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Thinking Big Again
  

Jan 16, 2004

In a fascinating new book, Tunneling to the Future, historian Peter Derrick tells the story of the creation of the New York City subway system between 1902 and 1920. The

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Revising Absence
  

Jan 16, 2004

When a design featuring two sunken pools in the middle of a barren plaza was selected as the memorial for Ground Zero - "Reflecting Absence" - critics focused on its

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The Chosen Memorial Design: Reflecting Absence
  

Jan 07, 2004

  Reflecting Absence includes two pools submerged about 30 feet below street level in the middle of a large open plaza at street level. Street level view of Reflecting Absence. A view of

Passages of Light: Memorial Cloud
  

Jan 06, 2004

  A street-level view of Passages of Light: Memorial Cloud. A view from beneath the translucent canopy. In this design, a translucent canopy at street level covers a below-ground memorial. Under

Rebuilding in 2004
  

Jan 05, 2004

Reflecting Absence was selected on Tuesday as the final memorial design for the Ground Zero site.• View the design John Delaportas remembers the area around Liberty Street and Broadway near the

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Rebuilding in 2004
  

Jan 05, 2004

  Reflecting Absence was selected on Tuesday as the final memorial design for the Ground Zero site.• View the design John Delaportas remembers the area around Liberty Street and Broadway near the

Freedom Tower
  

Dec 19, 2003

The design for the Freedom Tower, the 1,776 foot tower that some claim will be the tallest building in the world, was released to the public at Federal Hall on

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The Eight 9/11 Memorial Designs
  

Nov 24, 2003

Lyndon Harris was the priest in charge of St. Paul's Chapel when the World Trade Center was destroyed just a few yards away. His experience at Ground Zero, though, was

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