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Reminiscences of Clista M. Goodheart-Doyle, 2003.

Creator: Goodheart-Doyle, Clista M., 1960-
Project: September 11, 2001 oral history collection.
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Phys. Desc. :transcript 59 pages sound recordings 2 MiniDiscs (120 min.)
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Biographical Note

Wife of ironworker

Scope and Contents

Background: born Brooklyn, husband ironworker; education: real estate license Kingsborough College; career: insurance premium collector, real estate broker, delegate for the New York District Council, full-time caregiver to daughter; 9/11: husband walked over 59th St. bridge, television coverage; post-9/11: decision to stop attending church, loss of friends and family members in towers, desire for 9/11 memorial, distrust of Iraq invasion and George W. Bush, concerns about suicide bombings in Israel; husband's experience: World Trade Center site work, watching collapse of building he helped construct, testing for lead in blood, media attraction to ironworkers, receiving gifts from all over country


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