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Lest We Forget
The worst terrorist attack in America - 15 years ago.
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We Will Never Forget
Firefighters on 9/11 who were willing to give their lives to save others' are true heroes for me.
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Army Corps Of Engineers
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York contains items found at Ground Zero, from victims’ keys to firefighters’ gear.
Twin Towers Collapse
Flight 175 crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Centre at 9:03 am from New York on September 11th 2001
Vicki M. at W.T.C. in June, 1988.
Brian Mullin: Wht-Horsy Pub'ls.
Damaged fire truck at corner of W Broadway and Vesey. pedestrian bridge visible on 11 SEP 2001. EXIF info., scanned, Friday, June 6, 2003, 5:21:38 PM
*A CROSS FOUND IN THE RUBBLE...
Day Of Infamy
Tribute In Light
Top Of The World
A collection of photos of the World Trade Center
Day And Time
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July 4th 1976, New York City. Photo by Dennis John Ferado.
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David Handschuh 911 South Tower - It's hard for me to classify this under history since this was an event I was alive for, but it definitely is.
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Remembering 9/11 With Indelible Pictures
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