9/11 Memorial Project – California

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9/11 Memorial Project - Los Angeles is the Los Angeles, California based effort to permanently memorialize, both in paying honor to and educating about, the events of September 11, 2001. The memorial consists of a respectful public exhibit of artifacts and items, and a documentary library of materials relevant to those events.

Memorial Archive[edit]

The memorial archive is the largest single collection of artifacts and items on the West Coast related to September 11, 2001. Significant items from the permanent collection include:

Artifacts[edit]

  • World Trade Center Steel Building Remnant
  • World Trade Center Glass Building Remnant
  • Pentagon Limestone Building Remnant
  • Pentagon Slate Roof Tile Building Remnant
  • Flight 93 Aircraft Remnants
  • FDNY Bunker Coat and Helmet utilized at World Trade Center disaster site
  • NYPD ESU unit crushed air tank recovered from World Trade Center disaster site
  • World Trade Center Disaster Site ID Badge
  • Flight 93 Disaster Site ID Badges
  • Ladder 10 Hardhat and Safety Goggles used at World Trade Center disaster site
  • Breathing Respirator used at World Trade Center disaster site
  • Ironworker's Gloves and welding coat used at World Trade Center disaster site
  • Pier 94 volunteer ID sticker badge
  • Child's letter sent to World Trade Center disaster site workers

Items[edit]

  • World Trade Center Lost/Missing Person Flyers
  • Flight 93 Family Memorial Items
  • World Trade Center Observatory Tickets
  • Pentagon Blueprint
  • Windows On The World Restaurant Box Of Matches
  • Windows On The World Restaurant Wine List
  • National Day of Prayer and Remembrance Presidential Proclamation
  • World Trade Center Disaster Site Viewing Tickets
  • Program from Sept. 20, 2001 Presidential Address to Joint Session of Congress
  • Concert For New York City Staff T-Shirt
  • Child’s drawing - God Bless America

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