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Name Williams, Deborah Lynn
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Image of Program for Interfaith Memorial Service, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. - Program

Program for Interfaith Memorial Service, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. - Program

Program for Interfaith Memorial Service, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. Single 8-1/2" x 11" leaf folded to 4 pages. A service held at 8 AM to commemorate the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy and to memorialize the victims from Hoboken. A dedication ceremony not listed on the program immediately followed the end of the program. It was for a temporary memorial installed in the park.

Image of Poster for Interfaith Memorial Service, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. - Poster

Poster for Interfaith Memorial Service, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. - Poster

Poster for Interfaith Memorial Service, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, Pier A Park, Hoboken. Single 8-1/2" x 11" leaf. A service held at 8 AM to commemorate the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy and to memorialize the victims from Hoboken. A dedication ceremony not listed on the poster immediately followed the end of the program. It was for a temporary memorial installed in the park.

Image of Printout of weblog "Flag Day" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re dedication of The Deborah Williams Memorial Playground, Hoboken, Oct. 12, 2002. - Documents

Printout of weblog "Flag Day" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re dedication of The Deborah Williams Memorial Playground, Hoboken, Oct. 12, 2002. - Documents

Printout of weblog "Flag Day" by Robert P. Guglielmetti re dedication of The Deborah Williams Memorial Playground at the western side of Columbus Park, Hoboken, Oct. 12, 2002. Two leaves, 8-1/2" x 11" from www.rumblestrip.org, printed on June 14, 2003. (Although printout states 3 pages, only the first two pages are present.) Recounts the dedication of a park to a victim of the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attack. Centered on the Memorial Flag produced by the Glenwood Primary School of Rome, Georgia including its immediate history. The author also discusses his personal witnessing of the attack, reactions and activities with his wife, Brenda King, and others.