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9/11 World Trade Center Parts02.jpg

Crosses cut out of one of the beams that were part of the Wolrd trade Cetner now catalog as part of a collection of artifacts that were stored after 9/11. Artifacts chosen by curators out of the wreckage from the World trade Center temporarily stored within an 80,000 square foot hanger at JFK airport, Hanger 17. Some of the artifacts will be in the National September 11 memorial Museum set to open in 2012. stored within an 80,000 square foot hanger at JFK airport. Some of the artifacts will be in the National September 11 memorial Museum set to open in 2012.
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Julie Dermansky©2007
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9/11 Artifacts at Hanger 17
Crosses cut out of one of the beams that were part of the Wolrd trade Cetner now catalog as part of a collection of artifacts that were stored after 9/11. Artifacts chosen by curators out of the wreckage  from the World trade Center temporarily stored within an 80,000 square foot hanger at JFK airport, Hanger 17. Some of the artifacts will be in the National September 11 memorial Museum set to open in 2012. stored within an 80,000 square foot hanger at JFK airport. Some of the artifacts will be in the National September 11 memorial Museum set to open in 2012.