SEPTEMBER 11
BEARING WITNESS TO HISTORY

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Object Number: 160 Flight 93 crew material
This collection of flight attendant Lorraine Bay's artifacts recovered from the wreckage of United Airlines Flight 93 includes a personal logbook and an in-flight procedures manual
Object Number: 2 Fragment of the Pentagon facade
This piece of scorched limestone facade was recovered from the wreckage of the Pentagon.
 
Object Number: 82 Grill scraper
This grill scraper was used by kitchen worker Leocio Luis-Perguero at the Windows on the World restaurant in the World Trade Center
Object Number: 9 ID card and name tag
This name tag was worn by Captain Kathy Mazza, as she led rescue efforts on September 11, 2001
 
Object Number: 8 ID Cards
Three identification cards belonging to Dr. Paul Wesley Ambrose, they were recovered with his remains in the Pentagon debris.
Object Number: 142 Iron worker’s hard hat
This hard hat was worn by an iron worker from Chicago, Illinois, who came to New York to help clear the debris of the World Trade Center
 
Object Number: 39 Ironworker's tools
This tool belt with tools, hard hat, face shield, respirator, cutting torch, leathers, boots, gloves, and two debris buckets belonged to ironworker Jim Connor.
Object Number: 52 K-9 search equipment
New York State Trooper Rick Scranton and his search dog Theo used this equipment to find victims of the World Trade Center collapse.
 
Object Number: 129 Map to the Flight 93 crash site
This directional flyer, handed out by tollbooth operators at the Somerset exit on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, gives driving instructions to the United Airlines Flight 93 crash site and temporary memorial...
Object Number: 111 Maps of lower Manhattan
These geographic information system (GIS) maps are part of a computerized project mapping the city’s infrastructure for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection.
 

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