I used "some" instead of "two" because these are representative of entire generations of women. The first is a magazine dated 1918, women of the Great War generation. The second is the famous Rosie the Riveter representing the World War II generation. My grandmother made wings for B-25's at a plant in St. Paul.
P.S. After reading RNC's comment concerning gramma giving wings to so many I was reminded of the James Magee poem "High Flight". Magee was an American volunteer flying with the Royal Canadian Air Force defending England in WWII before the US entered the war. He composed his poem after testing a new Spitfire Mark V to 30,000 feet. Part of the poem was quoted by President Reagan while memorializing the Challenger astronauts.
Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth,
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;
. . .
Put out my hand, and touched the face of God.