Left: A Y2K hat worn by Morgan Stanley Dean Witter staff, belonging to Nicholas Craig Lassman. Right: A portrait of Richard Cyril Rescorla. Collection 9/11 Memorial Museum.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum collection features artifacts and oral histories that relate to Y2K including remembrances of Richard Cyril Rescorla, whose preparations in advance of Y2K were credited with saving lives on 9/11.Read more
A portrait of Lindsay LeBorgne currently on view in the exhibition "Skywalkers." Tintype by Melissa Cacciola. Reproduction photography by by D. Primiano.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum’s newest special exhibition "Skywalkers: A Portrait of Mohawk Ironworkers at the World Trade Center, Tintype Photographs by Melissa Cacciola" traces the shared history between the Mohawk ironworking community and the World Trade Center site.Read more
New artifacts have rotated on view in the 9/11 Memorial Museum's historical exhibition.
Several new items have rotated on view in the 9/11 Memorial Museum’s historical exhibition. Artifacts in this exhibition tell the story of the events of the day as well as demonstrate the tasks undertaken in the immediate aftermath.Read more
Tintype photographs of Mohawk ironworkers, now on view in the Museum's South Tower Gallery. Photo by Jin Lee, 9/11 Memorial.
Artist Melissa Cacciola, Kahnawake Council Chief Lindsay LeBorgne and Robert Walsh, the business manager of Local 40, the New York branch of the international ironworkers’ union, will explore Mohawk contributions to these structures and the original World Trade Center in a special public program on Thursday, Dec. 13.Read more