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9/11 Museum to display LI ironworker's photos

Photos snapped by a Levittown ironworker on a

Photos snapped by a Levittown ironworker on a summer job in the 1970s are about to become a part of history. (Credit: Jamie Nelson)

Photos snapped by a Levittown ironworker on a summer job in the 1970s are about to become a part of history.

The Sept. 11 Museum will feature photos taken by Jamie Nelson, a Long Islander who worked on the World Trade Center as it was built.

Nelson was 18 when he got a job in the summer of 1970 working on what was then the world's tallest building. As the eldest son of seven children,...

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