The American Rosie The Riveter Association main purpose is to recognize and preserve the history and legacy of working/volunteer women, during World War II.


Honoring Working Women Of
World War II Founded 1998


The American Rosie The Riveter Association's main purpose is to recognize and preserve the history and legacy of working women, including volunteer women, during World War II; to promote cooperation and fellowship among such members and their descendants; and to further the advancement of patriotic ideals, excellence In the work place, and loyalty to the United States of America. For more information contact us here.


SAVE the DATE! Richmond, CA has been selected as the site for the 2015 convention. Click here for details, registration and hotel reservations.


We had a great time in Omaha! Click here and also check Facebook for 2014 photos.


Did you watch The Today Show on December 24? If you missed Anne Curry’s interview of West Virginia Rosies on that show, you can watch it by clicking here. It is easy to find the video on this website and what a wonderful showing of what our Rosies did in the 1940’s to help our troops win World War II and preserve our American freedoms.

ARRA published their fifth book, Rosie the Riveter Stories – The Legacy Lives On! in November, 2012. It can be ordered at ARRA Rosie Shoppe, 950 Irving St., Vandergrift, PA 15690
Click here to see other products available from the Rosie Shoppe.

Dr. Frances Tunnell Carter

Our Greetings From The National Office

Our Founding President

Dr. Frances Tunnell Carter founded ARRA and served as the first president. In 2003 she became the first "past president" of our organization and became the first Executive Director of ARRA.



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