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Guide to the Here is New York Collection
1996-2007 (bulk 2001-2002)
 PR 258

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Descriptive Summary

 
Title: Here is New York Collection
Dates: 1996-2007
Abstract: The Here is New York Collection spans the period from 1996 to 2007 (bulk 2001 to 2002) and primarily contains images of or related to the events of September 11, 2001 that were used in here is new york exhibitions. Images were submitted to the organization from more than 2,600 amateur and professional photographers and are in digital and printed formats. The collection also contains original photographs, oral history testimonies, home movies, and music relating to 9/11. In addition, there is material (mostly signage) from here is new york exhibitions and documentation of various shows. The Here is New York Collection contains 25 boxes of the organization's office files, including records of key departments, especially public relations and print production.
Quantity: 91.0 Linear feet (95 boxes; 1573 GBs)
Location note: Department of Prints, Photographs, and Architectural Collections
Call Phrase: PR 258

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Historical Note

The here is new york photography project was founded in September 2001 as a response to the events of September 11 by writer Michael Shulan, photographer Gilles Peress, photographer Charles Traub, and photography curator and editor Alice Rose George. The founders planned to solicit photographs of September 11 from the public taken by both amateur and professional photographers, display the images, and sell prints for charitable purposes. Shulan's storefront property on Prince Street in Soho--empty at the time--would serve as gallery space. Traub was also chair of the Photography and Related Media Department MFA program at the School of Visual Arts and enlisted SVA students and faculty to assist with the project. The title from the project was inspired by the 1949 E.B. White essay "Here is New York:"

"The city, for the first time in its long history, is destructible. A single flight of planes no bigger than a wedge of geese can quickly end this fantasy, burn the towers, crumble the bridges, turn the underground passages into lethal chambers, cremate the millions. The intimation of mortality is part of New York in the sound of jets overhead, in the black headline of the latest edition."

The exhibition "here is new york: a democracy of photographs" opened on September 25 at 116 Prince Street. Submissions were accepted onsite during gallery hours; an effort was made to take at least one image from each photographer. Volunteers scanned each selected image (unless it was already in digital format), created corrected low (jpg) and high (tif) resolution digital versions, assigned image numbers, and returned the originals to the contributors. They then created prints (~11 x 17) using ink-jet printers, and displayed them in the gallery space-- the images were displayed without captions, anonymously, reflecting the project's subtitle, "a democracy of photographs." The prints were not framed; instead they were clipped to wires that were strung across the walls and ceiling. In early October, volunteers onsite began taking orders for prints, sold for $25 each, primarily to benefit the WTC Relief Fund of the Children's Aid Society. Donations were also made to firefighters' funds and the Soho Alliance during the course of the project.

Original plans called for a mid-October closing, but strong public interest prompted the project to continue. During October 2001, here is new york was reviewed in the New York Times and  Village Voice, and received coverage on  CNN,  Newshour,  Today Show,  World News Tonight, and  Dateline. The exhibition was extended twice, and expanded into an adjacent empty store space at 118 Prince Street mid-month. Here is new york was featured on  Oprah in early November.

Here is new york continued to grow in the last months of 2001. In November, the organization was established as a nonprofit 501(c)(3). It received donations for equipment and infrastructure from the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation; in December, a benefit for here is new york was held at the Diane von Furstenberg studio, sponsored by The Week magazine. The Prince Street exhibit was extended to Christmas and two exhibitions of here is new york images were mounted in California. Former President Bill Clinton visited the Prince Street gallery on December 23. The gallery closed on Christmas Eve, but crowds continued to gather in front, and the exhibit reopened on January 2, 2002, with a reduced schedule. Here is new york also launched a website in December, opening an online gallery of its images at  hereisnewyork.org, and eventually taking orders for prints via the internet.

The bulk of here is new york staff served as volunteers. In 2002, money from grants and proceeds allowed the organization to pay some staff members on a monthly basis. Staff was organized into a number of departments that handled image selection and intake, the production of prints, print sales, exhibitions, public relations, website maintenance, and other tasks.

In 2002, here is new york continued to expand with exhibitions throughout the U.S. and abroad, including Chicago, Washington, D.C., Houston, Berlin, Dresden, Dublin, and Tokyo (see list of exhibits below). From February to June, the International Center of Photography and the Durst Organization provided here is new york with a new exhibition space at 1105 Sixth Avenue in New York (this exhibit was subtitled "history unframed"). The Prince Street gallery also remained open. While here is new york continued to display and sell images of 9/11 and its immediate aftermath, it no longer solicited photographs from that time period. Rather, it sought images of the effects of 9/11 and related issues, including the war in Afghanistan, other sites of terrorism, and world events.

In April of 2002, here is new york launched its oral history initiative, Voices of 9.11. Begun initially as a way for photographers to tell stories of their images, the project quickly expanded to include 9/11 survivors, family members, first responders, area residents, and others. A makeshift video booth was erected at here is new york's 1105 Sixth Avenue exhibition. The speaker controlled the recording; there were no time limits or restrictions on subject matter. When the Sixth Avenue location closed in June, the video booth was relocated to the Prince Street gallery. Later locations included Washington, D.C. (at the Corcoran Gallery exhibit), Shanksville, PA (the crash site of United Flight 93), Staten Island, and the Pentagon in January 2003.

Here is new york received the ICP/Getty Cornell Capa Award for distinguished achievement in photography in May of 2002. In 2002, the organization also received the Brendan Gill Prize, given by the Municipal Art Society of New York for innovative artistic contributions to the city, and the Charles Loring Brace Award from the Children's Aid Society for philanthropic leadership in the wake of September 11.

