M01-15 - WORLD TRADE CENTER / PENTAGON 9-11-01 COLLECTION

Chronological Timeline:

In the early morning hours of September 11, 2001, at 8:45 Eastern Standard Time, American Airlines flight 11 out of Boston Massachusetts broke from its routine flight plan and crashed into the North tower of the World Trade Center.   The sight of this was horrifying as regular programming was interrupted to place live views onto the screen.

9:03      Eastern Standard Time, United Airlines flight 175 out of Boston Massachusetts deviated from its flight plan and crashed into the South tower of the World Trade Center sending a plume of smoke in the air and debris to the surface of the streets.  For a second time, the Twin Towers were struck with a massive commercial passenger plane.  With this collision it was quickly ascertained that this was an immediate threat against National Security and Terrorist must be responsible.

9:17      Eastern Standard Time, the Federal Aviation Administration closes the air space over New York City, and begins diverting air traffic to other hubs across the nation.

9:21      Eastern Standard Time, the New York Port Authority closes access to all bridges, tunnels, roads, rail-ways, ship-ports, and subways.  This was necessary to help stop the flow of people in, and most importantly help control the wide spread panic and hysteria sweeping across New York.  This also removed terrorist or would-be terrorist from vital escape routes through the city.  Only fire and rescue vehicles gained access and were allowed to travel.

9:40      Eastern Standard Time, the FAA sets a precedent, for the first time ever all air travel is halted over the United States.  At the time this action was taken, all airplanes were grounded leaving only 50 flights still in air.  These flights were diverted to other international airports.

9:43      Eastern Standard Time, American Airlines flight 77 runs off course and slams into the upper echelon of the United States Military, the Pentagon.

9:45      Eastern Standard Time, the White House is evacuated.  At the time, President George W. Bush Jr. was speaking at an Elementary school in the state of Florida.

9:57      Eastern Standard Time, President George W. Bush Jr. is notified about the World Trade Center and Pentagon attack.  He promptly leaves Florida in Air Force One and begins evasive maneuvers and tactical patterns that are standard operational procedures during a National Crisis or concern of safety for the President and the integrity of the American Government.

10:05      Eastern Standard Time, the South Tower of the World Trade Center collapses due to the stress and strain on the foundation structure.  It was reported that more than likely the damage might have been magnified by the jet fuel burning. Because jet fuel burns at a much higher Fahrenheit, it literally melted the structure to the point of collapse.  This may be contributed to the fact that the fires were fanned with an abundance of fuel.  The aircraft had recently been re-fueled in Boston.

10:08      the Secret Service was noticeably visible on scenes in Washington D.C. and New York City.  These Secret Service men were carrying Automatic Rifles and other Militaristic weapons.  Many were dispatched to watch and guard Memorial structures.

10:10      Eastern Standard Time, United Airlines flight 93 crashes into Pennsylvania.  During this crisis a portion of the Pentagon collapses at the exact same time.

10:13      Eastern Standard Time, the United Nations evacuates.

10:28      Eastern Standard Time, the North Tower, which was the first tower attacked, collapses and mixes with the already collapsed South tower causing massive death and destruction to fireman, rescue workers, police and other agencies on the scene.

10:45      Eastern Standard Time, All Federal buildings are evacuated due to safety protocol.

10:46      Eastern Standard Time, Colin Powell, Secretary of State, is informed of the attack and cuts his trip to Latin America short.  He returns back to the United States, where tactical procedures are taken to ensure his safety.

10:48      Eastern Standard Time, the commercial airliner that crashed in Pennsylvania is confirmed by the Airline and Government officials.

11:18      Eastern Standard Time, United Airlines and American Airlines report that they had lost the planes from radar earlier that morning.  The magnitude of this report shows the American citizens that guidelines and changes must be made to the aviation industries policies and procedures.  At this time, they also report that there may still be even more planes unaccounted for.

12:15      Eastern Standard Time, the major borders between the countries of Canada and Mexico are closed and put on a precedent setting highest alert ever in American History.

