While the men were fighting in WW II, the "Rosies" worked in the factories making military equipment and weapons as well as civilian manufacturing. They filled in for the men and in many cases became the primary family earners while the men were away.
- This is a giclée of an original coloration used for determining the colors for the Great Wall of LA. It was used by the youth and artists in the LA River when painting the Great Wall over five summers from the late 1970s to early 1980s.
- Artist: Judith F. Baca
- Original Coloration Completed: 1981
- Page Size: 21.5" W x 16.25" H Image Size: 18" W x 12" H