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A report that appeared on the 1943 pages of CLICK MAGAZINE regarding the large number of American women who had stepped forward to see to it that the American railroads continued to deliver the goods during the Second World War:

"Nearly 100,000 women, from messengers aged 16 to seasoned railroaders of 55 to 65, are keeping America's wartime trains rolling. So well do they handle their jobs that the railroad companies, once opposed to hiring any women, are adding others as fast as they can get them..."

     


Women Worked the Railroads (Click Magazine, 1943)

Women Worked the Railroads (Click Magazine, 1943)

Women Worked the Railroads (Click Magazine, 1943)

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