The story of the real women who inspired the enduring icon”Rosie the Riveter” has been in the news this week. Naomi Parker Fraley passed away on Saturday at the age of 96. Her death has created interest in her story, and the other woman who innocently claimed her title after seeing herself in the image by J Howard Miller. Nineteen million women went to work during World War II. The poster was designed to be exhibited in the Westinghouse electric plants to boost morale and for a time it was only viewed within the factory. It wasn’t until years later that the poster became a cultural icon, re-imagined by many and printed on a host of products and in countless magazines. The big band…