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In the early period of The Woman Engineer, title pages or early content pages would boast a photo of women engineers in action, or facilities that allowed women to apprentice or work.  The “Notes” pages (seen here on pp. 32-33) would encompass a…


A typical cover for Woman Engineer in the early period, featuring a photo of a female person at work in her trade - in this case, of high-intensive factory work with a turret lathe.

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An opening comment advocating for equality of training and working opportunities for women in engineering (and elsewhere) on the assumption that nature, not government regulation, will provide the ultimate test of competency for a given task.
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