Retired U.K. firefighter Graham Green's helmet on the 9/11 Memorial bronze parapet. Photo by 9/11 Memorial staff.
Graham Green, a recently retired firefighter from the U.K., visited the 9/11 Memorial & Museum last week to fulfill a wish to leave his helmet, worn during his 30 years of service, on the bronze parapet of the South Pool.Read more
A worker from Rock of Ages uses a torch to fuse a granite monolith for the 9/11 Memorial Glade. Photo courtesy of Association Press/Lisa Rathke.
As construction continues for the 9/11 Memorial Glade, the tribute for all who are suffering or have died from 9/11-related illnesses, stonemasons in Vermont have begun shaping the six monoliths that will flank the tribute path on the 9/11 Memorial.Read more
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