1:04      Eastern Standard Time, the entire nation of America is put on the Highest Alert possible.  These actions began to trickle down and effect the everyday small community lifestyle.  Police Departments are placed on alerts. The Fire and Rescue divisions are placed on alert.  Emergency management meetings are in progress.  Economic issues of fuel supplies and costs are being perpetuated through small communities.  Every one begins to feel the threat of panic.  Children are watching the reactions of adults and begin formulating thoughts of their own.  Society begins to understand how we take advantage of peace, prosperity, and security of the nation.  Military members all over the world are placed on high alert as embassy's barricade and lock themselves behind closed walls.  Other nations begin watching the devastation taking place in America and wonder about their own security measures.  Throughout the day the nation as a whole is grief stricken, shocked, dismayed and angry at what happened.  Newspapers begin running special editions, and second editions while television cameras are placed around ground zero, the White House, the Pentagon, the New York Stock Exchange, as state governments begin squirming desperately to understand how this is going to effect their local governments.

8:30      Eastern Standard Time, President George W. Bush Jr. addresses the Nation.  This speech is designed to inform the nation of the events which have taken place, empathize with citizens who are missing loved ones, to ensure the American people that the integrity of the United States Government is intact and that that Security of the Nation will not be compromised.  From this day forward President George W. Bush Jr. changes the direction of his administration and proclaims the "War on Terrorism" campaign.  President George W. Bush Jr. who set the precedent for having the lowest approval rating ever is catapulted to heroic integrity and the highest approval rating of any American President.

Collection Process

This collection was produced through the special efforts and guidance of Jimmy Bryant, Director of UCA Archives & Special Collections, Assistant Archivist, David Bowie, and staff assistant, Betty Osborn; student workers, Sarah Langford, Artency Davis, Michelle Strouse, Cody Johnson and Cindy Frase.

Utilizing various media types, the University of Central Arkansas Archives has managed to produce a comprehensive and valuable collection.  This collection includes such media types as County Newspapers, State Newspapers and National Newspapers spanning the coastlines of America.  Articles produced and circulated at ground zero, and with the rising age of the Internet as a news media type, factual information was ascertained for future researchers.

Personal accounts were taken into consideration and added to the collection.  Several of these accounts are from eyewitnesses of the collapse of the World Trade Center, Rescuer accounts and those who traveled the distance to New York to help in anyway possible.  These accounts are testimonials as to the mood of the nation, before, during, and after the attack on American Soil.  Various schools in small local communities were asked to write their reactions to the devastating tragedies, which unfolded on September 11, 2001.  These writings contain information that may be ascertained as to the effect on home life, community, nationality, ethnicity, religious beliefs, common practices, educational changes, national security, homeland defense, and just their preferences to changes for the future and what they may expect.  Many of these accounts come from Universities, High Schools, Jr. Highs, Elementary Schools, and Professionals in the community.  Keeping all of these factors in mind, future researchers may be able to obtain valuable information as to how this event was perceived through the various stages of age and education.  Questions such as; "Were the views more so that of the individual or did they adopt or conform to views other than their own?"  Views such as family life, religious teachings, educational based, etc.

Information was also collected on the person who was publicly name responsible, instigated and planned this attack; Osama Bin Laden.  Although there was very little information known, steps have been taken to insure that the information that was collected is factual, accurate and reflects society at the time collected.

 

Arrangement

Series I

Sub-Series I - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Newspaper Collection

Sub-Series II - Log Cabin Democrat Newspaper Collection

Sub-Series III - Various Arkansas News Media Collection

Sub-Series IV - National News Media, Newspaper Collection

Sub-Series V - New York Times, Newspaper Collection

Sub-Series VI - Miscellaneous Newspapers

Series II - Internet Media News Service Bulletins and Reports

Series III - Personal Accounts and Testimonials

Series IV - Osama Bin Laden information and Biography

 

Series I

Sub-Series I

Box I

File 1A-USA Patriot Act (Public Law 107-56) of 2001: passed in response to Terrorism to the USA on 09-11-2001

File 1B-“UCA Archives Collects Documents on Terrorist Attacks”-  The Echo (UCA Newspaper) Oct. 04, 2001

“Terror’s Record:  UCA Archivist preserves accounts of America’s Terrible Day” - thecabin.net – March1, 2002

