A new video series has debuted, featuring a look at significant 9/11 artifacts.
Jerry D. Dickerson’s birthday was one of eight commemorated on July 27. (Photo by Amy Dreher)
Elizabeth Berger (photo by Marilynn K. Yee/The New York Times/Redux)
Maureen Merrigan of APS affixing tribute materials back on the column. (Photo by Jin Lee)
Some of the veterans on the memorial plaza. (photo by Lauren Weisberg)
Visitors on the memorial plaza. (Photo by Amy Dreher)
Tom Brown positioned under the Survivor Tree on the plaza. (9/11 Memorial Communications photo)
An array of flags alongside the south pool on the plaza. (photo by Amy Dreher)
Operating engineers used grappler claws to lift tangled steel and debris from the pile at Ground Zero. (Staff Photo)
Group photo on the Memorial plaza. (photo by Amy Dreher)
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