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NEW YORK CITY-After chief engineer John Augustus Roebling developed decompression sickness in 1872, it was his wife Emily who stepped in to oversee day-to-day construction on the Brooklyn Bridge until its completion in 1883. Notwithstanding that example, when Lenore Janis entered the construction business nearly a century later she found that women were not even allowed on the job site.

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