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Don Halasy, [Crying woman standing in street with ambulance in background, following the September 11th terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, New York City], 2001
Inkjet print
Gift of Thomas B. and
Katherine B. Martin
Prints and Photographs Division

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Hi Sam and Nina,

Well, it seems we're finally getting a taste of what it's like to live in a
war zone, right here in New York. Thank God we are all safe, and so far, we
don't know of any close relatives or friends who were touched by the World
Trade...[more]
    
I was standing in the library with a class of third graders. We were in to our lesson when in walked a third grade teacher. It was not her class I was working with. She said "Would you please turn on a news channel?"
We have an in-house broadcasting system that...[more]
 
Dear Friends,

I cannot watch anymore televised horror.

I go outside to water flowers. It is a morning of unsurpassable beauty and serenity. The warm September sunshine sheds golden light on the front wall. The sky is Colorado blue, birds converse as though this...[more]
    

From: "Newman Garry G GS-12 USAFE CSS/SCOM" Add to Address Book
To: "'Beverly VA'" , "Newman Garry G GS-12 USAFE CSS/SCOM"
CC: "Rogers Rebecca S GS-12 USAFE CSS/SCXC"...[more]
 
Beverly(Nelson)Webster
From: "Braxton Marilyn R Civ 38 EIG/GC" Add to Address Book
To: "'beverly_va@yahoo.com'"
CC: "Meek Pamela G Civ 72 CS/SCBSC"
Subject: FW: The Future ...[more]
    

From: "Priest, Nancy (DDOO)" Add to Address Book
To: "'Beverly Nelson'"
Subject: Are You OK?
Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 08:36:36 -0500


Haven't heard from you? You heard about the World Trade
Center? You...[more]
 

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