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Railroad Wiper at Roundhouse, Iowa

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Railroad Wiper at Roundhouse, Iowa

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C. & N.W. R.R., wiper worker at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa. Mrs. Dorothy Lucke is photographed by Jack Delano in April of 1943 on 4x5 color transparency film for the FSA. Wipers, railroad workers that cleaned large steam engines of the day, were jobs usually held by men but during WWII women go the chance to do jobs traditionally held by men.

All prints are made with the finest quality Digital Giclée printing using 12 color archival inks. We have chosen a 300gsm Rag Matt finish paper with no "Optical Brightners" to extend the life of your print.

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Railroad Wiper at Roundhouse, Iowa

C. & N.W. R.R., wiper worker at the roundhouse, Clinton, Iowa. Mrs. Dorothy Lucke is photographed by Jack Delano in April of 1943 on 4x5 color transparency film for the FSA. Wipers, railroad workers that cleaned large steam engines of the day, were jobs usually held by men but during WWII women go the chance to do jobs traditionally held by men.

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