To commemorate the first anniversary of September 11, here is new york mounted exhibitions in several cities in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. Its book here is new york: a democracy of photographs, which included 821 selected images, was published by the Swiss publisher Scalo.

In the months following the first anniversary, here is new york began to wind down operations. The Prince Street gallery closed on September 29. By December, here is new york had mostly ceased operations; a few staff members continued to maintain the website and prepare material for donation into 2003.

Approximately $875,000 was donated overall to the Children's Aid Society. Here is new york formally dissolved as a non-profit in November 2007.

Secondary sources that discuss here is new york include Geoff Dyer's The Ongoing Moment, David Friend's  Watching the World Change: The Stories Behind the Images of 9/11, and Susan Sontag's  Regarding the Pain of Others.

Main Exhibitions:

2001
9/25/01-9/29/02 116-118 Prince St. [118 opened 10/12/01]
11/10-12/8 Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
11/18-12/21 School of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley, CA
2002
2/1-3/30 Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
2/12-6/1 International Center of Photography, New York, NY 1105 Sixth Avenue "history unframed" Also included in 1/11 - 3/17, part of "aftermath: Photography in the Wake of September 11" ICP
2/22-5/19 Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, FL
2/28-5/21 "Life of the City" exhibition at Museum of Modern Art, NYC Partly inspired by HINY; included some HINY images.
April Projection of HINY images on Astrovision screen, Times Square, NYC
5/2-5/9 Uniformed Firefighters Assoc., Las Vegas, NV
7/5-10/7 Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany
July Les Rencontres d'Arles, Arles, France
9/3-10/4 Rathaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
9/3-10/31 Louisville Free Public Library, Louisville, KY
9/4-9/27 Marietta College, Marietta, OH
9/4-9/30 Fulton Street Gallery, Troy, NY
9/4-10/8 Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Pomona, NJ
9/5-10/6 Zurich Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland
9/5-11/2 Scalo Project Space, New York, NY [publisher HINY book]
9/6-10/6 Dresdner Druck und Verlagshaus-Sachsische Zeitung/Haus der Presse, Dresden, Germany
9/7-9/14 Fifth St. Towers, Minneapolis, MN
9/7-11/11 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC
9/8-9/12 Images from HINY projected on Ellipse near White House, WDC
9/9-10/8 International Plaza, Tampa, FL
9/10-9/17 Mitsukoshi, Tokyo, Japan
9/10-9/25 Sausage Factory, Dublin, Ireland
9/10-10/30 Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL
9/10-11/10 232 Fifth Ave., San Diego, CA
9/11-9/12 Miller Outdoor Theater, Houston, TX
9/11-9/20 85-87 Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Martin, Paris, France
9/11-10/5 Newsroom, London, England
9/11-10/6 NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft, Dusseldorf, Germany
9/11-11/15 Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
9/14-10/13 Memorial City Mall, Houston, TX
2003
6/10-7/22 FotoFest, Russia- Togliatti, near Samara

This list was compiled using the list of exhibitions in the here is new york book, a list of exhibitions in a here is new york press kit from 2002, a list in an exhibition review in the Journal of American History (Dec. 2002), HINY office files, and the websites of various museums and galleries.

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Scope and Content Note

The Here is New York Collection spans the period from 1996 to 2007 (bulk 2001 to 2002) and primarily contains images of or related to the events of September 11, 2001 that were used in here is new york exhibitions. Images were submitted to the organization from more than 2,600 amateur and professional photographers and are in digital and printed formats. The bulk of the images are of New York City, especially of initial damage to the World Trade Center, the collapse of the towers, environmental damage and victims in lower Manhattan, Ground Zero, firefighters, police and rescue workers, missing persons fliers, memorials throughout the city, and the WTC before 9/11. There are also numerous images of the Pentagon and Washington, D.C. Also represented in the collection are the Towers of Light in 2002, memorial services, the crash site of Flight 93 in Shanksville, PA, reactions to 9/11 in various cities, the war in Afghanistan, other sites of terrorism, and world events. The 6,254 digital images are available through a searchable database. There are 2,123 prints, primarily from the Prince Street and Corcoran Gallery exhibitions.

The collection also contains original photographs not returned to contributors, 580 oral history testimonies from here is new york's Voices of 9.11 project, and home movies, other images, and music relating to 9/11. In addition, there is material (mostly signage) from here is new york exhibitions, and documentation of various shows, especially those at Prince Street and the Chicago Cultural Center.

The Here is New York Collection contains 25 boxes of the organization's office files, including the records of key departments, particularly public relations and print production.

This collection contains a variety of formats, including digital images (bulk are tif and jpg), prints, photographs, movie files, office files, newspapers, clippings, artifacts, and ephemera. Much of the material is on CDs, DVDs, hard drives, zip disks, floppy disks, and VHS and Mini-DV tapes. Files on these items can be accessed at a dedicated computer terminal for this collection.

Arrangement

The Here is New York Collection is arranged into seven series:

  1. Series I. here is new york Images
  2. Series II. Voices of 9.11
  3. Series III. Other Donated Material
  4. Series IV. Documentation of Exhibitions
  5. Series V. Office Files
  6. Series VI. WTC: The First Twenty-Four Hours
  7. Series VII. Added Material

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • George, Alice Rose, 1944-
  • Lubell, Mark.
  • Peress, Gilles.
  • Shulan, Michael.
  • Traub, Charles, 1945-

Document Type

  • Artifacts.
  • Clippings.
  • Compact discs.
  • Digital images.
  • DVDs.
  • Ephemera.
  • Exhibition records.
  • Floppy disks.
  • Hard drives.
  • Home movies.
  • Magazines (periodicals)
  • Mini-DV.
  • Music.
  • Newspapers.
  • Office files.
  • Oral histories (document genres)
  • Photographic prints.
  • Posters.
  • Traveling exhibitions.
  • VHS (TM)
  • Videotapes.