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Parade Magazine, Photo: Statue of  Liberty

File 2-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Sept. 11, 2001

File 3-Arkasnas Democrat-Gazette, Sept. 12-13, 2001

File 4-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Sept. 14-15, 2001

File 5-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Sept. 16-20, 2001

File 6-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Sept. 21-25, 2001

File 7-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Sept, 26-30, 2001

File 8-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oct. 01-05, 2001

File 9-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oct. 06-10, 2001

File 10-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oct. 11-15, 2001

End of Box 1

 

 

Series I 

Sub-Series I

Box 2

File 1 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oct. 16-20, 2001

File 2 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oct. 21-25, 2001

File 3 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Oct. 26-31, 2001

File 4 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Nov. 01-05. 2001

File 5 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Nov. 06-10, 2001

File 6 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Nov. 11-15, 2001

File 7 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Nov. 16-20, 2001

File 8 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Nov. 21-25, 2001

End of Box 2

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series I

Box 3

File 1 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Nov. 26-30, 2001

File 2 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Dec. 01-05, 2001

File 3 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Dec. 06-11, 2001

File 4 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Dec. 12-16, 2001

File 5 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Dec. 18-22, 2001

File 6 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Dec. 23-27, 2001

File 7 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Dec. 28-31, 2001

File 8 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Jan. 01-05, 2002

File 9 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Jan. 06-10, 2002

End of Box 3

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series I

Box 4

File 1 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Jan. 11-15, 2002

File 2 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Jan. 16-23, 2002

File 3 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Jan. 24-31, 2002

File 4 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Feb. 01-15, 2002

File 5 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Feb. 16-28, 2002

File 6 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Mar. 01-11, 2002 – 6-month anniversary of 9-11 Attacks

File 7 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Mar. 10-31, 2002

File 8 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, April 01-30, 2002

File 9 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, May 01-31, 2002

File 10-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, June 02-15, 2002

File 11-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, June 16-30, 2002

File 12-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, July 01-15, 2002

File 13-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, July 16-31, 2002

End of Box 4

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series I

Box 5

File 1 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Aug. 03-28, 2002

File 2 – Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Sept. 2002

File 3 – Parade Magazine: from Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Aug. 18, 2002 – "First U.S. Casualty in Afghanistan: Johnny 'Mike' Spann; Nov. 25, 2001"

File 4 – 2 copies – Arkansas Democrat Gazette – March 20-21, 2003 – “U.S. Strike in Iraq” and “Combat Units Enter Iraq”

File 5 – USA Today “September 11th, For the Record” Sept. 10, 2002

End of Box 5

End of Sub-Series I

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series II

Box 1

File 1A-The Echo (UCA Newspaper) Sept. 13, 2001; Oct. 04, 11, 2001; Nov. 01, 2001; April 18, 2002; Sept. 12, 2002

File 1B- Log Cabin Democrat (no date) “Star-Spangled Banner” by Francis Scott Key

File 2- Log Cabin Democrat, Sept. 11-14, 2001

File 3- Log Cabin Democrat, Sept. 13-14, 2001

File 4- Log Cabin Democrat, Sept. 16, 17, 20, 2001

File 5- Log Cabin Democrat, Sept. 21-25, 2001

File 6- Log Cabin Democrat, Sept. 26-30, 2001

File 7- Log Cabin Democrat, Oct. 05-10, 2001

File 8- Log Cabin Democrat, Oct. 11-14, 16-19, 23, 28, 29, 2001

File 9- Log Cabin Democrat, Nov. 05-09, 2001

File 10- Log Cabin Democrat, Nov. 11-15, 2001

File 11-Log Cabin Democrat, Nov. 18-21, 2001

File 12- Log Cabin Democrat, Dec. 02, 07, 09,28-30, 2001

File 13- Log Cabin Democrat, Jan. 1-2, 2002; Feb. 8, 10, 11, 14, 2002; Mar. 01, 11, 13-15, 24, 29, 2002; Apr. 09, 18, 2002; May 01, 27, 2002

