As the two women sit and do their work for the first time ever they look confused yet ready to show their representation in the work force.
Women in the work force did not just work in offices they worked in ammunition factories, tactile buildings, and even polling stations.
One big influence to the women in the 1920s was a fictional character called Rosie the Riveter, she was a feminist, hard working women, and fought for women's rights. She was an advocate for Equal pay, Equal rights and so much more.
VOTES FOR WOMEN
Women in the 1920s worked all over the U.S., the female representation was needed in the workforce. The women in the 20s paved the way for teens and adult women today.
The Women that worked did not always enjoy the jobs that they were doing, but their enjoyment was not important. The women just wanted to show that they are hard workers too, and are capable of anything a man is.
Women worked long hours sometimes with no breaks at hard labor jobs to provide for their familys and to escape from poverty.