Art Presentation - Rosie the Riveter:Women Working During WWII By Ross Balbalosa Riebee Magno Kimberly De Silva Rosie the Riveter by Norman Rockwell

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%iography born in 1ew York ))ity in °#$± become as an art director in %oy’s RliLfKe early in his career ²teen years³ )our )rKeKeJdoSms paintings Rockwell worked with 9GturJdGy (vKeninMg 6ost magazine for ±" years then moved to /ooQk magazine /n °$"´µ he build a trust in Stockbridgeµ 0'' that become 1orman Rockwell 0useum
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Subject and Purpose Subject “Rosie the Riveter” is the name of a fictional character who came to symbolize real women who filled ''merica’s factoriesµ munition plantsµ and shipyards in World War //¶ 0ale workforce was depleted to fill the ranks of the U¶S¶ military -¶ Walter Thompson· advertising agency which helped the U¶S¶ government spread campaigns to encourage women to join the workforce¶ 3urpose To encourage women to join the workforce¶ Rosie became an ''merican image in the fight to broaden women’s civil rights¶
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  • World War II, Rosie, Norman Rockwell, Riveter, The Saturday Evening Post, fictional character

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