"Rosie", with lunch pail in hand, appears to be leaving for the Culver Airplane factory. "Goodbye, pretty stove and sparkling kitchen. You think Jack and I don't appreciate you but we do! There'll come a day when he'll be back at his old job and I'll be here all day making a home for him. Then you'll get a work-out . . . and I do mean work-out!" But then that was the 1940s and war time! Culver had a wartime job - under contract to the U. S. Army Air Corps and Navy. In the ad, they were highlighting their new Victory Model Culver to be focused on after the war. Double matted - 14" x 11".