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done on the battlefronts. In blue
denim shirts and rolled up jeans
many young women worked on
farms throughout the nation.
The group pictured on this page
were members of the Woman's
Land Army of the U. S. Crop Corps
during the summer of 1944. The
girls lived at Westfield, Connecti-
cut, in the heart of the tobacco
growing section, and worked under
the supervision of the Women's
Land Army and the University of
Connecticut. The members of the
camp were recruited by the local
Farm Labor Office from various
high schools throughout Schuylkill
The girls enjoyed various kinds
of recreation, including s e V e ral
conducted tours to spots of histori-
cal interest in the Hartford area.
Despite their inexperience, the
girls made an excellent record and
had the distinction of holding the
highest production record of any
similar camp in Connecticut.
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