The model who posed for Norman Rockwell's famous 1943 Rosie the Riveter painting has died. Mary Doyle Keefe was 92 years old when she passed away at her home in Simsbury, Connecticut on Tuesday. Rosie the Riveter first appeared during World War II.
A finely restored version of J. Howard Miller's iconic Rosie the Riveter poster. Rosie proclaims, "We Can Do It!" Rosie the Riveter came to represent women working the production line on the home front during WWII.
WORKER She symbolized women's contribution to the war effort. Real-life Rosies filled factory positions while men were away (the number of American working women grew by 50 percent in four years), proving that we could excel at a "man's job.
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