Rosie the Riveter We Can Do It


The now famous "We Can Do It!" war time poster. Originally published in 1943 for internal use to motivate female workers at Westinghouse, it rocketed to popularity in the 1980s. The woman in the poster was most likely modeled after a series of nationally distributed images of Naomi Parker, a 20 year old worker at Naval Air Station, Alameda (San Francisco) from 1942. This would morph into the persona of "Rosie the Riveter" that we all know today. 

Created/Published: 1943

Dimensions (Width x Height): 17x22.

Our printing is archive-quality.

Each map is printed using the finest materials and methods. Your map will be handled with white gloves from start to finish. We use the Giclee printing method on the finest paper, which produces a clear, extremely detailed, durable map that is perfect to be proudly displayed in your home or office.

About our framing:

  • Non-glare acrylic to reduce reflection
  • Dry mount to ensure your map is smooth and without wrinkles
  • 1.5 inch, 4-ply white mat to accentuate your map 
  • Black, walnut brown, and natural frame color options to match any room
  • Wire mounting
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