Radio Plane Munitions Factory
Today, Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport.
Address 2627 North Hollywood Way, Burbank.
Property of the English actor Reginald Denny. He had invented guided planes destined to the antiaircraft exercises.
Ethel Mary Dougherty, Norma Jeane's mother-in-law, who worked there as a nurse, found a job for Norma Jeane at the beginning of 1944, while Jim Dougherty was gone for the South-East Asia with the Merchant Marine.
She worked 60 hours a week for 20$.
That's where she was noticed by the Army photographer David Conover, who came at the factory with his colleagues, to take pictures of the women working at the assembly position, and cheer the troops up :
She left the Radio Plane end of 1945, after having entered the Blue Book