Subject Organizations

  • 116-118 Prince Street (New York, N.Y.)
  • Chicago Cultural Center.
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art.
  • Here Is New York (Organization)
  • New-York Historical Society.
  • Pentagon (Va.)--Photographs.
  • Pentagon (Va.)--Pictorial works.
  • Pentagon (Va.)
  • World Trade Center (New York, N.Y.)--Photographs.
  • World Trade Center (New York, N.Y.)--Pictorial works.
  • World Trade Center (New York, N.Y.)

Subject Topics

  • Afghan War, 2001-
  • Aircraft accidents--Pennsylvania--Shanksville.
  • Disaster relief--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.
  • Disaster relief--New York (State)--New York.
  • Disasters--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.
  • Disasters--New York (State)--New York.
  • Exhibitions--New York (State)--New York.
  • Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.
  • Memorials--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.
  • Memorials--Pennsylvania--Shanksville--Pictorial works.
  • Patriotism--New York (State)--New York.
  • Photography, Artistic--Exhibitions.
  • Police--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.
  • Rescue work--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.
  • Rescue work--New York (State)--New York.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001, in art-- Exhibitions.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Anniversaries, etc.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Art and the terrorist attacks.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Documentation.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Environmental aspects--New York (State)--New York.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Exhibitions.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Personal narratives.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Photographs.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Pictorial works--Exhibitions.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Pictorial works.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Social aspects.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Sources.
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001.
  • Terrorism--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.
  • Terrorism--New York (State)--New York.
  • Terrorism--Virginia--Arlington--Pictorial works.
  • Terrorism--Virginia--Arlington.
  • United Airlines Flight 93 Hijacking Incident, 2001.
  • Victims of terrorism--New York (State)--New York--Pictorial works.
  • Victims of terrorism--New York (State)--New York.
  • Victims of terrorism--Virginia--Arlington--Pictorial works.
  • Victims of terrorism--Virginia--Arlington.
  • War on Terrorism, 2001-

Subject Places

  • New York (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
  • New York (N.Y.)--Photographs.
  • New York (N.Y.)--Pictorial works.
  • Washington (D.C.)--Photographs.
  • Washington (D.C.)--Pictorial works.
  • World Trade Center Site (New York, N.Y.)
  • World Trade Center Site (New York, N.Y.)--Pictorial works.

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Administrative Information

Provenance

Gift of here is new york, 2004. Material added 2006, 2007.

Access Restrictions

Open to qualified researchers.

Photocopying undertaken by staff only. Limited to twenty exposures of stable, unbound material per day. See guidelines in Print Room for details.

HINY digital image database and Voices of 9.11 testimonies are available on a computer terminal in the Library's Reading Room. See Reference staff for details. For access to all other HINY material, contact the Print Room.

Use Restrictions

Permission to reproduce any Print Room holdings must be obtained from:
Rights and Reproductions
The New-York Historical Society
170 Central Park West
New York, NY 10024
Phone: (212) 873-3400 ext. 270
Fax: (212) 579-8794

Note: Reproduction and use of here is new york images will require additional permission from photographer or copyright holder.

Preferred Citation

This collection should be cited as Here is New York Collection, PR 258, Department of Prints, Photographs, and Architectural Collections, The New-York Historical Society.

Related Material at the Department of Prints, Photographs, and Architectural Collections

  • World Trade Center Photograph Collection, PR 169
  • Irwin Silver Photograph Collection, PR 209
  • Larry Racioppo Photograph Collection, PR 208
  • Harry Tarzian Photograph Collection, PR 255
  • Library Collections: The N-YHS History Responds Project of ephemera and other items has some material from visual arts exhibitions, as well as some photographs.

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Container List

Series I: here is new york Images

Scope and Contents note

This series contains images of or related to 9/11 that were submitted to here is new york by amateur and professional photographers. Here is new york scanned each image (unless it was already in digital format), created corrected low (jpg) and high (tif) resolution digital versions, assigned image numbers, and (in most cases) returned the originals to the contributors. They then created prints, which were displayed in the Soho location (and later in exhibitions throughout the U.S., Europe, and Japan) and sold for charity. The digital images (low-res jpgs) were put on a website in December 2001. Here is new york published a book of selected images in September 2002.

The bulk of the images are of New York City, especially of initial damage to the World Trade Center, the collapse of the towers, environmental damage and victims in lower Manhattan, Ground Zero, firefighters, police and rescue workers, missing persons fliers, memorials throughout the city, and the WTC before 9/11. There are also numerous images of the Pentagon and Washington, D.C. Also depicted are the Towers of Light in 2002, memorial services, the crash site of Flight 93 in Shanksville, PA, and reactions to 9/11 in various cities. In 2002, here is new york solicited images of the effects of 9/11 and related issues, including the war in Afghanistan, other sites of terrorism, and world events.

Professional photographers in this collection represent the New York Times, the  Washington Post, the  New Yorker, Associated Press, Reuters, Magnum, Getty, Corbis, and other photo agencies. There are also images taken by freelance professional photographers. Here is new york did not distinguish between professionals and amateurs when selecting and inputting photographs.

