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We invited New Yorkers to experience the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Hear what they had to say and learn how you can share your story. http://911memorial.io/911OCOS
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William Feehan lived in Flushing, Queens. A Korean War veteran and military history buff, William enjoyed visiting historic war sites. In 40 years with the FDNY, he rose to its second-highest rank. On September 11, First Deputy Commissioner Feehan was directing operations on West Street when the South Tower fell. Today would have been his 87th birthday. http://911memorial.io/2d7KZZH 
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R.I.P
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Today we honor fallen hero, @FDNY Battalion Chief Michael Fahy, a 17-year veteran and father of three who gave the ultimate sacrifice this morning in the line of duty. A decorated Chief, his death marks the first time someone of his rank was killed since 9/11 and the first time since July 2014 the FDNY lost one of their own in the line of duty. Visitors are welcome to leave tributes for Chief Fahy on the 9/11 Memorial. http://911memorial.io/2d7mHAG
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Rest in peace, Chief.

Nail that low life drug dealer to a burning cross, po💩...

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A young 9/11 Memorial Museum visitor reads the messages left on the Signing Steel.
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“The ‘NY’ on your hats represents more than just the Yankees. It represents the city of New York.” –Joe Torre.

Last night we welcomed the baseball Hall of Famer to a 9/11 Museum Talk. Read about the special program on the MEMO Blog. http://911memorial.io/2cp97EA
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Amen, Joe.
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Tonight’s 9/11 Museum Talk guest: MLB Chief Baseball Officer and Hall of Famer Joe Torre. He led the New York Yankees to four World Series titles during his 12 seasons with the team. After 9/11, baseball, like the rest of the country, came to a halt. Torre talks about the impact of getting back on the field and the role baseball played in helping America recover. www.911Memorial.org/Live
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Patricia Kuras was born in Brooklyn and lived on Staten Island. Her home was decorated with her treasured collection of records, Christmas ornaments, and her memorabilia from a trip to Ireland. Patricia was a facilities manager and worked at Marsh & McLennan on the 93rd floor of the North Tower. Today would have been her 58th birthday.
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This week’s 9/11 Museum Talk featured CIA Director John Brennan. Read a recap of the discussion on the MEMO Blog. http://911memorial.io/2dkWFKQ
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Live from the #911MuseumTalk with CIA Director John Brennan: From Ground Zero to Abbottabad and Beyond. Watch: www.911memorial.org/live
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West Point Cadets enter the 9/11 Memorial as they finish the annual Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk sponsored by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation. Over 25,000 participated in the event that concluded with a ceremony held near the North Pool on Sunday, Sept. 25. http://911memorial.io/2dwL0sz
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Every morning before the 9/11 Memorial & Museum opens to the public, a volunteer places a white rose for every victim who would have celebrated a birthday that day. http://911memorial.io/2dnKiLl
White Rose Signifies Remembrance of 9/11 Victims' Birthdays
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Angels Rose
As I strolled through the mornings mists,
I came upon an Angels Rose.
Translucent, trancendence, left for me?
I suppose.
Not even a faint touch of wind, could be felt upon thy skin,
A calming, a warming,
Like the light of Life, given by a mother to one within.
Soft, gentle, a fragrance of grace.
So fragile, yet so bold in nature, Angelic and in taste.
A true gift to ones soul.
So to the Angels, I will forever embrace.
--- Robert Richard Hollingsworth jr.
RRHJR(C)2015
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A relic in its own right, this payphone was originally located on the 107th floor South Tower Observation Deck. Visitors could place calls to describe the panoramic views of NYC.

Found just south of Ground Zero, it now can be seen on display in the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

Courtesy of the AT&T Archives and History Center
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Wow I didn't see this when I was there well I think I was crying 😂
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The official G+ page for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center
Introduction
The National September 11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, near Shanksville, Pa., and at the Pentagon, as well as the six people killed in the World Trade Center bombing in February 1993.