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Myrta Gschaar, widow of Robert Gschaar, donated his personal property recovered during the cleanup of the World Trade Center site to the #911Museum. Robert's wallet and wedding ring were recovered among the rubble of the World Trade Center. #Honor911
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A photo of the Survivor Tree and One World Trade Center by Twitter user RisksRewards. #SurvivorTree #WTC #Honor911 
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The Survivor Tree is in full bloom. Welcome back. #SurvivorTree #911Memorial
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We stand with Boston. Join us as we remember those who were impacted by the Boston Marathon bombing one year ago today. #BostonStrong  
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Boston strong! Boston tough!
God bless USA loves you!!! 
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Today, the #911Museum team had the privilege of installing a chalk call board from #FDNY Ladder 13 dating to  9/11. It serves as a memorial to 5 of its 6 firefighters on duty that morning who never returned from the World Trade Center. #Honor911   
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#DidYouKnow The #911Memorial has been created as one of the most sustainable, green plazas ever constructed. Its irrigation, storm water and pest management systems will conserve energy, water and other resources.  #EarthDay 
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Earlier this week, a chalk call board from #FDNY Ladder 13 was installed into the #911Museum. The call board has gone untouched since September 11, 2001, serving as a memorial to 5 of the 6 Ladder 13 firefighters on duty who never returned from the World Trade Center. #Honor911
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Shoes are a powerful way to help tell the story of the evacuation experience of 9/11. #911Museum
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"Time is kind. Nightmares subside. You're not expected to forget."- #WTC1993  survivor Thomas McHale.
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On the morning of September 11, 2001, Principal Ada Dolch of the High School for Leadership and Public Service just south of the World Trade Center heard an enormous boom, learning moments later that a plane had hit one of the Twin Towers.

Using this two-way radio, Principal Dolch initiated a building-wide evacuation. She was forced to abandon existing emergency plans that called for regrouping closer to the World Trade Center and instead guided approximately 600 students and staff southward to safety in Battery Park. #911Museum #Honor911
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Always remember the day of 9/11
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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.
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press@911memorial.org, (212) 312-8800