SEPTEMBER 11
BEARING WITNESS TO HISTORY

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Object Number: 5 Pentagon office equipment and personal possessions
This collection of equipment and personal possessions recovered from the wreckage of the Pentagon includes a damaged laptop computer, singed postage stamps, a Bible, a desk ornament, and a calculator...
Object Number: 24 Pentagon photographs
This collection of approximately 1,600 images taken by Michael Garcia, Ssgt. Brian Boisvert, and Cpl. Jason Ingersoll show the Pentagon immediately after the September 11 attack and during the following...
 
Object Number: 15 Pentagon rescuer's name tag and medal
These artifacts from Lt. Comdr. David Tarantino include his uniform name tag and Navy/Marine Corps Medal.
Object Number: 16 Pentagon rescuer's uniform
This material from Capt. David Thomas, Pentagon survivor and rescuer, includes his uniform trousers, shirt, undershirt, and two quarters.
 
Object Number: 26 Pentagon rescuer's uniform and artifacts
This material from Officer Isaac Ho‘opi‘i includes his uniform (shirt with insignia, trousers, boots, and name tag), his shield, his dog Vito’s collar and shield, a K-9 patch, and a poster of Vito.
Object Number: 20 Pentagon rescuer's uniform and citation
This uniform was worn by Col. Mark Volk, Chief, Strategic Leadership division, Office of the Army, during the terrorist attack on the Pentagon
 
Object Number: 163 Personal Beeper
This beeper belonged to Goumatie Thackurdeen, an employee at Fiduciary Trust Corp, which was housed in the 97th floor of the South tower. The beeper was recovered from the debris of the World Trade Center....
Object Number: 22 Personal Beeper
A personal beeper that belonged to Jonathan Eric Briley, who worked at Windows on the World restaurant.
 
Object Number: 107 Photographs of New York memorials
This collection of twenty-eight photographs, taken by amateur photographer Doug Potoksky, documents the September 11 memorials and tributes in New York
Object Number: 152 Photographs of the search for missing people
This collection of five color photographs taken by Donald Lokuta documents New Yorkers searching for victims lost in the September 11 terrorist attacks
 

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