SEPTEMBER 11
BEARING WITNESS TO HISTORY

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September 11 commemorative coins
This collection of commemorative material includes two cased medallions and a lapel pin
Shanksville photographs
This collection of fourteen images of the Shanksville, Pennsylvania, crash site of United Airlines Flight 93 was taken by Tim Shaffer of Reuters
 
Stairwell sign from the World Trade Center
This damaged floor marker, labeled “Stairwell C, Floor 102,” was recovered from the debris of the World Trade Center.
Stars-and-stripes tattoos
These three red, white, and blue crystal temporary tattoos in patriotic motifs (flag, heart, and abstract designs) were made by Swarovski of Austria
 
Staten Island recovery site material
This rake, pitchfork, detective’s windbreaker, and sign were used at the Staten Island recovery site, also known as Fresh Kills Landfill
Survivor's photographs of World Trade Center
This collection of 110 images was taken inside and outside the World Trade Center on September 11 by John Labriola, amateur photographer and independent contractor with the Port Authority of New York and...
 
Tin with paper money and coins
This burned paper currency and tin of melted coins were recovered from the damaged offices in the Pentagon.
Video camera
Jules Naudet used this camera to film the only known footage of the first airplane hitting the north tower of the World Trade Center, and the activity of the firefighters' command center inside the lobby...
 
Wallet
This wallet belonged to Jan Maciejewski, a Polish immigrant who was a waiter at Windows on the World, located in the 107th floor of the North Tower.
Wallet recovered from World Trade Center
This wallet complete with its contents was found in the debris pile of the World Trade Center.
 

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