A number of photographers participated in here is new york's Voices of 9.11 oral history project--see Series II for their testimonies.

Although this collection contains a number of well-known images of 9/11, it does not include some of the iconic photographs, such as three firefighters raising an American flag at Ground Zero or the image known as "the falling man."

The sets of prints in this series were displayed at the original Prince Street location and the Corcoran Gallery exhibition. The Corcoran set was partially composed of images that had been displayed in the Chicago exhibition earlier in 2002.

The numbering system that here is new york used has a number of gaps where no image was assigned, especially a large one from 3556 to 4999. Therefore, although there are 6,254 digital images in the collection, image numbers go up to 8860.

Subseries I: Digital Images

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains the low-resolution digital files created by here is new york from original submissions in various formats. Public access to these images is through a searchable database on the HINY computer terminal in the Library Reading Room. This database was created by N-YHS using here is new york's information and access points. The digital images can be searched or browsed by image number, contributor, or category. Categories were originally created and assigned to images by here is new york (note: not all images were assigned a category or categories). Some images also have information on original format and/or contextual information on the photograph provided by the photographer (or, in a few instances, presumably by here is new york).

There are 6,254 digital images in the database, submitted by over 2,600 contributors. Images were scanned by here is new york using iMac computers and Adobe Photoshop software.

Access to database on HINY computer terminal.

Subseries II: Printed Images

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains printed image sets that were displayed at the original Prince Street location and at the Corcoran Gallery exhibition in Washington, D.C. The Corcoran set was partially composed of images that had been displayed in the Chicago exhibition earlier in 2002. There is some duplication of images between and within the print sets.

The images were not framed for exhibition; instead they were clipped to wires that were strung across the walls and ceiling, with image numbers but without captions or photographer information. See the Hanging Instructions video in Production Dept. files and gallery images in Exhibition Documentation and Staff Photographs for a sense of how the prints were exhibited. The images were printed on Epson paper using Epson printers. The set used for the Corcoran exhibit was primarily created using pigmented inks and higher-quality paper ("Archival Matte Paper").

There are 2,123 prints, arranged by exhibition location, image number, and release status. (When the collection was donated to N-YHS in 2004, all photographers were contacted and asked to sign an additional release. Printed images were then sorted by photographers who signed this release and those who did not respond.) See Printed Images Database for image numbers, photographers, and box location.

This subseries also contains the original image number tags used in the Prince Street exhibition.

Container 1     Title Date
Box: 1 - 13 Prince Street prints
[2001-2002]
Box: 14 - 43 Corcoran prints
[2002]
Box: ART1 Image number tags (Prince Street)
[2001-2002]

Subseries III: Unreturned Photographs

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains original photographs submitted to here is new york that were not returned to contributing photographers. In some cases, notation indicates reasons why the images were not returned. A number of these photos were submitted to here is new york during the Corcoran Gallery exhibition in Washington, D.C.

Access to files on CDs, zip disks, and floppy disks in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series I/Subseries 3

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 44 Folder : 1-8 8.5 x 11 or Smaller [Alpha]
2001-2002, undated
Box: 45 Folder : 1-7 8.5 x 11 or Smaller [Alpha]
2001-2002, undated
Box: 45 Folder : 8 Corcoran Submissions
2002, undated
Box: 46 Folder : 1-3 Corcoran Submissions
2002, undated
Box: 46 Folder : 4-9 Unreturned Photographs
2001-2002, undated
Box: 46 Folder : 10 Missing Photographs [Empty Envelopes]
2001, undated
Box: 69 Folder : 1 Oversize: Separated from 8.5 x11 or smaller
2001, undated
Box: 69 Folder : 2 Oversize: Separated from Box 46, fols 4-7
2001-2002, undated
Box: 69 Folder : 3-4 Oversize: 11x14 and larger
2001-2002, undated
Box: 70 Folder : 1-3 Oversize: 11x14 and larger
2001-2002, undated
Box: 70 Folder : 4-5 Oversize: Oversize Originals
2001-2002,undated
Box: 71 Folder : 1-4 Oversize: Oversize Originals
2001-2002, undated
Box: FLAT FILE1 Oversize: Oversize Originals
2001-2002, undated
Box: CD1 Separated CDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series I/Subseries 3

2001-2002
Box: ZIP1 Separated Zip/Floppy Disks

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on zip disks and floppy disks in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series I/Subseries 3

[2001-2002]

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Series II: Voices of 9.11

Scope and Contents note

In April of 2002, here is new york launched its oral history initiative, Voices of 9.11. Begun initially as a way for here is new york photographers to tell stories of their images, the project quickly expanded to include 9/11 survivors, family members, first responders, medical workers, area residents and workers, and others. A makeshift video booth was erected at here is new york's 1105 Sixth Avenue exhibition. The speaker controlled the recording; there were no time limits or restrictions on subject matter. When the Sixth Avenue location closed in June, the video booth was relocated to the Prince Street gallery. Later locations included Washington, D.C. (at the Corcoran Gallery exhibit), Shanksville, PA (the crash site of United flight 93), Staten Island, and the Pentagon in January 2003. Some of the testimonies were exhibited in the Prince Street gallery, the Corcoran, and the Pentagon.

There are 580 testimonies (some speakers recorded twice), which are not numbered consecutively. Videos are arranged by location of recording, then listed by file number and name of speaker. Files are in Quicktime format and vary in length. See the database on HINY computer terminal (and in finding aid binder) for a complete list of Voices of 9.11 participants, as well as information on recording location and participants' contributions to here is new york and roles in 9/11 (if any). The database was created by N-YHS using primarily information from a here is new york database.

