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David Finn, [Nuns looking at missing notices following September 11th terrorists attack, 2001, New York City], 2001
Dye coupler print
Gift of the Artist
Prints and Photographs Division (133)

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I was at Mc donalds and i was eating a kids meal when a hot girl walked in and told me about that that happen today March 10 2008 i was...[more]
    
I was at our deli opening for the day and had the radio on basicaly for noise but it was about 8:45 and I faintly heard that a plane had hit the WTC. I then called my husband at home, who is a pilot and had just finished his week the day before. I always call him...[more]
 
I was working in a government building that day. I received a call to tell everyone in my office that planes had hit the World Trade Center and to evacute the...[more]
    
8:45AM, Tuesday, New York City, September 11, 2001. I woke right up.

My eyes just opened.

I didn't know why.

I had just lost my job, the beginning of the long long unwinding of the late 20th Century technology bubble. Of late, I had been waking up more or less...[more]
 
I was living in Jacksonville, Florida. I was a loss control underwriter for the FCCI Insurance Group based out of Sarasota. My territory included policyholders i.e., businesses located in North Florida. My office was in my home. On 9/11 I had planned to spend the day...[more]
    
My wife and I were in a hospital room with our newboarn baby boy with the TV on news while we ate breakfast. The sight of the first tower caught our attention and we watched the second plane hit. At first we thought it was a replay of the initial strike. When we...[more]
 

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