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  “In Memoriam.”
ple lost. Columns that were once part of the North Tower’s façade from the 96th to 99th floors, “Impact Steel,” are twisted and man- gled where hijacked Flight 11 crashed into them. A truck from FDNY Ladder Company 3 had its front end crushed by falling debris.
Site-specific art installations include a quote from the Roman poet Virgil, its letters forged from remnant World Trade Center steel by blacksmith Tom Joyce: “No day shall erase you from the memory of time.”
When your tour ends, take a deep breath and enter “In Memoriam,” a room dedicated to the victims, including 441 first responders. Their pictures cover the walls—the sheer number of faces is overwhelming. A 9/11 timeline pres- ents an unflinching look at the day’s events. There are projections of the plane crashes and the towers falling, and voice-mail messages left for loved ones by the passengers on Flight 93. The photographs of people jumping or falling from the buildings are no less upsetting now than they were on that day.
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is not
                                                                  Many Nations Chester County
An exhibit celebrating
300 years of diversity ChesterCoHistorical.org
Tuesday – Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sponsored by
Dr. Mian Jan Scholarship Fund West Chester Downtown Foundation Thornbury Township, Delaware County, Historical Commission
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JIN LEE, COURTESY NATIONAL SEPTEMBER 11 MEMORIAL & MUSEUM



















































































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