In May, 2009, families of 9/11 victims received a packet like this one so they could verify the spelling of their loved ones’ names as well as request adjacencies. Adjacency requests were to allow the names of victims who had relationships to be positioned near one another on the 9/11 Memorial.
Perfect photograph depicting the core of one of the towers including the elevator shafts. On 9/11, Welles Crowther went down the South Tower from 104 to 78, carried a woman on his shoulder from 78 to 61, THEN WENT BACK UP TO 78, then down a few flights and back up to 78. Eventually, he made it down to the lobby but only after saving at least 8 people during his travels.
After 47 years, Boston College decided to bring back a live eagle mascot. Hundreds of names were narrowed down to five and, following a social media vote, BC’s eagle was named … Welles.