Rosie Cap

Rosie The Riveter Cap



Rosie The Riveter Cap – Stonewashed denim font and bill. Red and blue with the iconic Rosie ‘I Can Do It’ pose. ‘Rosie the Riveter’ first appeared in a song written by Evans & Loeb in 1942. Inspiration for the song was Rosalind Walter, a wealthy heiress, who answered the nation’s call by working the night shift at an F4U Corsair manufacturing plant. However, it was Rose Will Monroe, a riveter working in a Michigan B-24 plant, who is most closely associated with the iconic Rosie. Norman Rockwell’s depiction of a brawny & defiant Rosie on the 1943 Memorial Day cover of The Saturday Evening Post which cemented Rosie’s role in American culture & history. Rosie the Riveter represents the strength, independence & patriotism of all American women throughout the 1940’s and continues to inspire today.

  • Adjustable
  • Beige mesh back

Additional information

Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 5 in


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