Wisconsin Magazine of History

Letter from the Editor

Their resemblance is uncanny. On this issue’s cover, a World War I munitions worker from a United War Work Campaign poster; below, a real-life auto worker standing outside the Four Wheel Drive Company in Clintonville, Wisconsin. Both wear coveralls

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