“Jenny on the Job” was a series of posters issued by the Public Health Services in 1943 created by artist Kula Robbins. This specific poster is titled “Jenny on the Job – Wears styles designed for victory”, depicting what women working in the factories and around machines were expected to wear. In today’s Pieces of History post, you can read more about how women’s pivotal role in the workforce during WWII greatly influence the fashion trends of the decade. National Archives Identifier: 514684.

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