Browse Exhibits (9 total)
Anthony Gardner lost his brother Harvey, who was working on the 83rd floor on One WTC on September 11th, 2001. He now dedicates his life's work to keeping the memories of those whose lives were lost, alive. In this interview Anthony speaks of his brother and what he is now doing in his memory and of those who also lost their lives that day.
He also acts as the Executive Director of the September 11th Educational Trust and has recently launched the September 11th Education Program, in which he hopes to teach children across the country about the attacks.
He is also the Executive Director of the New Jersey State Museum, where he developed the "Remember 9/11: Reflections and Memories from New Jersey" exhibit to help describe the state of New Jersey's impact from this tragedy.
The images from the exhibit communicate this story.
" Tragic, yet inspiring."
~Anthony Gardner in response to the terror attacks of September 11th and the magnitude of our country's patriotism following the events.
Written narratives from the survivors and rescue/recovery workers regarding the tragedy and events of September 11, 2001.
A digital archive that illustrates the life of John C. Willett with information provided by his parents.
A collection containing images of Lloyd Rosenberg, his wife Glenna, daughters Samantha, Kaylee, and Alyssa, as well as images of other documents related to his life. His family pictures include photographs of his wife and daughters after 9/11. They wanted to honor his legacy through the lives of his family.
Martha Reszke, age 56, worked as a budget analyst for the Department of Defense in the U.S. Army at the Pentagon. She lived in Stafford, Virginia, where she loved her family and gardening. This exhibit celebrates her life and memory.
This collection consists of student-decorated envelopes as part of the annual Remember September Mail Art project. These envelopes are from schools in three different states: New Jersey, Oklahoma, and Washington. They are all postmarked on September 11, 2004.
Celebrating the life of Steve Pollicino, as remembered by his family and friends.
This site is dedicated to the memory of Robert C. King, Jr.
Robert C. King, Jr. was a firefighter, craftsman and family man. He was born March 24, 1965, the youngest of four children and the only son of Audrey and Robert King, Sr. Family and friends called him "Bobby."
“He always came home happy,” said his wife, Theresa, referring to Bobby's nine years of service as a firefighter for Engine Co. 33 on Great Jones Street in lower Manhattan. He was often responsible for driving the fire truck to calls. He lived in Bellerose Terrace, Long Island with Theresa and their three children, Thomas, Elizabeth, and Stephen.
As a craftsman, woodworking was Bobby Jr.'s specialty. He was skilled in making everything from furniture, such as a 20-foot-long trestle table for the firehouse, to a small wooden truck for his nephew.
Family, co-workers and friends often mentioned his easy smile and generous heart. His mother Audrey said “His smile was just worth a million dollars.” Long Island newspaper, Newsday, put it simply in its profile of King, Jr., “He had a good life.”
Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York City, Washington DC, and Shanksville, PA, Americans have created expressions of their loss through text, music, theater, and sculpture.
What Remains” is a web-based collection of photographic images that document 9-11 physical memorials and tributes that incorporate actual physical remnants of the attacks. The images were taken by photographer Sheena Chi, and are included in a photo collection called “Sheena 2.0™: 9/11-index,” hosted on the Yahoo image management website Flickr
This site has been archived and curated by Robert F. Musco and Lauretta A. Lyons in partial completion of the requirements for ILS 652, a course in the MLS Program at Southern Connecticut State University.
The photographer, Sheena Chi, has granted limited rights to Voices of September 11th, an advocacy organization supporting those affected by the events of 9/11, to reproduce her work.