This now well-known poster was commissioned by the Westinghouse Company's War Production Coordination Committee, one of many such committees under the supervision of the War Production Board. Originally displayed only at the Westinghouse factories, the poster was intended to discourage employee strikes and absences.
The Smithsonian We Can Do It! metal sign features a distressed version of the Rosie the Riveter image. The sign measures 8" x 11.5".