Electronic records for Voices of 9.11 include stills of participants in video booths and office files. Added material includes technical and other information provided by Ruth Sergel, who administered the Voices program for here is new york.

See Series IV. Subseries I for video documentation of the Voices of 9.11 booth and Pentagon project.

Access to Voices of 9.11 testimonies is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series II. Voices of 9.11/Voices Testimonies

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: HD1-14 Voices of 9.11 Testimonies (hard drives)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to Voices of 9.11 testimonies is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series II. Voices of 9.11/Voices Testimonies

Hard drive housing in HD15

2002-2003
Box: 47 Folder : 1 Added material--Voices program info from Ruth Sergel (documents added to collection in 2007) [Files also on HINY Computer Terminal]
[2002]
Box: Electronic Records Video Booth Stills

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

[FILE ACCESS ON HINY COMPUTER TERMINAL]

2002
Box: Electronic Records Voices of 9.11 Office Files

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

[FILE ACCESS ON HINY COMPUTER TERMINAL]

2002-2003
Box: HD15 Hard Drive Housing
Undated
Box: MINIDV1-3 Voices files--Mini-DV back-ups (except Pentagon)
Undated

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Series III: Other Donated Material

Scope and Contents note

This series contains original material donated to here is new york, but not necessarily intended for or used in its photography project or exhibitions. It includes home videos, artwork, music, posters, and non-here is new york exhibit material and images.

Subseries I: Home Videos

Scope and Contents note

Here is new york did not have a formal home video program, but a number of videographers submitted their works in a variety of formats (VHS, CD/DVD, Mini-DV, Beta). Most depict the events of 9/11 in New York City or the aftermath. Some are montages of images, or tributes to the World Trade Center, set to music. There are 39 individual movies in this subseries. In addition, here is new york electronic records contain edited versions of some of these videos, presumably made for gallery display.

Access to files on CDs and VHS tapes in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series III/Subseries 1

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: Electronic Records Home Video & Displays

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series III/Subseries 1

2002-2003
Box: VHS1-4, MINIDV3 VHS/Beta/Mini-DVs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on VHS and other tapes in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series III/Subseries 1

[2001-2002]
Box: CD1 CDs/DVDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs and DVDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series III/Subseries 1

2001
Box: 47 Folder : 2 Home Video: Separated Housing
Undated

Subseries II: Photographs/Images

Scope and Contents note

The bulk of this subseries is hundreds of digital images of the Pentagon submitted on CDs by Michael Garcia, a member of the Pentagon's Defense Protective Service. These images are part of the September 11 Bearing Witness to History Collection at the Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History. Also included in this subseries is material relating to the architectural exhibition "A New World Trade Center" in 2002, and posters relating to 9/11 or the World Trade Center.

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series III/Subseries 2

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 47 Folder : 3 Max Protetech Gallery: A New World Trade Center
[2002]
Box: 47 Folder : 4 Michael Garcia, Pentagon Images: Separated Housing
[2002]
Box: 72 Folder : 1 Oversize: photo montages
2001, undated
Box: FLAT FILE2-3 Oversize: posters
Undated
Box: PHOTO1 Rolled images
Undated
Box: CD1 CDs/DVDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series III/Subseries 2

2001-2002

Subseries III: Music

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains six music CDs, some of which are mixes of previously released songs, and some of which contain original music created about September 11.

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series III/Subseries 3

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 47 Folder : 5 Music CDs: Separated Housing
Undated
Box: CD1 Music CDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series III/Subseries 3

[2001-2002]

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Series IV: Documentation of Exhibitions

Subseries I: Photographs and Videos of Exhibitions

Scope and Contents note

This subseries includes photographs and videos of here is new york exhibitions, mostly at the original Prince Street location and the 2002 Chicago show. Chicago photo albums also include staff outings. Images were taken by here is new york staff and outside photographers. Photos of European exhibits can also be found in Series V, Subseries 1: Mark Lubell Office Files (London folder).

Also included in this subseries are videos of here is new york's 1105 Sixth Avenue location, the Corcoran exhibition, the projection of images on the Astrovision in Times Square, and the Voices of 9.11 project at the Pentagon (see "hiny Documentation"). For specific information on how here is new york mounted exhibitions, see "Hanging Instructions" movie in the Production Department's electronic files (Series V).

Access to files on CDs and electronic records in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series IV/Subseries 1

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 47 Folder : 6-8 Prince Street (by Chris Cawley)
2001
Box: 47 Folder : 9 Prince Street: Clinton visit (Chris Cawley)
2001
Box: 47 Folder : 10 Prince Street (Marcee Raffel)
[2002]
Box: 47 Folder : 11 Chicago: Photo album #1 (Maggie Berkvist)
2002
Box: 47 Folder : 12 Chicago: Photo album #2 (Maggie Berkvist)
2002
Box: 47 Folder : 13-15 Chicago
2002, [2002]
Box: 72 Folder : 2-3 Oversize: Prince Street/ICP (includes Clinton visit) [separated from "Brenda Manes: Chicago Snaps"]
2001, undated
Box: 72 Folder : 4 Oversize: Chicago ["Brenda Manes: Chicago Snaps"]
[2002]
Box: 72 Folder : 5 Oversize: Other exhibits [separated from "Brenda Manes: Chicago Snaps"]
Undated
Box: CD1 CDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series IV/Subseries 1

2001-2002
Box: Electronic Records hiny Documentation

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

[FILE ACCESS ON HINY COMPUTER TERMINAL]

[2002-2003]
Box: Mini-DV3 HINY DOCUMENTATION

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

[FILE ACCESS ON HINY COMPUTER TERMINAL]

[2002-2003]

Subseries II: Supporting Material/Exhibit Ephemera

Scope and Contents note

The bulk of this subseries is exhibit signage from various here is new york shows. Also included are slideshows and montages of material on CDs that were presumably screened at exhibitions or outdoor projections.

