SEPTEMBER 11
BEARING WITNESS TO HISTORY

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Object Number: 37 PASS Alarm
The Personal Alert Safety System (PASS) alarm was part of a Scott Pak breathing apparatus that was used in the recovery efforts after September 11, 2001.
Object Number: 99 Patriotic ribbon
This simple red, white, and blue ribbon pin was made by Annette Harris of Virginia Beach, Virginia, after September 11
 
Object Number: 96 Patriotic tie tack
This heart-shaped tie tack, designed by Judith Jack and sold through the Nordstrom department store chain, is enameled red, white, and blue, to resemble an American flag.
Object Number: 116 Patriotic T-shirts
These two T-shirts are examples of commemorative clothing sold on the streets of New York directly after the September 11 attacks
 
Object Number: 3 Pentagon column reinforcement bar
This piece of coiled reinforcement bar from a concrete building column was recovered from the wreckage of the Pentagon.
Object Number: 25 Pentagon fire truck panel
This panel was part of Foam Truck 161 operated by the Fort Myer Fire and Emergency Services Division, Pentagon Station
 
Object Number: 18 Pentagon firefighter’s gear
Pentagon firefighter Mark Skipper wore this bunker gear (firefighting jacket and pants) and casual shirt and pants on September 11.
Object Number: 133 Pentagon first response photographs
These photographs, taken by firefighter Jon Culberson, are some of the first images of the Pentagon shortly after the terrorist attack
 
Object Number: 19 Pentagon helipad clock
This Skilcraft electric wall clock, which hung in the Pentagon helipad fire station, was knocked to the ground by the impact of American Airlines flight 77 crashing into the Pentagon.
Object Number: 14 Pentagon locator map
This Pentagon corridor map hung on the second floor of the innermost A ring, close to where the hijacked airplane hit the building. Had the fuselage of American Airlines flight 77 penetrated further...
 

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