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Iron Maiden: 1930

Iron Maiden: 1930

May 1930. Washington, D.C. "American Road Builders Association -- earth-moving shovel." Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. View full size.

 

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A working girl

She appears to have a high quality name tag on her overcoat. Perhaps she worked for Centaur Tractor or Bucyrus-Erie.

[The badge is not in focus on the negative, alas. -tterrace]

Selling Shovels

with a Mona Lisa smile.

Her shoes

don't seem to fit the part. Bit too delicate for working on that machine for any length of time.

[At least she realizes the necessity of pearls. -tterrace]

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