Alison and Larry Muller

Location of Interview
Collection Name

Long Island Traditions - Climate Change and Sandy

Description

This project looks at how Superstorm Sandy affected the seafaring community, its residents, and its maritime traditions in Long Island, New York.  The project was funded by NOAA/Preserve American Grant.

Interviewer
Date of Interview
12-14-2015
Transcribers

Fantastic Transcripts
Molly Graham

Audio
Supplemental Material
Biographical Sketch

"We lost everything in a matter of hours."

In this interview, Alison and Larry Muller describe the challenges they faced as fish distributors and buyers after Superstorm Sandy.  They also describe the storm's effect on their bay house and their business.


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