Who says a woman can't weld metal, handle heavy labor, or repair vehicles? In this spread, we profiled several women who held traditionally male jobs. Martha Hoffman Henke was so good at welding, that she was able to demonstrate her skills to the American Welding Society and to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Helen Antonkova, a Siberian student of mining engineering at the University of Washington, could easily overhaul a mining drill. An Englishwoman known only as Mrs. Park of Garrard's Cross invented a portable telescopic nursery gate, which kept babies from wandering into dangerous areas of the home.
The list goes on, so read the full story in "Women Who Hold Men's Jobs"