boy is carried into the shock ward, and he looks up at my trustingly asking, “How am I doing, nurse?” I just kiss his forehead and say, “You are doing just fine soldier.” He smiles sweetly and.

Anne Dallas Dudley Birth: 1876 - Death: 1955 Born In: Tennessee, United States of America Died In: Tennessee, United States of America  In the final years of the struggle to pass the 19th Amendment to the Constitution giving women the right to vote, Anne Dudley was central to both the national campaign (serving as National Director) and the critical struggle in her home state of Tennessee, which was to become the 36th and final state to support women’s suffrage, thus making

Anne Dallas Dudley Birth: 1876 - Death: 1955 Born In: Tennessee, United States of America Died In: Tennessee, United States of America In the final years of the struggle to pass the 19th Amendment to the Constitution giving women the right to vote, Anne Dudley was central to both the national campaign (serving as National Director) and the critical struggle in her home state of Tennessee, which was to become the 36th and final state to support women’s suffrage, thus making

The famous Annie Oakley, first popular female sharpshooter and star of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show taken in 1922.  http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/photo/419431/annie-oakley-with-buffalo-bill-gun-family-photo

Annie Oakley with a gun Buffalo Bill gave her. Annie Oakley, born Phoebe Ann Mosey (August 1860 – November was an American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter. Oakley's amazing talent led to a starring role in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.

Mary Amanda Dixon Jones, 1828-1908.By removing the uterus and a seventeen-pound tumor from a patient in 1888, Dixon Jones became the first credited doctor to successfully perform a hysterectomy.

Mary Amanda Dixon Jones, removing the uterus and a seventeen-pound tumor from a patient in Dixon Jones became the first credited doctor to successfully perform a hysterectomy.

Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for President of the United States (and who had great taste in hats). Her running mate, interestingly enough, was Frederick Douglass, the first African-American to run for Vice President.

Victoria Claflin Woodhull, later Victoria Woodhull Martin was an American leader of the woman's suffrage movement. In Woodhull was the first female candidate for President of the United States.

Bessie Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history.

Bessie Coleman aka "Brave Bessie" or "Queen Bess”

Bessie Coleman, the daughter of a poor, southern, African American family, became one of the most famous women and African Americans in aviation history. "An awesome trajectory. What happened to Jessie?

Final Resting Place of General Lee's horse, Traveller. Just outside the lower level of Lee Chapel. Lexington Virginia....

Final Resting Place of General Lee's horse, Traveller. Just outside the lower level of Lee Chapel.

Civil War Photo Print Women Soldiers at Arlington

Civil War Photo Print Women & Soldiers at Arlington. That's some stovepipe hat he's got there.

Milena Jesenska,  Czech journalist, writer, editor and translator, who refused to abandon her Jewish friends and was deported with several of them to Ravensbruck concentration camp, where she died.

Milena Jesenska, Czech journalist, writer, editor and translator.

As a black blizzard rolls in to Ulysses, Kansas, two women and a girl pose for a photograph before taking shelter.

“Watching a Dust Storm’s Approach,” as a black blizzard rolls in to Ulysses, Kansas, two women and a girl pose for a photograph before taking shelter.

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