Anthony Gardner: Interview and Images of 9/11
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.
Chrisie Parker & Jenn Istas
In this section you will find photos of the artifacts contained within the 9/11 exhibit at the New Jersey State Museum.
In this section you will view an interview with Anthony Gardner, in which he shares his own personal connection to the events of September 11th, 2001.