File 14- Log Cabin Democrat, June 24, - September 15, 2002

File 15- Log Cabin Democrat, 9-11 Anniversary- 2004, & 2008

End of Box 1

End of Sub-Series II

 

 

Series I

Sub-series III

Box 1

File 1 – Arkansas Baptist, Sept. 20, 2001; April 25, 2002; Sept 12, 2002; Sept. 26, 2002

File 2 – Arkansas Times, (weekly newspaper) Sept. 14, Sept. 21, 2001

File 3 – The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN) Sept. 12, 2001

File 4 – Harrison Daily Times, Nov. 08, 2001

File 5A-Booklet: [perspective] After the Dust Settles: Sept. 11, 2001

File 5B-Pine Bluff Commercial, Sept. 12-15, 2001

File 6 -Pine Bluff Commercial, Sept. 16-19, 2001

File 7- Pine Bluff Commercial, Sept. 20-23, 2001

File 8- Pine Bluff Commercial, Sept. 24-28, 2001

File 9- Pine Bluff Commercial, Sept. 29-30, 2001

File 10-El Dorado News Times, Sept. 12-15, 2001

File 11-El Dorado News Times, Oct. 05, 08, 11, 12, 16, 24, 2001

File 12-The England Democrat, Sept. 12, 2001

File 13-The Jonesboro Sun, Sept. 12-15. 2001

File 14-South Arkansas Sunday News, Sept. 30, Oct. 21, 2001

File 15-Texarkana Gazette, Sept, 12, 28, 2001

File 16-Times Record, Sept 12-15, 2001

End of Box 1

End of Sub-Series III

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series IV

Box 1

File 1 – AARP Bulletin: Nov. 2001

File 2 – The Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 12-19, 2001

File 3 – The Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 20-28, 2001

File 4 – Diario Las Americas, Sept. 12, 13, 15, 2001

File 5 – Diario Las Americas, Sept. 16, 18, 19, 2001

File 6 – Diario Las Americas, Sept. 20, 21, 23, 2001

File 7 – Diario Las Americas, Sept. 25, 26, 30, 2001

File 8 – The Guardian Weekly, Sept. 27-Oct. 25, 2001

File 9 – Newsweek Magazine: Sept. 11, Sept. 17 (2), Sept 24, Oct. 01, 2001

File 10-People Weekly Magazine: Sept. 24, 2001

File 11-Periodical: Article from The Scottish Rite Journal: “Nine Eleven Zero One”, Sept. 2002

File 12-Periodical: Teachers and Writers, Nov.-Dec. 2001, Vol. 33, No. 2

File 13-Time News Magazine: (3)Sept. 11 & (2)Sept 24, 2001

File 14-USA Today, Sept. 11-13, 2001

File 15-USA Today, Sept. 14, 17, 2001

File 16-USA Weekend “Generation 9-11: Five Years Later” by Ken Burns, Sept. 8-10, 2006

File 17-Vanity Fair news magazine, Nov. 2001

File 18-Variety Weekly Entertainment Magazine, Sept. 17, 24, 2001

File 19-The Village Voice Weekly Newspaper, Sept. 18, 2001

File 20-The Village Voice Weekly Newspaper, Sept. 25, 2001

End of Box 1

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series IV

Box 2

File 1 – Los Angeles Times, Sept. 11, 13, 14, 2001

File 2 – Los Angeles Times, Sept. 15, 17, 2001

File 3 – Los Angeles Times, Sept. 18, 19, 20, 2001

File 4 – Los Angeles Times, Sept. 21, 24, 2001

File 5 – Los Angeles Times, Sept. 27, 28, 2001

End of Box 2

End of Sub-Series IV

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series V

Box 1

File 1 – The New York Times, Sept. 11-13, 2001

File 2 – The New York Times, Sept. 14-15, 2001

File 3 – The New York Times, Sept. 16, 2001

File 4 – The New York Times, Sept. 16-17, 2001

File 5 – The New York Times, Sept. 18, 2001

File 6 – The New York Times, Sept, 19, 2001

File 7 – The New York Times, Sept. 20, 2001

File 8 – The New York Times, Sept. 21, 22, 2001

File 9 – The New York Times, 23, 24, 2001

File 10-The New York Times, Sept. 23, 2001

File 11-The New York Times, Sept. 25, 26, 2001

File 12-The New York Times, Sept.  27, 28, 2001

File 13-The New York Times, Sept. 29, 30, 2001

File 14-The New York Times, Oct. 31, 2001

End of Box 1

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series V

Box 2

File 1 – Book: Portraits: 9-11-01 – The Collected “Portraits of Grief” from The New York Times (copyright: 2002)

