Katie Heddle & Daughter, Yankee Air Force Museum


Katie Heddle & Daughter, Yankee Air Force Museum

Katie Heddle with daughter Leia posing under the wing of the Yankee Lady.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Rosie the Riveters Gather For A Photo


Rosie the Riveters Gather For A Photo

All the Rosie’s are gathered for the official record photo.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Four Generations: Billie Sturgill, Margaret Smith, Charlotte Scharf, and Staci Aviles


Four Generations: Billie Sturgill, Margaret Smith, Charlotte Scharf, and Staci Aviles

Four generations of Rosie’s starting at the top with Billie Sturgill, her mother Margaret Smith, her granddaughter Charlotte Scharf and her daughter Staci Aviles.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Liz Fancett & Daughters


Liz Fancett & Daughters

Ypsilantian Liz Fancett with her daughters Maddie and Nina.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Arya Hasey


Arya Hasey

Posing with the “We Can Do It!” position is Arya Hasey.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Emily Gruenke, Yankee Air Museum


Emily Gruenke, Yankee Air Museum

Emily Gruenke from Ypsilanti poses under the wing of one of the airplanes on display at the Yankee Air Museum.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Emma Hasey & Emily Gruenke Dressed As Rosie the Riveter


Emma Hasey & Emily Gruenke Dressed As Rosie the Riveter

Two young ladies from Ypsilanti that participated in breaking the Rosie Record. On the left is Emma Hasey and on the right is Emily Gruenke.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Rosie the Riveters Reunion, Willow Run Bomber Plant


Rosie the Riveters Reunion, Willow Run Bomber Plant

A rose was pinned on all of the original “Rosie the Riveters” who attended the record breaking reunion.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Marge Walters, An Original “Rosie the Riveter”


Marge Walters, An Original “Rosie the Riveter”

Marge Walters was an original “Rosie the Riveter” during World War II.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



Reading Together, by John Nick Pappas, Sculptor


Reading Together, by John Nick Pappas, Sculptor

John Pappas sculpture “Reading Together” at the Ypsilanti District Library on Whittaker Road.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society



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