GIRLS AT WORK IN AVIATION by Dickey Meyer
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GIRLS AT WORK IN AVIATION

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Excellent vocational material for High School age and up, written by a flier, a journalist, a photographer, who speaks authoritatively from practical knowledge. The first part of the book traces a medium bomber step by step, showing what women did and how. The WAFS, their duties, training, experience. Teaching jobs in aviation -- training and performance. Weatherwomen, radio technicians, mechanics, factory hands, needleworkers, inspectors, engineers, designers, draftswomen -- all part of the unlimited range of openings for women with proper characteristics and training in this field that will have no sex limitations after the war.

Pub Date: Oct. 22nd, 1943
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran