Typical group of home workers crocheting on steps of 16 South Street in Somerville, Massachusetts in August 1912.
Crocheting on Steps, 1912
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- Women workers stain wings for a De Havilland DH-4, 1918 — Share the History Love... In the foreground of the photograph a group of women stain the wooden skeletons of the wings for a De Havilland DH-4 at the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company. At each station a group of women stain the wooden wings with an observer watching. In the background other employees are working and a [...]
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