Women of Courage: Jewish and Italian Immigrant Women in New York

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Appendix
Interview Transcript Key
The interview transcripts and other data that form the basis of this book are available for researchers to use at the Henry A. Murray Research Center of Radcliffe College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Users of the transcripts can use this key to locate original transcripts from the fictional names used in this book. The archived transcripts will be available by interview number only, in order to preserve interviewees' anonymity.
Antoinette Abbatista: 25003
Ann Abel: 15043
Mary Allessandrina: 25008
Emma Barruso: 25009
Zelda Basche: 15019
Rachel Belfer: 15018
Francesca Bello: 25020
Nina Benuto: 25030
Joan Berg: 15067
Miriam Biale: 15074
Maxine Blank: 15010
Edith Blum: 15006
Sarah Blumenthal: 15016
Gerra Bonaventure: 25036
Rose Bregman: 15011
Tessie Burdman: 15012
Geanina Carlucci: 25029
Donna Cassado: 25005
Freda Chrystel: 15029
Philamina Cocozelli: 25021
Beth Cohen: 15034
Simone Cohen: 15079
Adelina D'Amico: 25012
Pasqualina D'Amico: 25019
Carolina DeGennaro: 25024
Mollie Duboys: 15022
Rosa Fatino: 25023
Blanch Feierstein: 15025
Sylvia Feierstein: 15085
Mabel Fein: 15036
Raya Fellini: 25035
Mildred Findur: 17003
Esther Fischer: 15046
Rebecca Freidberg: 15026
Amy Friedman: 15038
Betty Friedman: 15007
Hannah Frohlich: 15097
Ethel Fuchs: 15009
Muriel Fuchs: 15073
Catherine Galante: 25001
Bonnie Gold: 15004
Deborah Goldberg: 15017
Rosa Trotta Grasso: 25025
Fanny Greenberg: 15008
Bessie Greenholtz: 15032
Rosa Greenstein: 15031

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