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Photograph of two Rosie the Riveters in red and white polkadot bandanas and blue shirts, facing eachother while flexing their muscles. These two have been composed on one image, taken from the "We Can Do It!" WWII poster. One is flipped so they are both facing eachother. The text and background has been removed so they are isolated on white. there is plenty of space availble for custom text to be added.
Black and white photo of the "We Can Do It!" World War II poster of Rosie the Riveter wearing a bandana and flexing her muscles, created by J. Howard Miller. This image has been altered to black and white.
Black and white photo of the "We Can Do It!" World War II poster of Rosie the Riveter wearing a bandana and flexing her muscles, created by J. Howard Miller. This image has been isolated on a white background, and altered to black and white. All text has been removed.
Black and white photograph of the "We Can Do It!" World War II poster of Rosie the Riveter wearing a bandana and flexing her muscles, created by J. Howard Miller. This image has been altered to black and white and the text has been removed so custom text can be added into the bubble or bottom section.
Black and white photo of the "We Can Do It!" World War II poster of Rosie the Riveter wearing a bandana and flexing her muscles, created by J. Howard Miller. This image has been altered to black and white, and reversed horizontally so Rosie is facing to the left instead of the traditional right. The text has been removed so custom text can be added into the bubble or bottom section.
Black and white stock photo of the "We Can Do It!" World War II poster of Rosie the Riveter wearing a bandana and flexing her muscles, created by J. Howard Miller. This image has been isolated on a white background, altered to black and white, and reversed horizontally so Rosie is facing to the left instead of the traditional right.
Photo of the "We Can Do It!" World War II poster of Rosie the Riveter wearing a red bandana and blue shirt, and flexing her muscles, created by J. Howard Miller. This image has been isolated on a white background and reversed horizontally so Rosie is facing to the left instead of the traditional right.
Vintage WW II military photograph of Rosie the Riveter wearing a red bandana and flexing her muscles, created by J. Howard Miller. This image has been cut out and is on a white background, the "We Can Do It!" text has been removed. Other versions are also available.
Vintage military photograph of a young caucasian woman in a red suit, wearing a tag that reads "Zone X Temporary 0000" putting finishing touches on the bombadier nose section of a B-17F navy bomber, Long Beach, California, c 1943. The text reads "The more women at work the sooner we win! Women are needed also as farm workers, typists, salespeople, waitresses, bus drivers, taxi drivers, timekeepers, elevator operators, messengers, laundresses, teachers, conductors - and in hundreds of other war jobs! See your local U.S. Employment Service."
Vintage photo of a woman in military uniform and a trench warfare scene with troops, carrying the U.S. flag and the flag of the Marines, with text reading "If you want to fight! Join the Marines" c 1915.
Vintage military photo of 2 men and a woman with a bandana over he hair, working on an American military airplane engine, with other planes in background. The text reads "The sky’s the limit! Keep buying war bonds" c 1944.
Photo of two real female riveters punching rivet holes in a frame member for a B-25 bomber, the plant of North American Aviation, Inc., California, 1942.
Real female riveter at work photo. Here a caucasian woman waring a bandana around her hair and a yellow shirt, operates a riveting machine at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant, joining sections of wing ribs to reinforce the inner wing assemblies of B-17F heavy bombers, Long Beach, California, 1942.
Photo of a real female riveter, Oyida Peaks, wearing a suite and operating a drill, riveting as part of her NYA training to become a mechanic at the Naval Air Base, Assembly and Repair Department, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942.
Photograph of a real female riveter, Virginia Davis, in the assembly and repair department of the Naval air base, working on an airplane while supervising Chas. Potter, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942.
Stock photograph of two real female riveters providing civil service while assempling an airplane in the Assembly and Repair Dept. at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942. These women were noted as Bowen and Olsen.
Photo of a real female riveter, Oyida Peaks, kneeling on an airplane wing, wearing a suite and operating a drill, riveting as part of her NYA training to become a mechanic at the Naval Air Base, Assembly and Repair Department, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942.
Photo of Virginia Davis a real female riveter in the assembly and repair department of the Naval air base, working on an airplane while supervising Chas. Potter, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942.
Photograph of a riveting team of one man and one woman working together on the cockpit shell of a B-25 bomber at the plant of North American Aviation, Inc., Inglewood, California, 1942. Here the woman is standing on the outside, wearing a red shirt and operating a drill while the man stands on the other side, applying pressure.
