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Women in industry. Tool  production. Inspecting thousands of drills each day, women employed by a large Midwest drill and tool company must learn to detect the tiniest flaw in these vital machine accessories. Republic Drill and Tool Company, Chicago, Illinois

Women in industry. Tool production. Inspecting thousands of drills each day, women employed by a large Midwest drill and tool company must learn to detect the tiniest flaw in these vital machine accessories. Republic Drill and Tool Company, Chicago, Illinois

 
 
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01/01/1942
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Rosener, Ann, photographer
United States. Office of War Information.
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chicago
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Library of Congress
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Exploremidwest drill

Exploreflaw

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