Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Album Page - The Girls Locker Room

Here is an album of pictures that are related. They were all linked and fan-folded inside a little commercial cover.

The twelve photographs appear to have been taken in a women's locker and/or break room of a manufacturing plant.

They were all still connected at the perforations and are presented here in the same order that they appear in the strip.

Locker room series

The locker room
The locker room
Locker room series

The locker room
The locker room
Locker room series

Locker room series
Locker room series
The locker room

Locker room series
The locker room
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  1. A neat album. One of these gals must be the real Rosie the Riveter.

    1. Thanks Mike Brubaker. Yes, I think you are right. It seems the right era. I have searched the photographs for a clue as to where they were working but I have found nothing. There is a calendar in one shot but it isn't clear enough to help.

  2. This is a great find. A great collection. How wonderful the perforations have held. Rosie the Riveters.

    1. Thanks Tattered and Lost. Yes, collections like this don't turn up often. It must have been viewed once or twice and then put away safely to last this long. The cover-alls would indicate some sort of manufacturing plant but there is nothing in the photographs to indicate what they made.



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