Updated: Sept. 14, 2011 at 12:24 PM
New photos from WWII-era America
Photographers working for the Office of War Information focused on the industrial mobilization the U.S. leaped into during World War II, and now their work, typically seen in black and white,
has been released in full color courtesy of the Library of Congress, Farm Security / Office of War Information Collection
. Captions are as they were originally transcribed.
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