Honor Students at South Kingston High School. "What Did You Do In the War, Grandma?": An Oral History of Rhode Island Women during the World War II". Providence, RI: 1995.
A collection of interviews of women who lived during the Forties. The women give personal accounts of what life was like for women in the home, and workforce.
"How War Drive Hits Home." Business Week (March 10, 1945): 15-16. Analyzes how war affected the home front especially the civilian economy.
Pilson, Brenda (1997). "Women in the Skies". Creative Classroom. March/April 1997, 56-58.
A dramatic poem that celebrates 13 women aviators who overcame obstacles and flew to the top of their dreams.
"Women's Place." Business Week (May 16, 1942): 20-22.
Shows the results of a survey that indicated positive and negative effects of women joining the workforce.
"Women at Work." Newsweek (January 15, 1942): 36.
Gives estimations, according to the Women' s Bureau of the U. S. Department of Labor, of the total number of women employed in Arms Plants at the end of 1941.
"Women for War." Business Week (August 15, 1942): 24.
The U. S. Employment Service studied registration cards belonging to women who were interested in working during the war. The results indicated who would qualify for vocational training.