Remembering 9/11

The Ursula C. Schwerin Library is pleased to present a new virtual exhibit of 9/11 materials from the collection of Prof. Marissa J. Moran from the Department of Law & Paralegal Studies.

The display includes artifacts, photographs, books, and news articles and serves as a tribute in pictures, words and artifacts to those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001 and to their families. Below are a few excerpts from this extensive exhibition and some recommended readings

Cover image for September 11th display includes scanned images of the twin towers.
Color images of twin towers on September 11th

Images of the towers from Brooklyn Hights

Read more

DiMarco, D. (2004). Tower stories: The autobiography of September 11th. New York, NY: Revolution Pub. 

Feldschuh, M. (2002). The September 11th photo project. New York: HarperCollins. 

Hampton, W. (2011). September 11, 2001 / attack on New York City. Somerville, MA: Candlewick Press. 

Hendra, T., & McCourt, F. (2001). Brotherhood. New York, NY: American Express Pub. 

How 9-11 Changed Us, Lawyers touched by the tragedy reshape their jobs and their lives. (2002 September). ABA Journal. 

Kerik, B. B., & Essen, T. V. (2001). In the line of duty: A tribute to New York’s finest and bravest. New York, NY: ReganBooks. 

McNally, J. (2002). Faces of Ground Zero: Portraits of the Heroes of September 11, 2001. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 

Stories of Hope, One Year Later A Celebration of the American Spirit. (2002, September). PEOPLE

9/11 Milestones to Recovery. (n.d.). Daily News

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