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FILE - In this undated file image is "Rosie the Riveter" dressed in overalls and bandanna, who was introduced as a symbol of patriotic women joining the work force during World War II. The Ypsilanti, Mich., factory where the real Rosie worked helping build World War II-era bombers is scheduled to be knocked down. A group trying to save the factory from demolition announced Friday, March 28, 2014, it has raised $6.5 million, but it needs $8 million and has until May 1 to make that happen. (AP Photo/File)

FILE - In this undated file image is "Rosie the Riveter" dressed in overalls and bandanna, who was introduced as a symbol of patriotic women joining the work force during World War II. The Ypsilanti, Mich., factory where the real Rosie worked helping build World War II-era bombers is scheduled to be knocked down. A group trying to save the factory from demolition announced Friday, March 28, 2014, it has raised $6.5 million, but it needs $8 million and has until May 1 to make that happen. (AP Photo/File)

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