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series IV/Subseries 2

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 47 Folder : 16 Exhibit Handouts: Tokyo
2002
Box: 47 Folder : 17 HINY Slideshows: Separated housing
2002
Box: 72 Folder : 6 Oversize: Exhibit signage [Prince Street]
Undated
Box: 72 Folder : 7 Oversize: Exhibit signage, Corcoran
Undated
Box: ART3 Oversize: Exhibit signage, Germany
Undated
Box: FLAT FILE1,3 Oversize: Exhibit signage, Japan; E.B. White quote
Undated
Box: CD2 CDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series IV/Subseries 2

2001-2002
Box: ROLLED Banners: Chicago
[2002]

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Series V: Office Files

Scope and Contents note

This series contains the supporting files of here is new york that document the internal workings of the organization. The files are arranged into subseries primarily reflecting key here is new york individuals and departments, especially public relations and print production. Also included are here is new york correspondence, staff photographs, and ephemera.

Voices of 9.11 contains oral history testimonies of several here is new york staff members, including founders Michael Shulan and Charles Traub. See Series II.

There are no office files for here is new york founders.

Photographer and other releases are restricted to N-YHS staff use only.

Subseries I: Mark Lubell Files

Scope and Contents note

Mark Lubell was hired in 2002 as a business manager. The bulk of Lubell's files deal with here is new york exhibitions, including planning, agreements, contracts, finances, and travel plans. Other files concern here is new york finances, development, and dissolution. Lubell's CDs and DVDs include promotional material, music, and images from the collection. His VHS cassettes contain video documentation of here is new york exhibits and events (including Bill Clinton's visit to the Prince Street gallery), promotional material and documentaries about here is new york, and other videos related to 9/11.

Access to files on CDs and VHS tapes in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 1

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 48 Folder : 1 Exhibition Files: Arles/Paris
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 2 Exhibition Files: Boca Raton
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 3-4 Exhibition Files: Chicago
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 5 Exhibition Files: Dublin
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 6 Exhibition Files: Germany
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 7 Exhibition Files: Houston--Fotofest
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 8-10 Exhibition Files: Japan
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 11 Exhibition Files: London--The Guardian [Includes photos of other European exhibits]
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 12 Exhibition Files: Louisville--Louisville Free Public Library
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 13 Exhibition Files: Minneapolis
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 14 Exhibition Files: New Jersey--Richard Stockton College
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 15 Exhibition Files: Ohio--Marietta College
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 16 Exhibition Files: Russia
2003
Box: 48 Folder : 17 Exhibition Files: San Diego
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 18 Exhibition Files: Tampa
2002
Box: 48 Folder : 19 Exhibition Files: Troy, N.Y.
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 1 Exhibition Files: Washington, D.C.
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 2 Exhibition Files: Zurich
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 3 Exhibition Files: Madame Tussaud's, New York
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 4-5 Exhibition Files: General
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 6 Exhibition Files: Sample contract
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 7 Prince Street: Equipment loan
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 8 Prince Street: Image list
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 9 Telerama--Paris
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 10 HINY Dissolution--Strategic planning
2002, [2002]
Box: 49 Folder : 11 HINY Dissolution--Appraisal/Donations
2003
Box: 49 Folder : 12 Exhibition Reimbursed Expenses
2003
Box: 49 Folder : 13 Financial Documents
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 14 Financial Statements
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 15 Tax Documents
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 16 Fundraising/Development
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 17 Ground Zero Memorial
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 18 Correspondence
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 19 Notes/Postcards
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 20 Personnel/Contacts
2002, undated
Box: 49 Folder : 21 Brendan Gill Prize
2002
Box: 49 Folder : 22 Photographs
2001
Box: 49 Folder : 23 HINY Promotional Material
[2002]
Box: 49 Folder : 24 Promotional Material--Other
2002
Box: CD2 CDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 1

2001-2002
Box: VHS5 VHS tapes

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on VHS tapes in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 1

2002, undated

Subseries II: Public Relations

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains material related to here is new york publicity and media relations, including press kits, clippings, and periodicals. Also included are office files of two PR staff members, as well as material pertaining to the publication of here is new york's book in 2002. CDs and DVDs contain here is new york images, footage of here is new york television press coverage, press kit and publicity material, and photos of here is new york exhibits and events. VHS tapes contain press coverage of here is new york in the U.S., Europe, and Japan.