File 2 – White T-Shirt in Remembrance of 9-11-01

End of Box 2

End of Sub-Series V

 

 

 

 

 

 

Series I

Sub-Series VI

Box 1

File 1 – The Wall Street Journal, Sept. 12-13, 21, 2001

File 2 – The Washington Post, Sept. 12, 2001

File 3 – The Washington Post, Sept. 14, 2001

File 4 – The Washington Post, Sept. 16, 2001

File 5 – The Washington Post, Oct. 1, 3, 5, 2001

File 6 – The Washington Post, Oct. 8, 10, 11, 2001

File 7 – The Washington Post, Oct. 12, 19, 20, 2001

File 8 – The Washington Post, Oct. 23-25, 2001

File 9 – The Washington Post, Oct 28, 2001

File 10-Women’s Wear Daily, Sept. 12-26, 2001

End of Box 1

End of Sub-Series VI

End of Series I

 

 

Series II

Box 1

File 1 – Internet –news: thecabin.net/cnn.com/MSNBC, Sept. 11-12, 2001

File 2a – Internet news sources: Brooklyn Bridge, Breaking news, thecabin.net, cnn.com, Excite, MSNBC, The Washington Post, Yahoo news, Sept. 13, 2001

File 2b – USS Winston Churchill – US Navy Warship – September 14, 2001 – Sailor’s Email  - “A Navy Salute from Germany”

File 3 – Internet: Breaking News, CNN.com, MSNBC Sept. 14-15, 2001

File 4 – Internet: CNN.com, MSNBC, Yahoo news, Sept. 16, 2001

File 5 – Internet: Breaking News, CNNfn, Denver Post, Yahoo news, Sept. 17, 2001

File 6 – Internet: DEBAKA File , MSNBC, Yahoo news, Sept. 18, 2001

File 7 – Internet: CNN.com, MSNBC, Yahoo news, Sept. 19, 2001

File 8 – Internet: CNN.com, excite, Sept. 20, 2001

File 9 – Internet: excite, MSNBC, Stratfor, Yahoo news, Sept. 21, 2001

File 10- Internet: CNN.com, MSNBC, Sept. 23, 2001

File 11- Internet: abcnews.com, cbsnews, CNN.com, DEBKAFile, excite, MSNBC, Yahoo news, Sept. 24, 2001

File 12-Internet: abcnews.com, cbsnews, CNN.com, excite, MSNBC, The Washington Post, Yahoo news, Sept. 25, 2001

File 13-Internet: CNN.com, MSNBC, The Washington Post, Sept. 26, 2001

File 14-Internet: abcnews.com, Breaking News, thecabin.net, CNN.com, excite, MSNBC, The Washington Post, yahoo news – Sept. 27, 2001

File 15-Internet: abcnews.com, MSNBC – Sept. 28-30, 2001

File 16-Internet: abcnews.com, thecabin.net, cbsnews, CNN.com. MSNBC, USnews.com, Worldtribune – Oct. 01, 2001

File 17-Internet: abcnews.com, TBO.com, cbsnews, DEBKAfile, excite, news.telegraph.co.uk, MSNBC, yahoo news – Oct. 02, 2001

File 18-Internet: abcnews.com, thebereancall, cbsnews, excite, MSNBC, Worldtribune- Oct. 03, 2001

End of Box 1

 

 

Series II

Box 2

File 1- Internet: abcnews.com, cbsnews, CNN.com, DEBKAfile, Far Eastern Economic Review, Oct. 04. 2001

File 2- Internet: abcnews.com, cbsnews, CNN,com, MSNBC, Time.com, Worldtribune, Oct. 05, 2001

