posted on Jan, 25 2012 @ 10:15 PM
Young Women’s Republican Club of Milford set to have a night like no other in May of 1941, indulging in traditionally male pastimes like cigar
smoking, poker playing, and wrestling. The night confused the majority of Milford’s male population.Their evening of fun and frivolity – complete
with comedic wrestling matches, song and dance numbers, and poker games - came only months before the deadly attack on Pearl Harbour on December 7,
1941, when the U.S. was thrown into war and women’s roles changed dramatically.
These photos are brilliant , a visual time capsule