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We Can Do It!  wikidata:Q2984429 
Author
J. Howard Miller (1918–2004), artist employed by Westinghouse, poster used by the War Production Co-ordinating Committee
We Can Do It!
Object type lithograph / poster
Description
العربية: "نستطيعُ فعل ذلك!" مُلصق دعائي صادر عن شركة وستينگهوس، غالبًا ما يتم ربطه بشخصيَّة روزي البرشاميَّة، وهي إحدى الرموز الأيقونيَّة الأمريكيَّة والغربيَّة وتُمثّل المرأة العاملة رُغم أنَّها لا تُمثِّلُ هذه الشخصيَّة الخياليَّة سالفة الذِكر. تظهرُ في الصورة جيرالدين دويل (1924-2010)، عندما كانت تبلغ من العمر 17 ربيعًا.
English: "We Can Do It!" poster for Westinghouse, closely associated with Rosie the Riveter, although not a depiction of the cultural icon itself. Model may be Geraldine Doyle (1924-2010) or Naomi Parker (1921-2018).
Español: "We Can Do It! ('¡Podemos hacerlo!')", cartel publicitario de Westinghouse, estrechamente relacionado con "Rosie the Riveter ('Rosie la remachadora')", aunque no pretende ser una representación de un icono cultural en sí mismo. La modelo podría ser Geraldine Doyle (1924-2010) o Naomi Parker (1921-2018).
Date 1942
Source/Photographer From scan of copy belonging to the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, retrieved from the website of the Virginia Historical Society.
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Notes[edit]

In the Winter 2004, Vol. 36, No. 4 of the National Archives magazine, Prologue, named this image one of its top ten requested images[1]

The other 10 were:

  • Iwo Jima flag raising

References[edit]

  1. By Ellen Fried (Winter 2004
    date QS:P,+2004-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P4241,Q40720553
    , Vol. 36, No. 4). From Pearl Harbor to Elvis: Images That Endure. Retrieved on 2007-01-02.

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