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New on View: Soccer Jersey belonging to FDNY firefighter lost on 9/11

Home jersey for Argentina's national soccer team that belonged to firefighter Sergio Villanueva. Gift of the Villanueva family, in loving memory of Sergio Gabriel Villanueva. Home jersey for Argentina's national soccer team that belonged to firefighter Sergio Villanueva. Gift of the Villanueva family, in loving memory of Sergio Gabriel Villanueva.

Firefighter Sergio Villanueva was passionate about soccer. Now on view at the 9/11 Memorial Museum is his favorite jersey.  Read more »

Final Large Ground Zero Artifacts Moved from JFK Hangar

Frank Siller, chairman and CEO of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation addressing a crowd during the ceremony at JFK. Photo Credit: Port Authority of New York & New Jersey.  Frank Siller, chairman and CEO of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation addressing a crowd during the ceremony at JFK. Photo Credit: Port Authority of New York & New Jersey.

A ceremony was held at Kennedy International Airport as the three largest remaining artifacts from the Sept. 11 terror attacks were removed from Hangar 17.  Read more »

JFK Hangar Which Housed 9/11 Relics to Close

Over 2,500 9/11 artifacts were housed in Hangar 17 at JFK Airport. Photo by Amy Dreher. Over 2,500 9/11 artifacts were housed in Hangar 17 at JFK Airport. Photo by Amy Dreher.

Hangar 17 at JFK Airport, which has housed relics of 9/11, will close at the end of summer.  Read more »

New Acquisition: Frank Dammers Painting

Freedom New York by Frank Dammers. Gift of Frank Dammers Fine Art Foundation. Freedom New York by Frank Dammers. Gift of Frank Dammers Fine Art Foundation.

The 9/11 Memorial Museum recently acquired a painting by Frank Dammers that depicts the New York City skyline with the new World Trade Center complex before construction started.  Read more »

New on View: Artifacts Tell Stories of 9/11 Victims

An artifact installation takes place during off hours at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Photo by Jin Lee. An artifact installation takes place during off hours at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Photo by Jin Lee.

A new rotation of artifacts illustrate the lives of Sept. 11 victims.  Read more »

The Lens: Capturing Life and Events at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

9/11 Memorial Museum visitors pass the Survivor Stairs. Photo by Jin Lee.  9/11 Memorial Museum visitors pass the Survivor Stairs. Photo by Jin Lee.

The Lens: Capturing Life and Events at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.  Read more »

The Lens: Capturing Life and Events at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Steel cross beams known as the Cross at Ground Zero installed in the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Photo: Jin Lee. Steel cross beams known as the Cross at Ground Zero installed in the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Photo: Jin Lee.

The Lens: Capturing Life and Events at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.  Read more »

From the Collection: Symbols Forged From WTC Steel

World Trade Center symbol steel beam. Photo: Amy Dreher. World Trade Center symbol steel beam. Photo: Amy Dreher.

“What I had done for the families, me and my crew, when we had a little slack time we would cut out some crosses . . . and when they came down, we would give those crosses to the families. And they loved it, they really appreciated it. And it made us feel good,” said Ironworker William Quinlan on making symbol steel.  Read more »

New on View: A Firefighter’s Appalachian Trail Guidebook

Appalachian Trail Guidebook belonging to Bruce Van Hine, FDNY Squad 41. Gift of the Van Hine Family. Appalachian Trail Guidebook belonging to Bruce Van Hine, FDNY Squad 41. Gift of the Van Hine Family.

A worn trail guidebook once belonging to New York City firefighter R. Bruce Van Hine is now on view in the memorial exhibition, In Memoriam, at the 9/11 Memorial Museum.  Read more »

New on View: Youngest 9/11 Victim’s Stuffed Peter Rabbit

A Peter Rabbit stuffed animal that belonged to the youngest 9/11 victim, Christine Lee Hanson. (Photo: Jin Lee) A Peter Rabbit stuffed animal that belonged to the youngest 9/11 victim, Christine Lee Hanson. (Photo: Jin Lee)

At two-and-a-half years old, Christine Lee Hanson was the youngest of the eight children who were killed on 9/11, all passengers aboard the aircraft commandeered by terrorists. Christine’s life will be remembered through the display of her beloved Peter Rabbit, which will be installed in the 9/11 Museum’s Memorial Exhibition tonight.  Read more »