Stock photograph of two real female riveters providing civil service while assempling an airplane in the Assembly and Repair Dept. at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1942. These women were noted as Bowen and Olsen.
Real riveter assembling a bomber. Here a female is riveting an A-20 bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant at Long Beach, California, 1942.
Black and white stock photo of a group of children holding hands, playing ring around a rosie, and standing around a smaller child, Christmas tree in background, 1897.
Black and white stock photograph of a group of little children plaing ring around a rosie in the street, New York, 1909.
Sepia image of a group of little children plaing ring around a rosie in the street, New York, 1909.
Stock photograph of the famous World War II poster "We Can Do It!" showing Rosie the Riveter wearing a red bandana and flexing her muscles against a yellow background, created by J. Howard Miller. The woman that modeled for this image was actually named Geraldine Doyle and was a real riveter in the 1940s. The text has been removed so you can enter your own text and the image has also been flipped horizontally so Rosie is facing to the left instead of to the right.
Stock photograph of Rosie the Riveter merged with F-15 Eagles firing AIM-7 Sparrow missiles at a tactical air-launched decoy off the coast of Hawaii on July 16 during the Rim of the Pacific Exercise 2006. The F-15s are from the Hawaii Air National Guard’s 199th Fighter Squadron. U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Shane A. Cuomo.
Stock image of Rosie the Riveter flexing her muscles, merged with assault amphibious vehicles driven by U.S. Marines from the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit make their way towards the well deck of the amphibious dock landing ship USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) in the Gulf of Thailand May 17th 2006, while participating in Cobra Gold 2006, a combined annual joint training exercise between the United States, Thailand, Japan, Singapore, and Indonesia.
Stock photograph of a real rosie woman working on an airplane motor at North American Aviation, Inc., June of 1942. A Rosie the Riveter image is in the lower right corner, showing Rosie flexing her muscles.
Stock image of the famous World War II poster "We Can Do It!" showing Rosie the Riveter wearing a red bandana with red polka dots and flexing her muscles against a yellow background, created by J. Howard Miller. The text has been removed.
Vintage stock image of Uncle Sam merged with Rosie the riveter. Uncle Sam is pointing outwards, the famous image of the "I want you" posters. Rosie is flexing her muscles, just like the famous "We can do it" poster.
Stock photograph of the famous World War II poster "We Can Do It!" showing Rosie the Riveter wearing a red bandana and flexing her muscles against a yellow background, created by J. Howard Miller. The woman that modeled for this image was actually named Geraldine Doyle and was a real riveter in the 1940s.
Photo of a real rosie, Mrs. Irma Lee McElroy, painting the American insignia on airplane wings as a civil service employee at the Naval Air Base, Corpus Christi, Texas, August 1942.
Vintage image of Uncle Sam shaking hands with a woman holding a hoe.
Royalty-free stock photo of 3 women riveter workers installing fixtures and assemblies to a tail fuselage section of a B-17 bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Long Beach, California, October 1942.
Royalty-free stock photo of a female Lathe operator in a yello what, blue shirt and dirty white overalls, machining parts for transport planes at the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation plant, Fort Worth, Texas, October 1942.
Black and white royalty-free stock photo of a group of riveter women welders on their way to work at the Todd Erie Basin drydock in 1943. This image shows a group of women are wearing overalls and visors or hard hats while walking together beside a building.
Stock photo of riveters, a man and woman working on an airplane. Here you see the woman, Frances Eggleston, working with a man while removing paper from the pilots window and are framed by an oval section of the airplane at the Consolidated Aircraft Corp in Fort Worth, Texas, October 1942.
Royalty-free stock photo of a riveter woman in a red bandana and red checkered shirt, positioned between parts of a mother, working on the wiring of an airplane motor at the North American Aviation Inc. plant in California, June 1942.
Royalty-free stock photo of a female riveter working on a Consolidated bomber at Consolidated Aircraft Corp in Fort Worth, Texas, October 1942. Here she is using a tool while working on rivets.
Royalty-free stock photo of a young riveter woman in a red uniform, working a war job, standing in a glass house while applying the finishing touches on the bombadier nose section of a B-17F navy bomber, Long Beach, California, October 1942.
Stock photo of a riveter woman working a war job, framed by a circular opening of a cowling, her hands through the opening, working on the lower section. This is for one of the motors of a B-25 bomber, Inglewood, California, October 1942.


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