Friday, May 22, 2009

Another Entry for the New York Daily News

A completely new resource for me is a six-year-old web effort at awarding honors for taking pictures on September 11, 2001, and its aftermath---The Best of Photojournalism 2002. The Internet Archive has never heard of these pages before, so I don't know when they went up online. Almost the whole batch is unfamiliar to me (and where they are familiar, they are all part of the same entry,) which leads me to think they are of recent public vintage.

Ho hum.

Holocaust survivor at 9:50AM is brought by ambulance to Long Island College hospital on Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn,NY

People react in utter disbelief as the first twin tower collapses as viewed from the Hicks Street promenade in Brooklyn, NY.

Family members attend funeral mass at St. Mathias church in Somerset, NJ for New York firefighter John M. Collins Ladder #25 who died at the WTC on Sept.11.

World Trade Center widow Jennifer Nilsen sits on her front stoop with her two children Scott,5, who is autisic and Ryan,3, Staten Island, NY

Fireman takes down flag from between two ladders after the Funeral mass at Church of St. Clare for firefighter Brian Cannizzaro from ladder 101 who died at the WTC on Sept. 11. Staten Island, NY

Nicholas Giordano,8, tries on his dad's helmet while his mom Marie stands by at firefighter , who died at the WTC on Sept.11, Jeff Giordano's funeral mass ,Our Lady Help of Christians Church, Staten Island, NY

Debbie Calandrillo stands by the tree she tied with yellow ribbons in front of her house in Brooklyn, NY and shows picture of her missing husband Joseph who was at the World Trade Center on Sept.11.

New York Firefighter Captain Timothy Stackpole with three of his five children after being awarded Man of the Year at the Great Irish Fair on Sept. 9th two days before he died at the World Trade Center during the Sept. 11th terrorist attack.

Weary New York Firefighters walk towards the World Trade Center past City Hall where "WAR" has been written in the dust from the collapse of the twin towers on a car windscreen. New York,NY

Birds fly over City Hall as the dust and debris from the collapse of 7 World Trade Center fills the sky on Sept. 11 at 5:30PM, NY,NY.

Vikal Kapoor looks up to sky where the twin towers used to stand before their collapse today after a terrorist airplane attack. Park row, NY,NY.

Injured man is brought to Long Island College hospital on Atlantic Ave. in Brooklyn, NY

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