We Can Do It!
Created by J. Howard Miller
"Of all the images of working women during World
War II, the image of women in factories predominates. Rosie the Riveter--the
strong, competent woman dressed in overalls and bandanna--was introduced
as a symbol of patriotic womanhood."
"Rosie The Riveter"
Words and Music by Redd Evans & John Jacob Loeb. Paramount Music Corporation, New York, NY, 1942.
From the Popular American Sheet Music Collection, Department of Special Collections, Miller Nichols Library.
Voices of World War II: Experiences From the Front and at Home
|A project in partnership with the Truman
Presidential Museum and Library.
Audio from the collections of the Marr Sound Archives - Department of Special Collections.
Miller Nichols Library - University of Missouri - Kansas City.
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