Photo credit: 9/11 Memorial staff
Accession Number: C.2010.9.2668
Dimensions: 3.75 in X 8.5 in
Dimensions (Metric): 9.525 cm X 21.59 cm
Credit Line: The Michael Ragsdale 9/11 Aftermath Paper Ephemera Collection
Brochure for the "Out of the Dust: A Year of Ministry at Ground Zero" exhibition about the services provided by St. Paul's Chapel during the aftermath of 9/11.
St. Paul's Chapel—Manhattan’s oldest public building in continuous use, located directly across from Ground Zero—suffered minimal damage on 9/11. Part of the Episcopal Parish of Trinity Church, the chapel was among the first locations where food and supplies were distributed to recovery workers. It evolved into an around-the-clock relief center with staff members, clergy, and volunteers working 12-hour shifts.