Wednesday, November 15
7:00 pm, Community Room
One hundred years ago, a full generation before Rosie the Riveter, women rolled up their sleeves and entered war industries where they had never been welcome before. They ran powerful machinery, learned new skills, and faced the sullen hostility of the men in the shops. In this illustrated lecture, historian Carrie Brown reveals their courage and their hard work, and explores how these women helped shape the work that their more famous daughters would do in the next World War.
Sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council and hosted by Richmond Free Library. Free, open to the public, and accessible to those with disabilities. Contact the library at 434-3036 or email@example.com for more information.