SEPTEMBER 11
BEARING WITNESS TO HISTORY

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Clothing worn during World Trade Center escape
Maria Cecilia Benavente, an employee of Aon Risk Services, Inc., wore this clothing as she evacuated her 103rd-floor office in the south tower of the World Trade Center
Clothing worn in escape from the Pentagon
This material from Jerry Henson, Pentagon survivor, includes his tie, trousers, and ID badge.
 
Commemorative coin
This boxed commemorative coin (issued earlier as recognition for a job well done) was recovered from the damaged Pentagon office of Maj. Warren Hoy.
Commemorative engravings
This collection of two fine art engravings reflects one artist's emotional response to the events of September 11
 
Commemorative pamphlet
This commemorative pamphlet, published by the Christian Embassy, was distributed at Washington, D.C., subway stations
Community Remembrance Book
This book contains over 300 messages and drawings from the citizens of Mountain View, California
 
Concert for America
This collection of material documents the memorial Concert for America held in Washington, DC on September 9, 2002
Crushed file cabinet
This crushed file cabinet was recovered from the debris pile at the World Trade Center.
 
Department of Justice telephone
Ted Olson, U.S. solicitor general, received two calls on this office telephone from his wife, Barbara Olson, as her hijacked airplane headed toward the Pentagon.
Desk plaque and pennant from Pentagon
This soot-covered desktop nameplate and Army pennant were recovered from Holly Guzowski’s Pentagon office
 

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