SEPTEMBER 11
BEARING WITNESS TO HISTORY

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Object Number: 108 Photographs of World Trade Center attack and aftermath
This collection of twenty-five photographs taken by amateur photographer Seymour Levy documents the World Trade Center attack and aftermath
Object Number: 151 Photographs of World Trade Center site
This collection of ten color photographs taken by Christophe Agou documents the World Trade Center site directly after the collapse
 
Object Number: 100 Pin comemmorating attack sites
This tie tack, in the shape of a pentagon with an image of the World Trade Center, was manufactured by R&N Jewelers of Margate, Florida, and was sold through the internet
Object Number: 31 Plaque and flags from Major General's office
This framed presentation plaque and two pole-mounted flags were recovered from the Pentagon office of Maj. Gen. John Wood
 
Object Number: 141 Port Authority identification card
This identification card was carried by Lt. Robert Cirri, a Port Authority Police officer, who died in the World Trade Center attack
Object Number: 51 Port Authority police memorial
This rescue helmet and vest were part of the Port Authority of New Jersey and New York Police Department memorial at the site of the World Trade Center.
 
Object Number: 27 Portrait of Isaac Ho‘opi‘i
Fashion photographer Richard Avedon took this photograph of Isaac Ho‘opi‘i.
Object Number: 150 Presidential materials
This collection of material from the White House includes a program from the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance and a speech delivered by President George W. Bush to a joint session of Congress
 
Object Number: 36 Purse and Wallet
This purse belonged to Lorraine Lee, who worked as an administrative assistant at Aon Risk Services, located on the 101st floor of the South Tower. The purse and its contents, including keys and 29 cards,...
Object Number: 97 Safety-pin flag jewelry
These two beaded American flag pins were made soon after September 11
 

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