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"The WMC (War Manpower Commission) expects the first large influx of women war workers in Baltimore, Wichita, Detroit, Seattle, San Diego, Buffalo and the industrial sections of Connecticut. Women now are doing such jobs as operating drill presses and in all types of light sub-assembly and final assembly requiring the use of hand tools."

The article closes with a brief biographical sketch of Paul Vories McNutt (1891 - 1955), Director of the War Manpower Commission.

The Women's Labor Supply Service had a great deal to do with seeing to it that women participated in the war effort; more about this can be read here

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Women In The War Effort (PM Tabloid, 1942)

Women In The War Effort (PM Tabloid, 1942)

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