Good work sister! : women shipyard workers of World War II, an oral history : a Northwest Women's History Project production
- Additional Titles:
- Women shipyard workers of World War II, an oral history
- Portland, Or. : Northwest Women's History Project, 
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet (6 unnumbered pages) : portraits (lithographs) ; 22 x 28 cm, folded to 22 x 10 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Northwest Women's History Project
- This trifold brochure advertises the video and slide-tape production in which women tell of their personal experiences in the shipyard trades at Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington, and the difficulties confronting them when they took over jobs during World War II that had traditionally been exclusively male, while also coping with their continuing domestic work. The brochure consists of a description of the contents of the video/slides, three testimonials, three quotes from women shipyard workers, four black-and-white lithographed photos of women shipyard workers, and an order form.
- Printed on both sides of the sheet. and Cover title.
- Source of Acquisition:
- Harrisburg copy: Gift and purchase of Alice Marshall; 1991.
- Administrative History:
- The Northwest Women's History Project is a non-profit organization fostering research and dissemination of information concerning the history of women.
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