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Women at war (Mrs. Smuda). She's a mother and a grandmother, she works at a U.S. arsenal tapering shells for fifty-millimeter anti-aircraft guns and she loves listening to news broadcasts and Bing Crosby. Eva Smuda, fifty-five, who came to America from Poland at the age of three, has one son in the Army, and a son, daughter and a son-in-law working with her at the Frankford Arsenal

Women at war (Mrs. Smuda). She's a mother and a grandmother, she works at a U.S. arsenal tapering shells for fifty-millimeter anti-aircraft guns and she loves listening to news broadcasts and Bing Crosby. Eva Smuda, fifty-five, who came to America from Poland at the age of three, has one son in the Army, and a son, daughter and a son-in-law working with her at the Frankford Arsenal

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01/01/1942
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Liberman, Howard, photographer
United States. Office of War Information.
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