Olivia Fite, left, with her mother Barbara Moore. Fite used to tell boys who were bullying her, "You better watch out. My mom's a bricklayer and she'll come beat you up if you mess with me.
Olivia Fite, left, with her mother Barbara Moore. Fite used to tell boys who were bullying her, "You better watch out. My mom's a bricklayer and she'll come beat you up if you mess with me.

When she started in 1973, Barbara Moore was the only woman bricklayer in Baltimore. With her daughter Olivia Fite, she talked about what that was like – and building some of the city's notable landmarks – as part of the StoryCorps project. Her story was featured recently on NPR. Read More