Rosie the Riveter
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Westinghouse Poster that became synomous with Rosie the Riveter

Real Name


First Appearance

"We Can Do It" Poster (image)/"Rosie the Riveter" Song (term) (1942)

Created by

Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb (term)/J. Howard Miller(image)

Historical Background

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Rosie as she appeared in Green Hornet #16.

Rosie the Riveter is a cultural icon of the United States much like Uncle Sam. Rosie was a symbolic representation of and call to action for the American women who worked in factories during World War II. She is commonly used both as a feminist symbol and a symbol of women's economic power!

Golden Age Appearances

  • War Victory Comics #3
  • Green Hornet #16
  • All-New Comics #10
  • Super-Dooper Comics #8

See Also