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Flight 93 memorial will ring out for heroes - Press Herald

SHANKSVILLE, Pa. — The heroism of airline passengers and crew who died when hijackers crashed their plane into a Pennsylvania field was remembered Sunday with the dedication of a concrete-and-steel tower that will ring with wind chimes for every... Relatives of the 40 people killed during the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, helped ring eight of what will eventually be 40 aluminum chimes at the Flight 93 National Memorial site, and former Gov. Tom Ridge said the Tower of Voices will be “an everlasting concert by our heroes. The dedication occurred nearly 17 years after passengers on the hijacked flight from New Jersey to California fought back against a band of terrorists who then crashed the jetliner into a rural field. Officials concluded the terrorists were aiming the Boeing 757 toward Washington, to be used as an enormous airborne weapon. It was “the day that lives were lost so that other lives were saved. And heroes were made over the skies of Shanksville,” said Ridge, who served as the first secretary of the Homeland Security Department when it was created after 9/11. The roughly 93-foot structure represents the final phase of the Flight 93... Each chime generates a distinctive sound, and rows of trees that ring the site symbolize sound waves. “Together their voices will ring out into perpetuity, with this beautiful Somerset County, Pennsylvania, wind,” park Superintendent Stephen Clark said. The national park at the crash site, about 2 miles north of Shanksville, also includes a memorial plaza, dedicated on the 10th anniversary in 2011, and a visitor’s center that opened three years ago. As a cold, driving rain pelted the hills, memorial architect Paul Murdoch spoke of the plan, which uses the wind to activate the chimes. The remaining chimes are expected to be installed in the coming weeks. “These chimes respond to unanswered cries of voices not spoken again, but remembered in the vibrations of a monumental tower,” Murdoch said. 11 attacks, when terrorists seized control of four planes. They flew two of them into the World Trade Center skyscrapers in New York and the fourth into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, just across the Potomac River from Washington, D. C. “These guys are the real heroes,” said retired truck driver... “They didn’t sign up – they’re not a cop, they’re not a firefighter. The Flight 93 passengers learned in mid-flight they had been hijacked and responded heroically, declaring “let’s roll” as they confronted their adversaries inside the plane. Thirteen passengers on the plane made a combined 37 phone calls during the attack, getting information about the other three hijackings and crashes. “When they learned that, it galvanized them as a group,” Clark said. “They said, ‘We’re not going back to any airport. As some passengers apparently tried to storm the cabin, the hijacker at the controls then rolled the plane, trying to throw them off balance, before the aircraft became inverted and crashed at 563 mph on the edge of a reclaimed strip mine at 10:30... Hemlocks are used as symbols throughout the memorial’s design, including the tower. A 17-ton sandstone marks the impact site, located within a 44-acre fenced-off area of the field where crash debris landed, referred to as the “sacred ground. ” Access to that part of the park is limited to family members of the passengers and crew. Four 40-foot containers of remaining debris from the crashed airplane were buried there during a private ceremony on June 21. The memorial was funded with $46 million from 110,000 private donors, including $6 million to design and build the Tower...


  1. “Together their voices will ring out into perpetuity, with this beautiful Somerset County, Pennsylvania, wind,” park Superintendent Stephen Clark said. The national park at the crash site, about 2 miles north of Shanksville, also includes a memorial
  2. “We definitely don't want to go back to the pre-vaccine era,” said Dr. Stephen Clark, a family practice physician at Intermountain River Road Family Medicine in St. George. “Vaccines are an important part of preventative health care. They prevent some
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Stephen Carlton Clark - Wikipedia
Stephen Carlton Clark (August 29, 1882 – September 17, 1960) was an American art collector, businessman, newspaper publisher and philanthropist.

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[ This Photograph was: Identify the Painter (2) ] Auguste Renoir French, 1841-1919 Detail from: Still Life with Peaches , 1881 Oil on canvas Signed and dated (lower right): Renoir.81 Reviewers of the 1882 Impressiionist exhibition were dazzled by this “very appealing” still life of “a certain fruit bowl of Peaches , whose velvety execution verges on a trompe l’oeil.” Painted the previous summer at the country house of his patron Paul Berard, it is one of two still lifes that feature the same faïence jardinière; the other version also belongs to the Metropolitan Museum. Bequest of Stephen C. Clark, 1960 61.101.12
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Adams-Normandie Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) We began our adventure to ANNA (Adams-Normandie Historic Preservation Overlay Zone) at our former favorite old haunt, La Barca, for Carne Asada and Carnitas Burritos. After a very unsatisfying lunch (they’ve gone down hill since we were last there several years ago) we headed into ANNA with a goal to photograph the Van Buren National Register Historic District. Along the way we found some wonderful things: ghost signs, a house moved from the West Adams Heights neighborhood a few blocks away, two worn and aging grand dames on West Adams Boulevard, a wonderful hidden estate on Budlong (now sadly carved into apartments), and more than a few fabulous houses on Raymond and (of course) Van Buren. 01. Commercial Building, 1907 to 1913 1419 W 24th St T. Widd’s Sub “Dye Works and Trading Co.” reads the ghost sign. A little lower is, “Suits Dresses, and _____.” 02. Commercial Building, 1912 to 1920 1425 W 24th St T. Widd’s Sub The...
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Most Łańcuchowy Széchenyi'ego (Széchenyi Lánchíd), widok z Zamku Królewskiego w Budzie, Budapeszt, 30 sierpnia 2011 r. Most Łańcuchowy, otwarty 20 listopada 1849 r., był pierwszym stałym mostem na Dunaju, łączącym Budę i Peszt. Został nazwany imieniem Istvána Széchenyi'ego - inicjatora budowy. Projekt mostu wykonał William Tierney Clark, a budowniczym - Adam Clark. W czasie II wojny światowej most został wysadzony przez Wehrmacht, a ponowne otwarcie nastąpiło w 20 listopada 1949 r. (w 100. rocznicę powstania). ** The Széchenyi Chain Bridge (Széchenyi Lánchíd), view from the Buda Royal Castle, Budapest, August 30, 2011 The Chain Bridge, opened on November 20, 1849, was the first permanent bridge across the Danube between Buda and Pest. It is named after István Széchenyi - a major supporter of its construction. The bridge was designed by William Tierney Clark and built by Adam Clark. During the World War II the bridge was damaged by the Wehrmacht and the reopening took place on...

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