File 3- Internet: abcnews.com, MSNBC, Oct. 07, 2001

File 4- Internet: abcnews.com, cbsnews, CNN.com, DEBKAfile, MSNBC, Oct. 08, 2001

File 5- Internet: abcnews.com, cbsnews, CNN.com, MSNBC, The Washington Post, Oct. 09, 2001

File 6- Internet:   abcnews.com, CNN.com, DEBKAFile, MSNBC, Oct. 10, 2001

File 7 – Internet:   abcnews.com, Arkansas Baptist News Magazine, CNN.com, Drudge Report Flash, Guardian Unlimited, MSNBC, time.com, The Washington Post, World Tribune, Yahoo news, Oct. 11, 2001

File 8 – Internet:   abcnews.com, CNN.com, Drudge Repoert Flash, MSNBC, Washington Post, News.telegraph.co.uk, Oct. 12, 2001

File 9 -  Internet:   CBS.News, cnn.com, MSNBC, October 15, 2001

File 10 -  Internet:   CBS.news, cnn.com, news.telegraph.co.uk, World Tribune, Oct. 16, 2001

File 11 – Internet:   BBC News, MSNBC, Washington Post, Oct. 17, 2001

File 12 – Internet:   CBS News, CNN.com, independent.co.uk, latimes.com, MSNBC, Washington Post, World Tribune, Oct. 18, 2001

File 13 – Internet:   abcnews.com, World net daily news alert, Oct. 19-20, 2001

File 14 – Internet:   MSNBC, USD (AT&L)/TSWG, defense link, CBSnews, Oct. 22, 23, 25, 2001

File 15 – Internet:   World Net Daily: Nov. 08, 2001

File 16 - Ruth McClellan-Nugent, Professor of History, UCA: Enlists in Navel Intelligence by Fred Petrucelli, thecabin.net, Feb. 1, 2002

File 17- Internet:   Miscellaneous News Releases: 2002

File 18- Internet:  Fox News, Yahoo News, 9-11 Anniversary

End of Box 2

End Series II

 

Series III

Box 1

File 1 – Alerts and protocols issued after attacks, by UCA Police Dept.

File 2 – Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee – Little Rock, Ar. Comments on attacks, Sept. 19, 2001

File 3 – Reactions of Arkansas: Sept. 11, 17, 30, 2001; Oct. 03, 2001

File 4 – News Releases from Arkansas Officials – 09/12/2001

File 5 – Letters from Officials – 6 months after Terrorist Attacks

File 6 – Congressman Vic Snyder: Copy of letter to his constituents in the 2nd District of Arkansas (no date)

File 7 – Letter from Sallie Cone Elementary School, Conway, Ark., September 2001

File 8 – Letters from Conway High School East – 9th & 10th grades

File 9 – Letters from Greenbrier High School, Faulkner Co., Ark.

File 10-Letters from UCA Students: Virginia Dell Scott Class, Oct. 13, 2001 – Writing Department

File 11-UCA History Professor Ruth McClellen-Nugent: Log Cabin Democrat and thecabin.net (Monday), Feb. 11, 2002

File 12-Letters and Comments from UCA Students

File 13-One Year after 9-11-01: Letters from Bob Courtway Middle School

File 14-Reactions around the World: September 11, 2001

File 15-U.S. Governors’ Comments on 09-11-2001

File 16-Essays on Sept. 11, one year later: from students at St. Bartholomew School, Queens, New York (9-11-2002)

File 17-Modern Language Newsletter – Winter 2001, Vol. 33, No. 4 (pages 3-4), and BartholoNews Newsletter, Bartholomew’s Catholic Elementary School, Queens, NY (page 1-11)

File 18-Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D) So. Dakota; Comments (9-21-01)

File 19-James Kirkland Stuyvesant High School (a few blocks from the World Trade Center): New York, NY – Comments on 9-11 (09-18-2001)

File 20-John Kneeley, CEO of Martin Progressive – 77th floor of WTC – Comments (09-21-2001)

File 21-Jason Ross, Minister from Conway, AR: Provided religious services for emergency personnel at World Trade Center – comments

