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Chaplain assists workers at the World Trade Center.
Chaplain assists workers at the World Trade Center.
Chaplain assists workers at the World Trade Center.
Chaplain assists workers at the World Trade Center.
Chaplain assists workers at the World Trade Center.
Chaplain assists workers at the World Trade Center.
Volunteers at the World Trade Center.
Volunteers at the World Trade Center.
Celebrities help out serving meals at feeding stations at Ground Zero.
Celebrities help out serving meals at feeding stations at Ground Zero.
Volunteer crisis counselor, Dana Fuchs, listens to workers at the World Trade Center site.
Volunteer crisis counselor, Dana Fuchs, listens to workers at the World Trade Center site.
Small Business Administration representative Cynthia Steed is one of the 93 SBA staff assisting victims of the World Trade Center disaster.
Small Business Administration representative Cynthia Steed is one of the 93 SBA staff assisting victims of the World Trade Center disaster.
A Chaplain is on hand at Ground Zero.
A Chaplain is on hand at Ground Zero.
Volunteer welders cut up large pieces to help clear debris from the wreckage at the World Trade Center.
Volunteer welders cut up large pieces to help clear debris from the wreckage at the World Trade Center.
American Red Cross volunteers Christina DeGaray, Sara Jan Monahan and Alice Medalia take a break from providing relief to emergency workers at the World Trade Center.
American Red Cross volunteers Christina DeGaray, Sara Jan Monahan and Alice Medalia take a break from providing relief to emergency workers at the World Trade Center.
American Red Cross volunteer Pat Gartman puts boots on the dog, Uno, at the V-MET tent near Ground Zero.
American Red Cross volunteer Pat Gartman puts boots on the dog, Uno, at the V-MET tent near Ground Zero.
Mandy Holke and her husband Ramsay (background) from NC, together with NY resident Martha Calhoun have volunteered to serve food to rescue workers at the site of the World Trade Center collapse.
Mandy Holke and her husband Ramsay (background) from NC, together with NY resident Martha Calhoun have volunteered to serve food to rescue workers at the site of the World Trade Center collapse.
Mandy Holke and her husband Ramsay (background) from NC, together with NY resident Martha Calhoun have volunteered to serve food to rescue workers at the site of the World Trade Center collapse.
Mandy Holke and her husband Ramsay (background) from NC, together with NY resident Martha Calhoun have volunteered to serve food to rescue workers at the site of the World Trade Center collapse.
Patricia Bennett (left) and Jose Montijo (right) are two of the many workers at the Disaster Assistance Center. The Center is open seven days a week and will remain open for as long as necessary.
Patricia Bennett (left) and Jose Montijo (right) are two of the many workers at the Disaster Assistance Center. The Center is open seven days a week and will remain open for as long as necessary.
Bob Finnegan the Disaster Assistance Center manager address workers before the doors open on Saturday. The Center will remain open for as long as necessary.
Bob Finnegan the Disaster Assistance Center manager address workers before the doors open on Saturday. The Center will remain open for as long as necessary.
FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Ted Montte thanks Andrew Imbo for his help at the Disaster Assistance Center. Andrew wanted to volunteer his time to help, along with his father Anthony.
FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Ted Montte thanks Andrew Imbo for his help at the Disaster Assistance Center. Andrew wanted to volunteer his time to help, along with his father Anthony.
The steps of the Church of St. Peter near the collapsed World Trade Center rescue site are covered with hundreds of boxes of supplies for the rescue crews.
The steps of the Church of St. Peter near the collapsed World Trade Center rescue site are covered with hundreds of boxes of supplies for the rescue crews.
The Church of St. Peter in lower Manhattan serves as a supply center for the hundreds of rescue crews working to clear rubble and find survivors at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.
The Church of St. Peter in lower Manhattan serves as a supply center for the hundreds of rescue crews working to clear rubble and find survivors at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center.
The canteen operations near Ground Zero immediately following the attacks on 9-11
The canteen operations near Ground Zero immediately following the attacks on 9-11
The canteen operations near Ground Zero immediately following the attacks on 9-11
The canteen operations near Ground Zero immediately following the attacks on 9-11
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army's canteen operations near Ground Zero, immediately following the terrorist attacks
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army's canteen operations near Ground Zero, immediately following the terrorist attacks
Members of the New York Jets football team serving as Salvation Army volunteers at the Jacob Javits Convention Center
Members of the New York Jets football team serving as Salvation Army volunteers at the Jacob Javits Convention Center
The Salvation Army served as sole feeding provider to recovery workers
The Salvation Army served as sole feeding provider to recovery workers
The Salvation Army served as sole feeding provider to recovery workers
The Salvation Army served as sole feeding provider to recovery workers

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