qDrawing on heretofore unavailable archival materials and oral histories, Rosie the Rubber Worker offers readers a personal as well as scholarly account of the era and highlights the important role many women played in wartime production and how their work affected their lives during the war and after.q--Jacket.Inez Rogers needed the high wages paid at Goodrich to support her three daughters. ... Some worked in the sewing trades, such as Juail Frances, who transferred her sewing skills from the Marvin Interior Decorating Company, an Akron firm, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Rosie the Rubber Worker|
|Author||:||Kathleen L. Endres|
|Publisher||:||Kent State University Press - 2000-01|