America Before Pearl Harbor. When we think of America during the Great Depression, we often picture it in shades of grey. It was a grim era and nearly all of the photographs we see are in black and white. (But not all of them,)
Brigadier General David Gregg of the re-organized Federal Second Cavalry Division, likely taken shortly before the division suffered considerable losses at the hands of the Confederate Cavalry at the Battle of Aldie, Virginia Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2446391/Amazing-Civil-War-photographs-created-colorist-bring-eras-heroes-characters-life-color-time.html#ixzz2gyulUGII Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
More Rosie the Riveter by Ann Rosener: Negro women with no previous industrial experience are reconditioning used spark plugs in a large Midwest airplane plant. Despite their lack of technical knowledge, these women have become expert operators of the small testing machines. Melrose Park, Buick plant, 1942 July
15 Vivid Color Photos Show The Real-Life "Rosie The Riveter"
“War production workers at the Heil Company making gasoline trailer tanks for the U.S. Army Air Corps., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mrs. Angeline Kwint, age 45, an ex-housewife, checking the tire of trailers. Her husband and son are in the US Army.