From Earl Dotter:

When Duty Calls, An Exhibit Tribute


To  New York City Emergency Responders on Ground Zero in the Aftermath of 9/11

After the horrific attack at the World Trade Center, Ground Zero was a raw, open wound. Attention is drawn to the army of emergency responders opening “the pile,” and rebuilding the infrastructure in and around the destruction site.  Firehouse memorials in Manhattan and Brooklyn erected by New Yorkers honor the 343 firefighters lost in the WTC rescue and recovery.

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