September 11 Digital Archive

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  • Collection: The Sonic Memorial Project

geohis part 3 bounce.mp3
Historian, Author and Professor Mike Wallace discusses the history of lower Manhattan. (Part 3)

geohis part 2 bounce.mp3
Historian, Author and Professor Mike Wallace discusses the history of lower Manhattan. (Part 2)

geohis of LM part 1 bounce.mp3
Historian, Author and Professor Mike Wallace discusses the history of lower Manhattan. (Part 1)

mike wallace intro bounce.mp3
Historian, Author and Professor Mike Wallace introduces himself. He studies and writes about the history of New York.

tommy bounce.mp3
The Fire Department of New York's radio transmissions as they attempt to help the injured in the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001.

fort  bravo-bounce.mp3
The Fire Department of New York's radio transmissions from 9/11: Correspondance of "Fort Bravo".

Bat 7 bounce (part 2).mp3
Battalion 7 of the Fire Department of New York's radio transmissions as they make their way up the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. (Part 2)

Bat 7 bounce (part 1).mp3
Battalion 7 of the Fire Department of New York's radio transmissions as they make their way up the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. (part 1)

part3_meeting.mp3
At 7:30am on September 11th, Ginny Carr started her morning by attending a business meeting on the 36th floor of One Liberty Plaza, a block away from the WTC. She was taping the meeting for her own records. After the sound of the first plane hitting…

part2_meetingbounce.mp3
At 7:30am on September 11th, Ginny Carr started her morning by attending a business meeting on the 36th floor of One Liberty Plaza, a block away from the WTC. She had brought her recorder to tape the meeting. After she and her colleagues' meeting was…

part1_meeting.mp3
At 7:30am on September 11th, Ginny Carr started her morning by attending a business meeting on the 36th floor of One Liberty Plaza, a block away from the WTC. A tape recorder captured the meeting, the sound of the first plane hitting, and as the…

EB white poem bounce.mp3
Historian Robert Snyder, professor at Rutgers University, reads part of an E.B. White essay written during the threat of the Cold War but applicable to New York after 9/11.

EBwhite commentary bounce.mp3
Historian Robert Snyder, professor at Rutgers University, interprets an E.B. White essay written about New York during the time of the Cold War but applicable to New York after 9/11.

synder conclusion bounce.mp3
Historian Robert Snyder, professor at Rutgers University, reflects on the place the WTC had in New York City in these concluding thoughts.

bounce history of WTC 'hood.mp3
Historian Robert Snyder, professor at Rutgers University, discusses the history of the WTC neighborhood and its past as a maritime area. He comments on what he hopes the rebuilding will bring.

snyder 911 part bounce 3.mp3
Historian Robert Snyder, professor at Rutgers University, recounts his experience on September 11th, 2001. (part 3)

Snyder 911 part 2 bounce.mp3
Historian Robert Snyder, professor at Rutgers University, recounts his experience on September 11th, 2001.

snyder 911 part 1 bounce.mp3
Historian Robert Snyder, professor at Rutgers University, recounts his experience on September 11th, 2001. (Part 1)

duesberry conclusion.mp3
Joellyn Duesberry, an artist in residence in the World Views program 1998-99 and her concluding thoughts.

groundzero and he.mp3
Joellyn Duesberry, an artist in residence in the World Views program 1998-99, discusses 9/11 and the World Trade Center effect on her Art, and the way she sees her art.