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The poster was sponsored by The Women's Land Army of the U.S. Crop Corps. The United States Government used the poster to recruit pickers to harvest the crops during the World War II years.

The county experimental hop yard recruited Oregon State College coeds for a quick job of hoeing.

Miss Florence L. Hall of Washington, D.C., chief of the Women's Land Army (left) visits the La Follette peach orchards in Marion county, Oregon. Accompanying her are Mrs. Mabel Mack, Women's Land Army supervisor in Oregon, and Mrs. Gladys Turnbull of…

Mabel and Jessie Blackwell "wigwaming" fibre flax at the Benton County Flax Growers Cooperative near Monroe.

Shirley Christy is part of the OSC Dairy Maids program.

Display was set up to promote the Women's Land Army that would help with the bean harvest.

OSC Co-eds awaiting trucks which will take them to Benton and Linn County fields to how and weed hops and beets.

Miss Florence L. Hall, chief of the Women's Land Army, puts on her gloves and learns to pick hops.

Oregon State College co-eds are ready for the Benton and Linn County fields.