"Motor Service Girls"
photo size: 8" x 10"
November 22, 1942
Motor Service Girls soon will be breaking the bottleneck of help shortage mobile dealers , under a new program of woman power training at the Opportunity School. Member of the Denver Automobile Dealers association training committee, shown here, will interview applicants for free training Monday at 7:15 p.m. at the school. Denver women of 18 to 44 are needed to qualify as automobile mechanic helpers to keep essential private transportation rolling for the duration. Girls who already have started this training are shown here "learning by doing"
Greasing, vital to car maintenance, is performed by two girl trainees for the D.A.D committee. Left to right: Roberta Weiss, Eileen Tavenner, Edwin Berst, instructor; Jack ..., Harry Leeman, George Irvin, L.I. Swayne, R.O. Graham and Tom Braden.
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