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
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.