9/11 Museum, New York

Segment of radio and television antenna from top of North Tower in 9-11 Museum - photo by Rob McFarland
Segment of radio and television antenna from top of North Tower in 9-11 Museum – photo by Rob McFarland

The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia – June 7, 2014

Of the thousands of artefacts in the new 9/11 Museum, it is the small, everyday items that are the most potent: the charred contents of a visiting English businessman’s wallet, a pair of ballet slippers belonging to Boston Investor Services employee Maile Hale. They personalise the tragedy, make it relatable and distil it from something overwhelming and incomprehensible to something that could have happened to someone you knew.

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Published by Rob McFarland

Hi! I'm an award-winning travel writer who divides his time between Sydney, the US and Europe. I regularly speak at travel events and have helped hundreds of aspiring travel writers, PR professionals and tourism operators through my writing courses.

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