SEPTEMBER 11
BEARING WITNESS TO HISTORY

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Object Number: 118 Washington subway safety brochure
This brochure, titled “Dear Fellow Rider,” was distributed by the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority to make riders feel more secure while traveling on the subway system
Object Number: 44 Wild Blue Napkin
This cloth napkin came from Wild Blue, a steakhouse located in the North Tower of the World Trade Center
 
Object Number: 35 Window washer’s squeegee handle
Jan Demczur, a window washer at the World Trade Center, used this brass Ettore Corp. squeegee handle (now missing its brass channel and rubber blade) to escape from an elevator on September 11.
Object Number: 79 Windows on the World restaurant objects
Artifacts collected from Windows on the World, a well-known World Trade Center restaurant, include a bottle of champagne, dinner spoon, table lamp, champagne flute, soup bowl, salad plate, dessert plate,...
 
Object Number: 81 Windows on the World uniform
This uniform (skirt, jacket, and lapel pin) was worn by Beatriz Susana Genoves, a greeter for the Windows on the World restaurant on September 11.
Object Number: 104 World Trade Center aluminum
This crumpled piece of exterior sheathing from the World Trade Center was recovered from the debris pile
 
Object Number: 75 World Trade Center elevator artifacts
This elevator emergency-instruction plate and four elevator frame floor markers were recovered from the World Trade Center debris
Object Number: 42 World Trade Center office artifacts
This collection of office artifacts recovered from the World Trade Center debris pile includes a damaged pocket calculator, a fax machine, a surveillance camera, office keys, and a hole punch
 
Object Number: 34 World Trade Center steel
This collection of steel from the World Trade Center includes a heavily damaged column assembly from the outside column ring at the 70th floor of the south tower, and two short column stubs.
Object Number: 105 World Trade Center structural joint
This damaged structural bracket from the World Trade Center was recovered from the debris pile
 

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