Situated in the Marina Bay section of Richmond, California, the historical park includes a small museum that is very informative.
(www.rosietheriveter.org/). I've been a resident of Richmond for over 30 years and lived for a time in Atchison Village, which was built for shipyard workers during World War II, and then became a housing co-op, so have met many old-timers who were involved in the Kaiser Shipyards shipbuilding. The museum ties all the loose ends together and brings Richmond's wartime accomplishments to light. It's not a fancy place, or a large one, but it's packed with history and helpful guides.
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