File 22-Dr. Gregory Urwin, Former UCA History Professor (now at Temple Univ. in Philadelphia, PA) Comments on 9-11

File 23-“Find a Love One” – Emergency Information’ Missing Persons Hotlines

File 24-Profile on New York City Mayor Rudolph W. L. (Rudy) Guiliani

File 25-Press Releases by New York Governor George E. Pataki: September 11, 2001 November 02, 2001

File 26-Email to/from Library of Congress after 09/11/01

File 27-Former President Jimmy Carter: Response to World Trade Center/Pentagon attacks on 09/11/01

File 28-Remarks delivered by Former President William Jefferson Clinton: Foreign Policy Association World Leadership Forum 2001 – New York, N.Y., Sept. 20, 2001

File 29-Official Review: The Military Order of the World Wars Vol. 41, No. 4, Nov. 2001

File 30-Newsletter The Voice: National Writing Project – Sept-Oct. 2002

File 31-News Releases on 9/11 – 1st Anniversary of Attacks, 09/11/2002

File 32-Aerial Photograph of World Trade Center Site

File 33-Photographs of World Trade Center and the Pentagon – Source UNKNOWN (31 pages – Photos on both sides)

File 34-CD 9-11-01 Power Point Presentation of Trade center being hit.

File 35-KATV Channel 7 (Little Rock, AR): Video Coverage of 9/11/01

File 36-4 VHS Tapes: Titled “The Day America Changed: Sept. 11, 2002” (Set #1­) Donated By Ted Hood

File 37-4 VHS Tapes: Titled “The Day America Changed: Sept. 11, 2002”

End of Box 1

 

Series III

Box 2

File 1 - 14 Search Dogs from Ground Zero have died since 9-11 (08/23/04)

File 2 – Dr. Kevin Rowell’s interview regarding his experience with 9-11-01

File 3 – 9/11 Observance Ceremony – September 9th, 2004

File 4 – Newspapers- 10th Anniversary of 9-11-01, Sunday, September 11,2011

File 5 – empty

File 6 – empty

End of Box 2

End of Series III

 

 

Series IV

Box 1

File 1 – Osama Bin Laden Biography

File 2 – News articles on Osama Bin Laden and the Taliban’s involvement in terrorist activity on the 9/11 attacks – December 2000-November 2002

File 3 – “Liberty Poker” Playing Cards from the American Embassy, Kuwait – Portrays likenesses of Saddam Hussein , family and associates)

File 4 – Images of various newspapers’ front pages announcing Bin Laden’s death

File 5 – Photo Disk – photographs from the LATimes.com of Bin Laden and reactions to his death – May 2011

File 6 – Photo Disk – photographs of Osama Bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan where he was killed – May 2011

File 7 – Photographs – President Obama with his National Security Team at the White House & Various images created by citizens about Osama Bin Laden’s Death

File 8 – Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 1, 2001 – no time - News sources: New York Times, Fox News

File 9 – Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 2, 2011, 12:00am-9:59am - News sources:  Dallas News, New York Times, Yahoo News, Arkansas Times, The Log Cabin Democrat, MSNBC, ABC News, Griffin House, CNN, USA Today

File 10 – Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 2, 2011, 10:00am – 10:59am - News sources:  CNN, Dallas Morning News, Fox News, STL Today, Yahoo, LA Times, New York Times

File 11 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 2, 2011, 11:00am – 11:59am - News sources:  CNN, STL Today, Fox News

File 12 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 2, 2011, 12:00pm – 1:59pm - News sources:  Dallas Morning News, STL Today, Fox News, Yahoo, BBC, ABC News, USA Today

File 13 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 2, 2011, 2:00pm – 11:59pm - News sources:  CNN, The Washington Post, Isamonline, Yahoo, LA Times, Fox News, Dallas News, BBC News, The Log Cabin Democrat

File 14 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 2, 2011 – NO TIME - News sources: CNN, FBI, Time, New York Times

File 15 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 2, 2011 – NO TIME - News sources: New York Times, Time, Fox News, CNN, The Nation, USA Today, Guardian, Yahoo

File 16 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 3, 2011 – 12:00am-1:59pm - News sources:  Dallas News, Time, Yahoo, New York Times, The Washington Post

