Rosie We Can Do It Water Bottle
- 24 oz. stainless steel water bottle
- Comes with a threaded lid to makes it easy to seal
- Wide mouth opening
- Not for microwave use
- Hand wash only
- Do not use bleach.
You've got that Rosie "We Can Do It!" attitude. You work hard and you play hard. Staying hydrated is essential to your performance, and this Rosie water bottle will help guarantee that you do.
During World War I, many branches of the federal government used posters to urge Americans to support the war effort. In a time without radio, TV, or the Internet, posters were an inexpensive way to deliver powerful messages to millions of people. The government hired well-known artists to create designs that unified the American people. Posters continued to be published during World War II, and new posters are still in production. The National Archives holds close to 20,000 posters produced by military and civilian agencies.
In 1942, Pittsburgh artist J. Howard Miller was hired by the Westinghouse Company's War Production Coordinating Committee to create a series of posters for the war effort. One became the famous "We Can Do It!" image that in later years would become known as "Rosie the Riveter," although it was never given this title during the war.