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Posted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 1:49 pm

America has organizations for just about anything one can imagine. But a mailing came across this desk about a group we never heard of that is national in scope and historic in its nature. It is the American Rosie the Riveter Association.

The younger generation probably never heard of Rosie the Riveter. But anybody who was around during World War II heard of Rosie and the Greatest Generation of Women. Rosie was a symbol of the women who entered the work force during that war since the men were away fighting for our freedom. Women did the work of men during that era of 1940-45.

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