From "Drugstore Photographs, Or, A Trip Along the Yangtze River, 1999;" Lower Manhattan Block-by-Block by Dylan Stone. Block 084: West Thames Street between South End Avenue and the Hudson River Esplanade (north side), Digital ID 504218, New York Public LibraryWhere were you? Uptown, midtown, downtown. Queens, Staten Island, the Bronx. Brooklyn, Manhattan, New Jersey. On the ferry, on the train, in the air, below ground. At the library, at school, at home, at work. Maybe you were somewhere else, and you watched the events unfold from far away on television.
Last year we offered an extensive list of books providing facts and analysis on the terrorist attacks, available from our collections in many languages. This year we also have a list of books to help you talk about this day with children. This Sunday, the tenth anniversary, it makes sense to look back and just remember. Listen and reflect on where we were, and where we are now.
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