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Phyllis Gould migrated to the Richmond from a logging community in Oregon, in 1938. After welding school and several vain attempts, Gould was one of the earliest women accepted into the boilermaker's union. As a journeywomn welder, she earned one dollar twenty-five cents an hour. This financial independence, in many ways contributed to her early divorce with her teenage husband.

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