87 Photos - Mar 30, 2011
Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, with yurtzeit candle outside of the Stanton Street Shul on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Outside of Shul after chalking Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, with yurtzeit candle outside of the Stanton Street Shul on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, with yurtzeit candle outside of the Stanton Street Shul on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, with yurtzeit candle outside of the Stanton Street Shul on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, with yurtzeit candle outside of the Stanton Street Shul on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, 19 Clinton Street, on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, 19 Clinton Street, on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, 19 Clinton Street, on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, 19 Clinton Street, on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, 19 Clinton Street, on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, 19 Clinton Street, on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, 19 Clinton Street, on March 25, 2011Photo: CHALK: Becky Neubauer, Triangle Fire Chalking Memorial, z"l, 19 Clinton Street, on March 25, 2011Photo: The Waistmaker​'s opera teenage crew in front of La Mama, 3-25-11, Rose Friedman Memorial for 77 E. 4th Street. The actresses are reading letters to Rose who was close to them in age, to explain what it meant to them to portray the Triangle workers.Photo: The Waistmaker​'s opera teenage crew in front of La Mama, 3-25-11, Rose Friedman Memorial for 77 E. 4th Street. The actresses are reading letters to Rose who was close to them in age, to explain what it meant to them to portray the Triangle workers.Photo: The Waistmaker​'s opera teenage crew in front of La Mama, 3-25-11, Rose Friedman Memorial for 77 E. 4th Street. The actresses are reading letters to Rose who was close to them in age, to explain what it meant to them to portray the Triangle workers.Photo: The Waistmaker​'s opera teenage crew in front of La Mama, 3-25-11, Rose Friedman Memorial for 77 E. 4th Street. The actresses are reading letters to Rose who was close to them in age, to explain what it meant to them to portray the Triangle workers.Photo: The Waistmaker​'s opera teenage crew in front of La Mama, 3-25-11, Rose Friedman Memorial for 77 E. 4th Street. The actresses are reading letters to Rose who was close to them in age, to explain what it meant to them to portray the Triangle workers.Photo: Audience: The Waistmaker​'s opera teenage crew in front of La Mama, 3-25-11, Rose Friedman Memorial for 77 E. 4th Street. The actresses are reading letters to Rose who was close to them in age, to explain what it meant to them to portray the Triangle workers.Photo: The Waistmaker​'s opera teenage crew in front of La Mama, 3-25-11, Rose Friedman Memorial for 77 E. 4th Street. The actresses are reading letters to Rose who was close to them in age, to explain what it meant to them to portray the Triangle workers.Photo: For Jennie Stein, at 120 E. 3rd Street, between First Avenue and Avenue A, March 25, 2010 chalking commemorat​ionPhoto: For Jennie Stein, at 120 E. 3rd Street, between First Avenue and Avenue A, March 25, 2010 chalking commemorat​ionPhoto: For Jennie Stein, at 120 E. 3rd Street, between First Avenue and Avenue A, March 25, 2010 chalking commemorat​ionPhoto: For Jennie Stein, at 120 E. 3rd Street, between First Avenue and Avenue A, March 25, 2010 chalking commemorat​ionPhoto: For Jennie Stein, at 120 E. 3rd Street, between First Avenue and Avenue A, March 25, 2010 chalking commemorat​ionPhoto: For Jennie Stein, at 120 E. 3rd Street, between First Avenue and Avenue A, March 25, 2010 chalking commemorat​ionPhoto: Ladder Company 20 getting ready to raise its ladder to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011Photo: Ladder Company 20 getting ready to raise its ladder to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011Photo: Ladder Company 20 getting ready to raise its ladder to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011Photo: Ladder Company 20 getting ready to raise its ladder to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011Photo: Ladder Company 20 getting ready to raise its ladder to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011Photo: Ladder Company 20 getting ready to raise its ladder to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011Photo: Ladder Company 20 getting ready to raise its ladder to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011Photo: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were locked.Photo: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were locked.Photo: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were locked.Photo: Ladder Company 20 after not being able to raise its ladder past the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The Company's losses from 9-11 are commemorat​ed by Ladder Company 20 on its truckPhoto: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were locked.Photo: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were locked.Photo: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were locked.Photo: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were locked.Photo: Ladder Company 20 after not being able to raise its ladder past the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011Photo: Ladder Company 20 after not being able to raise its ladder past the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The Company's losses from 9-11 are commemorated by Ladder Company 20 on its truck.Photo: Union and larger rally at Asch Building, March 25th, Friday afternoonPhoto: Union and larger rally at Asch Building, March 25th, Friday afternoonPhoto: Union and larger rally at Asch Building, March 25th, Friday afternoonPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners raised up on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners raised up on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: A reporter from Fox business channel looks up at Fire Company 20's ladder as it arrives only at the 6th floor.Photo: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were lockedPhoto: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were lockedPhoto: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were lockedPhoto: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were lockedPhoto: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were lockedPhoto: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were lockedPhoto: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were lockedPhoto: Ladder Company 20 ladder reaches only to the 6th Floor of the Asch building, Friday, March 25, 2011. The purple banners show the 9th floor, where almost the ladders could not reached. 146 people perished primarily because the 9th floor fire doors were lockedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Shirtwaist banners on poles for each person who perishedPhoto: Children wearing Ladder Company 20 hatsPhoto: Children wearing Ladder Company 20 hatsPhoto: Children wearing Ladder Company 20 hatsPhoto: Children wearing Ladder Company 20 hatsPhoto: Children wearing Ladder Company 20 hatsPhoto: Children wearing Ladder Company 20 hats in the midst of the rally as the ladder reaches only the 6th floor.Photo: Children wearing Ladder Company 20 hats in the midst of the rally as the ladder reaches only the 6th floor.Photo: Children wearing Ladder Company 20 hats in the midst of the rally as the ladder reaches only the 6th floor.Photo: We Remember All 146: Archbishop Dolan at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011Photo: We Remember All 146: Archbishop Dolan at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011Photo: We Remember All 146: Archbishop Dolan at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011Photo: We Remember All 146: Archbishop Dolan at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011Photo: We Remember All 146: Serafino Maltese at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011. His family, which lived on 2nd Avenue and E. 2nd Street, lost a mother and two daughters.Photo: We Remember All 146: Serafino Maltese at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011. His family, which lived on 2nd Avenue and E. 2nd Street, lost a mother and two daughters.Photo: We Remember All 146: Archbishop Timothy Dolan at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011.Photo: We Remember All 146: Serafino Maltese at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011. His family, which lived on 2nd Avenue and E. 2nd Street, lost a mother and two daughters.Photo: We Remember All 146: Serafino Maltese at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011. His family, which lived on 2nd Avenue and E. 2nd Street, lost a mother and two daughters.Photo: We Remember All 146: Serafino Maltese at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011. His family, which lived on 2nd Avenue and E. 2nd Street, lost a mother and two daughters.Photo: We Remember All 146: Archbishop Timothy Dolan at special mass, our Lady of Pompei Church, 25 Carmine St, March 25, 2011.Photo: Archbishop Dolan, Our Lady of Pompeii, Special Mass: We Remember All 146Photo: Archbishop Dolan, Our Lady of Pompeii Special Mass: We Remember All 146