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Women at war (Mrs. Smuda). "The sweetest lady I ever met.. Dear Mother, I won't forget." So reads this pillow, sent Mrs. Smuda by her youngest son now at camp. But unlike Whistler's immortalized parent, the mother of the Smuda family spends little time in an armchair. She's much too busy working for Uncle Sam at the Frankford Arsenal and taking active care of her home and family after hours

Women at war (Mrs. Smuda). "The sweetest lady I ever met.. Dear Mother, I won't forget." So reads this pillow, sent Mrs. Smuda by her youngest son now at camp. But unlike Whistler's immortalized parent, the mother of the Smuda family spends little time in an armchair. She's much too busy working for Uncle Sam at the Frankford Arsenal and taking active care of her home and family after hours

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01/01/1942
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Liberman, Howard, photographer
United States. Office for Emergency Management.
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