September 15, 2012
What may be the most heart-rending exhibit created for the 9/11 museum in New York City sits in storage near a railroad overpass on Elmwood Avenue, tucked inside an unassuming brick building flanked by metal siding.
Packed away are photographic images, mounted with steel and acrylic, of the nearly 3,000 men, women and children who died that infamous day. The images will eventually make up a 12-foot-tall display across four walls for the "In Memoriam" exhibition, which will stand above a remnant of the South Tower seen through a glass floor. More.