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Biographies Contents 1. James Byrnes (government official) 2. Frank Capra (Hollywood producer)* 3. Elda Anderson (scientist) 4. Elmer Davis (head of Office of War Information) 5. Andrews Sisters (entertainers) 6. Donald W. Douglas (industrialist - aircraft manufacture) - sidebar on Philip G. Johnson 7. Maya Angelou (first black streetcar operator 8. Harold Ickes (Secretary of Interior and head of petroleum allocation) 9. Esther Bubley (photographer) 10. Henry Kaiser (industrialist - shipyards) 11. Fiorella LaGuardia (civil defense) 12. Vannevar Bush 13. Nancy Love (military pilot) 14. Bill Mauldin (cartoonist) - Thornton Oakley (war artist) sidebar 15. Betty Grable (entertainer) 16. Florence Hall (WLA) 17. Oveta Hobby (military leader) 18. Dorothy Lamour (actress) 19. Luisa Moreno (activist) 20. Mine Okubo (Japanese internee) 21. A. Philip Randolph (black activist) 22. Franklin Roosevelt (U.S. President)* 23. Eleanor Roosevelt (First Lady) 24. Norman Rockwell (artist) 25. Henry Stimson (military leader) 26. Peggy Terry ("Rosie the Riveter" war worker)
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: World War, 1939-1945 United States Juvenile literature, World War, 1939-1945 Biography Juvenile literature, United States Biography Juvenile literature