Gov. Cuomo visits 9/11 display at White Plains Library

For the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a traveling exhibit of artifacts from the day has been making its way across the country.

Today, the exhibit came to the White Plains Library, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) was on hand to pay tribute to those lost and unveil the exhibit.

The New York Remembers exhibit displays artifiacts and mementos from Sept. 11, including remnants from Ground Zero. Cuomo, joined by several Sept. 11 first responders, opened the display, which will remain at the White Plains Library until the end of the month.

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