Access to files on CDs and VHS tapes in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 2

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 50 Folder : 1-7 Photo Requests
2002
Box: 50 Folder : 8 SCALO--Serialization Rights
2002
Box: 51 Folder : 1-2 SCALO--Serialization Rights
2002
Box: 51 Folder : 3-4 Indemnification Forms--Media
2001-2002
Box: 51 Folder : 5 Chicago Exhibit--Preview briefing book
2002
Box: 51 Folder : 6 Chicago Exhibit--Media coverage
2002
Box: 51 Folder : 7-8 Amy Wentz files
2002, undated
Box: 52 Folder : 1-3 Stephanie Schenppe files
2001-2002
Box: 52 Folder : 4 Bid
2002
Box: 52 Folder : 5 Publicity Photos: Book
[2002]
Box: 52 Folder : 6 Press Kit Components and Press Releases
2002
Box: 52 Folder : 7-9 Press Kit Components
2001-2002, undated
Box: 53 Folder : 1 Press Kit Components
2001-2002, undated
Box: 53 Folder : 2-3 Press Kits
2002, [2002]
Box: 53 Folder : 4 Press Kits--Chicago
2002, [2002]
Box: 53 Folder : 5-6 Press Kits--Corcoran
2002, [2002]
Box: 53 Folder : 7 Press Kits--Various contents/Incomplete
2002, [2002]
Box: 54 Folder : 1-3 Press Kits--Various contents/Incomplete
2002, [2002]
Box: 54 Folder : 4-7 Press Clippings--Binder
2001-2002
Box: 54 Folder : 8-9 Press Clippings/Releases
2002
Box: 54 Folder : 10 Magazines--Domestic
2001-2002
Box: 55 Folder : 1-2 Magazines--Domestic
2001-2002
Box: 55 Folder : 3 Magazines--Foreign--British
2001
Box: 55 Folder : 4 Magazines--Foreign--French
2002
Box: 55 Folder : 5-6 Magazines--Foreign--German
2002
Box: 55 Folder : 7 Magazines--Foreign--Japanese
2001, 2002
Box: 55 Folder : 8 Magazines--Foreign--Dutch
2002
Box: 55 Folder : 9 9-11 Meditations at the Center of the World
2002
Box: 55 Folder : 10 Exhibit/Award Brochures and Newsletters
2002
Box: 56 Folder : 1 Exhibit Promotional Cards
[2001, 2002]
Box: 56 Folder : 2 September 11th Fund Brochures
[2002]
Box: 56 Folder : 3 Children's Aid Society Annual Report
2002
Box: 72 Folder : 8 Oversize: Periodicals
2002
Box: 72 Folder : 9 Oversize: Exhibit Brochures--ICP
[2002]
Box: 72 Folder : 10 Oversize: Clippings
[2001]
Box: 72 Folder : 11-13 Oversize: Duplicates
[2001]
Box: OV-NEWS Oversize: Newspapers, complete
2002
Box: CD2 CDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs tapes in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 2

2001-2002
Box: VHS5-7 VHS tapes

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on VHS tapes in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 2

2001-2002, undated

Subseries III: Production Department

Scope and Contents note

The Production Department (also known as the Print Department) created prints for sale and exhibition. Much of this department's files relates to specific exhibits and includes image lists and contact sheets. Other office files in this subseries pertain to special orders, specific databases, and equipment. CDs contain mostly images for exhibits, print databases, and instructions for hanging here is new york shows. Production Department artifacts include a pair of handling gloves and 3-D glasses.

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 3

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 56 Folder : 4-5 Production Folder
2001-2002
Box: 56 Folder : 6 Print Production Early Files [Lara McPherson files]
2001-2002
Box: 56 Folder : 7 Exhibition Files: Berlin
2002
Box: 56 Folder : 8 Exhibition Files: Boca Raton
2002
Box: 56 Folder : 9 Exhibition Files: Chicago
2002
Box: 56 Folder : 10 Exhibition Files: Corcoran
2002
Box: 56 Folder : 11 Exhibition Files: Daytona
[2002]
Box: 56 Folder : 12 Exhibition Files: Las Vegas
2002
Box: 56 Folder : 13 Exhibition Files: Minnesota
2002
Box: 56 Folder : 14 Exhibition Files: Ohio
2002
Box: 56 Folder : 15 Exhibition Files: San Diego
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 1 Exhibition Files: Tampa
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 2 Exhibition Files:[Troy, N.Y.], Fulton St.
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 3 Exhibition Files: Traveling Exhibit Print List
2001
Box: 57 Folder : 4 Exhibition Files: Traveling Show Documents
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 5 HBO
Undated
Box: 57 Folder : 6 Lake Geneve Order
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 7 Special Order Requests
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 8 Book
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 9-10 HINY Prospectus
2002, [2002]
Box: 57 Folder : 11 Print Dept. Inventory
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 12 Scanning and Retouch Lists
Undated
Box: 57 Folder : 13 Missing Images Database
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 14 Internet Comments
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 15 Correspondence/Photo Requests
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 16 Jacob Peck Digital Fulfillment
2001
Box: 57 Folder : 17 Media Kits
[2002]
Box: 57 Folder : 18 Print Dept. and Office Wall Art
2002, undated
Box: 57 Folder : 19 Calendars
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 20 Epson Invoices
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 21 Fed Ex Deliveries
2002
Box: 57 Folder : 22 Uline Supply Catalog
2001
Box: 73 Folder : 1 Oversize: Exhibit Catalogs/Contact Sheets--500 Print Show
2002
Box: 73 Folder : 2 Oversize: Exhibit Catalogs/Contact Sheets--Chicago
2002
Box: 73 Folder : 3 Oversize: Exhibit Catalogs/Contact Sheets--Las Vegas [full size prints]
Undated
Box: 73 Folder : 4 Oversize: Exhibit Catalogs/Contact Sheets--Arles
[2002]
Box: 73 Folder : 5 Oversize: Exhibit Catalogs/Contact Sheets--Berlin, Boca Raton, Ohio, Tampa
2002
Box: 73 Folder : 6 Oversize: Exhibit Catalogs/Contact Sheets--Firefighters, Flight 93, Pentagon, Scalo, Elton John
2002, undated
Box: 73 Folder : 7-9 Oversize: Exhibit Catalogs/Contact Sheets--Other/Unknown
2002, undated
Box: 73 Folder : 10-11 Oversize: Original Prints
2001, undated
Box: 74 Folder : 1 Oversize: HINY Prospectus
[2002]
Box: 74 Folder : 2 Oversize: Print Dept. and Office Wall Art
Undated
Box: FLAT FILE1 Oversize
Undated
Box: CD3 CDs

