The image of a strapping white woman in a headscarf and overalls flexing her guns under the slogan "We Can Do It!" has become a cultural icon in this country since graphic artist J. Howard Miller created the poster bearing the figure in 1942. Strongly associated with an important piece of history, this picture of "Rosie the Riveter" represents the women who worked men's jobs during the Second World War, making ships, airplanes, and ammunition while the men... More >>>