During the Second World War, a real personification of the Home Front in the United States became Rosie The Riveter — a character in the 1943 painting of the same name by the artist Norman Rockwell. A young woman of a powerful figure in a bright scarf and blue overalls became the most striking symbol of American propaganda, radiating confidence in her abilities. Although, Rosie had, shall we say, an older sister.
In 1942, the US Public Health Service commissioned artist Kula Robbins to create a series of «Jenny on the Job» posters, dedicated to the health and safety at work of industrial workers. The main figure of the posters, released in millions of copies, was the blonde, blue-eyed Jenny, who set an example for other women coming to the machine to replace men drafted into the army.