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CDs in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 3 (EXCEPT- HINY images for 500 Print Show- 17 CDs)

2001-2002
Box: ART2 Artifacts: White gloves, 3-D glasses
Undated
Box: WTC1 6 copies of DVD WTC: The First Twenty-Four Hours (see Series VI)
2001

Subseries IV: Digital Archives Department

Scope and Contents note

Bulk are image databases and inventories.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 58 Folder : 1-3 Image Databases/Inventories; Office Files
2001-2002

Subseries V: Intake Department

Scope and Contents note

The intake department accepted and processed donated images.

Access to files on the CD in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 5

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 58 Folder : 4 Submission Guidelines
2001
Box: CD3 1 CD - images [separated from releases]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on the CD in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 5

2002

Subseries VI: Correspondence

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence from here is new york concerns funding, former President Bill Clinton's visit, and the here is new york book. The letters and emails in this subseries are primarily from photographers, exhibit-goers, and well-wishers.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 58 Folder : 5 HINY to others
2001-2002
Box: 58 Folder : 6 To HINY
2001-2002
Box: 58 Folder : 7 Re: Book
2002
Box: 58 Folder : 8-9 General
2001-2002
Box: 58 Folder : 10 Memo
Undated [2002]

Subseries VII: Staff Photographs

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains mainly images of here is new york staff members and volunteers. The bulk is printed photographs, but there are also several digital images. Also included are group photos of ~ 400 here is new york photographers, taken April 2002 at a party for the photographers at the 1105 Sixth Avenue location. The CD in this subseries has images of photographer Chris Callis taking this group photographer photo. Here is new york staff members and volunteers can also be seen in some photographs of exhibits in Series IV (especially Chicago photo albums).

For videos of HINY staff and volunteers see "hiny Documentation" electronic file in Series IV. Subseries I. Some workers also participated in the Voices of 9.11 project (Series II); the Voices database identifies HINY staff and volunteers.

Access to files on CD in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 7

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 58 Folder : 11-12 Group Photos
2002
Box: 58 Folder : 13-17 Staff Events/At Work
2001-2002, undated
Box: 58 Folder : 18 Infinity Awards
2002
Box: 59 Folder : 1-2 Group Photo: Photographers
2002
Box: 59 Folder : 3-4 Ground Zero and area [taken by staff?]
2001, undated
Box: 74 Folder : 3 Oversize
Undated
Box: CD3 CD

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Access to files on CD in this subseries is on HINY computer terminal at: HINY Collection Series I, III-V/Series V/Subseries 7

2002
Box: Electronic Records hiny group photo & text 4.1.02

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

[FILE ACCESS ON HINY COMPUTER TERMINAL]

2002
Box: Electronic Records HINY staff

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

[FILE ACCESS ON HINY COMPUTER TERMINAL]

2001-2002

Subseries VIII: Ephemera/Artifacts

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains brochures of ceremonies for two awards won by here is new york (Brendan Gill Award and Cornell Capa Award) in 2002. Also included are office ephemera and artifacts including a patriotic mirror, flags, an album recording of E.B. White's "Here is New York," and VHS tapes unrelated to 9/11.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 59 Folder : 5 Award Brochures
2002
Box: 59 Folder : 6-9 Office Ephemera
2001-2002, undated
Box: ART2-3 Artifacts
Undated
Box: VHS7 Videos: A Cry from the Grave; Tony Bennett special
1996, undated

Subseries IX: Releases

Scope and Contents note

Includes original releases for images, Voices of 9.11, home videos, and the here is new york book. Arranged by project, then alphabetically. There are unfiled releases in the beginning of some sections. Voices of 9.11 releases are labeled Video Booth.

RELEASES RESTRICTED TO N-YHS STAFF USE ONLY

Container 1     Title Date
Box: 59-68 Releases
2001-2003

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Series VI: WTC: The First Twenty-Four Hours

Scope and Contents note

DVDs and VHS copies of WTC: The First Twenty-Four Hours, directed by Etienne Sauret and David Carrara (72 DVDs, 1 VHS). Here is new york was not involved in the production of this film. Copies were sold for charitable purposes at some here is new york exhibitions.

Public access copies available; DVD can be played on HINY computer terminal.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: CD3 2 public access copies of DVD
2001
Box: WTC1 65 DVDs, 1 VHS
2001
Box: WTC2 5 defective, returned DVDs
2001
Box: 75 Folder : 1 Housing for 2 public access copies
2001
Box: 75 Folder : 2 Return invoice--Buchhandlung Walther Konig gallery, Berlin
2002

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Series VII: Added Material

Scope and Contents note

This series contains material related to the here is new york project, but not created by the original organization or for original exhibitions. Here is new york images continue to be exhibited.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 75 Folder : 3 Louisville Free Public Library: Exhibit Responses [copies] Donated by Louisville Free Public Library, 2006
2006
Box: 75 Folder : 4 The New-York Historical Society: Exhibit Transcripts of Voices of 9.11 testimonies used in exhibit "Here is New York: Remembering 9/11" (testimonies were edited for exhibition)
2007

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