The Emmy-winning Remembering 9-11 series features items that are set for display in the National 9-11 Memorial Museum. Each video tells the story of one item and the people whose lives it touched on its way into the museum collection. The items range from as small as a set of flight attendants wings to as large as a steel beam cross recovered from Ground Zero.
The Ground Zero Bible
A Bible found in the rubble of Ground Zero survives in the hands of a photographer.
Watch to find out more.
A pair of wings took flight from Arkansas to Afghanistan and carried with them the love of a mourning father.
Watch Karyn's story.
The Ground Zero Cross
Out of the rubble of the World Trade Center rose a symbol of hope for many in the days after 9/11.
Find out more about the Ground Zero Cross.
The Photo Archive
A photographer documents the efforts of Ground Zero workers in the days after September 11th.
Find out more about his work.
The Elevator Motor
One man spends his life maintaining the elevators that will one day save the life of another.
Watch to find out their story.
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