Barbara Koch Lindamood Interview, 20 September 2011

Barbara Koch Lindamood was a flight attendant for Eastern for one year in the 1960s. She donated her uniform, notes, and other related materials to the International Women's Air and Space Museum. In this interview she talks about the materials she is donating and about her time in flight school and as a stewardess.

Participants: Lindamood, Barbara Koch (interviewee) / Takacs, Cris (interviewer)
Collection: International Women’s Air and Space Museum
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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