Women At Work in 1917.

Original caption: “Women are shown preparing to deliver various government packages.
They are members of the National League for Women’s Service, which is proving of great assistance to Uncle Sam in carrying on the Great War.
Women are employed as drivers, ambulance drivers, messengers, etc.
Photo: Captain A.B. Bayle is shown cranking the car, prior to making her rounds in New York.
Image Credit: Photograph by Library of Congress / Bettmann / Getty
Source: Women At Work in 1917 – The Atlantic

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