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THE AFTERMATH OF 9/11
Construction worker taping New York Post front page on his backhoe.
Shots of the Twin Tower wreckage
“Popcorn,” one of the rescue dogs getting his paw treated.  The dogs paw got cut up walking over the wreckage
New York Gay Men’s Choir at Union Square Park
One of the impromptu memorials at Union Square Park
People by the thousands would gather at Union Square Park for the first week after the attack
Another impromptu memorial at Union Square Park
A memorial at Fire Company 54 that lost the most firemen on 9/11
Foremen marching into the Pile to look for bodies
Another impromptu memorial further uptown.
People stopping to look at the flyers of missing people
Stores turned their front windows into bulletin boards so people could express their thoughts about what had happened
New York Governor George Pataki consoles a man who lost someone in the towers.
A memorial at another Fire Station for firemen lost
President and Ms. Clinton at the funeral for Father Mike, the Fire Chaplain who lost his life in the towere
Chelsa Clinton at the funeral for Father Mike, the Fire Chaplain who lost his life in the towers
A street vendor cleans his shop that was several blocks away from the towers.
Paperwork from Cantor Fitzgerald that was on building ledge on Broadway, blocks from the towers.
A guy outside the Stock Exchange wraps an American flag around his hand
The smoke and dust rises from the site of the towers 2 nights after the attack

Here are a few of the photographs that I took in the days after the 9/11 attack.  The photograph below became part of the New York Historical Society collection chronicling 9/11.