File 17 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 3, 2011 – 2:00pm-11:59pm - News sources:  Yahoo, Washington Times, Dallas News, LA Times, New York Times, CNN, Fox News, Washington Post, BBC News

File 18 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 3, 2011 – NO TIME -  News sources:  Yahoo, Fox News, CNN, New York Times

File 19 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 3, 2011 – NO TIME - News sources:  Swampland Time, CNN, Fox News, USA Today, iViews, Yahoo, Time

File 20 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 4, 2011 -  News sources:  New York Times, Dallas Morning Views, LA Times, CNN, The Boston Channel, The Washington Times, The Washington Post, Fox News, Swampland Time

File 21 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 5, 2011 - News sources:  Yahoo, Washington Post, BBC News, Fox News, Time, CNN, New York Times, LA Times

File 22 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 6, 2011 - News sources:  Yahoo, Daily Mail, Washington Post, Fox News, CNN

File 23 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 7, 2011 - News sources:  Fox News

File 24 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 12, 2011 - News sources:  CNN, New York Times

File 25 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 13, 2011 - News sources:  Fox News

File 26 - Internet articles on Osama Bin Laden’s death – May 17, 2011 - News sources:  CNN

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Series IV

Box 2 – Oversized

Item 1 – Arkansas Democrat Gazette - 5/3/2011 - (Headlines: Obama ‘A good day’ for U.S., Terrorist went down fighting, The nation in brief, Killing draw U.S. mix of cheers anger from across globe, 9/11 victims Arkansas Kin react to Bin Laden’s death)

Item 2 – Arkansas Democrat Gazette - 5/4/2011 - (Headlines: Bin Laden unarmed, revised account says, Bin Laden details arouse qualms over Pakistan aid)

Item 3 – Log Cabin Democrat - 5/7/2011- (Headlines: Obama to Bin Laden assault team: “Job well done”, Al-Qaeda vows revenge for Osama Bin Laden’s death)

Item 4 – Log Cabin Democrat - 5/8/2011 - (Headlines: Candid videos show rare view of unkempt Bin Laden)

Item 5 - Arkansas Times - 5/4/2011 - (Headlines: Osama’s Fare Wells pg. 18)

Item 6 – Arkansas Democrat Gazette - 5/3/2011 - (Headlines: Got Him, The nations’ papers react)

Item 7 – Arkansas Democrat Gazette - 5/2/2011 - (Headlines: U.S. Kills Bin Laden)

Item 8 – USA Today - 5/3/2011 - (Headlines: For Americans, ‘a huge boost’; Elation over Bin Laden’s death gives way to reflection; For 9/11 families, breaking news is bittersweet; Cities travel hubs step up security;  White House held breathe during operation; Town used as haven is a ‘peaceful place’; Terror groups line of despite leadership void; Hand decisions ahead for Pakistan; Across the Middle East, reactions span the spectrum; Risk and success boost Obama’s standing; A decade later the dots got connected; Questions emerge over burial at sea, DNA proof; Cheney: Obama ‘clearly deserves credit’; Bin Laden’s demise wounds AL-Qaeda at opportune moment; SEALs 1, Al-Qaeda 0; Osama Bin Laden failed to break U.S. spirit; The demon is dead, so are many of our rights; His death does not bring me closure; Despite our triumph,  significant threats remain)

Item 9 – USA Today - 5/3/2011 - (Headlines: Man unwittingly live tweets raid)

Item 10 – USA Today - 5/3/2011 - (Headlines: Sports, Terror intersect; Para says 9/11 inspired 2002 medal haul; Athletes tweet on great day; Should sports respond to Bin Laden’s death?)

Item 11 – Arkansas Democrat Gazette - 12/31/2006 - (Headlines: I have saved you, Saddam told hecklers; Attacks in Iraq claim 80; Expatriate Saddam paid, now nation needs to heal; Saddam death no help to law)

Item 12 – Arkansas Democrat Gazette - 12/31/2006 - (Headlines: Saddam’s death elates, troubles hajj pilgrims; U.S. general predicts a surge in attacks by Taliban)

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End of Series IV

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