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People walk by during the opening of the new Tribute Center in Manhattan. (Sept. 6, 2006)

Photos: Tribute WTC Visitors Center

People walk by during the opening of the
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People walk by during the opening of the new Tribute Center in Manhattan. (Sept. 6, 2006)

Lower Manhattan resident June Grancio look at exhibits
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Lower Manhattan resident June Grancio look at exhibits in the Tribute WTC Visitor Center, Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2006.

Manny Papir looks at a wall of photographs
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Manny Papir looks at a wall of photographs of those killed on Sept. 11, 2001, at the Tribute WTC Visitor Center, Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2006, in lower Manhattan.

Ron Parker, a first responder at the World
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Ron Parker, a first responder at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, who is a tour guide at Ground Zero, stands next to a twisted beam from the World Trade Center site in the new Tribute WTC Visitor Center in Manhattan on Sept. 6, 2006.

Visitors and media look at exhibits in the
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Visitors and media look at exhibits in the Tribute WTC Visitor Center, Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2006 in Manhattan.

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A wall of photographs shows victims who perished
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A wall of photographs shows victims who perished at Ground Zero during the World Trade Center attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The exhibit is on display at the WTC Tribute Center in Manhattan.

Fire gear of deceased firefighter John Ielpi sits
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Fire gear of deceased firefighter John Ielpi sits on display at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

A visitor looks at missing persons posters at
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A visitor looks at missing persons posters at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

Theresa Mullan (C) holds a photo of her
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Theresa Mullan (C) holds a photo of her son and New York City (FDNY) firefighter Michael Dermott Mullan, who was killed on 9/11/01, next to a photo of deceased firefighter Geroge Cain at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

Photos of victims are displayed at the opening
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Photos of victims are displayed at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

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Recovered personal effects are displayed at the opening
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Recovered personal effects are displayed at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

A recovered airplane window is displayed at the
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A recovered airplane window is displayed at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

Missing persons posters are displayed at the opening
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Missing persons posters are displayed at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

New York Governor George Pataki speaks at the
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New York Governor George Pataki speaks at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

New York City firefighter (FDNY) and volunteer tour
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New York City firefighter (FDNY) and volunteer tour guide George Oates wears a photo of FDNY Capt. Brian C. Hickey, who was killed on 9/11/01, at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

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Lee Ielepi, vice-president of the September 11th Families'
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Lee Ielepi, vice-president of the September 11th Families' Association, left, New York Gov. George Pataki, second left, Jennifer Adams, CEO of the WTC Tribute Center, center, Assemblyman Sheldon Silver and New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg.

New York City (FDNY) firefighter Justin Enzmann of
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New York City (FDNY) firefighter Justin Enzmann of Squad 18 kneels down while viewing photos of victims at the opening of the new Tribute Center September 6, 2006 in New York City.

Barry Zelman, who lost his brother on 9/11,
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Barry Zelman, who lost his brother on 9/11, looks at a wall of photographs at the Tribute WTC Visitor Center, located at 120 Liberty Street in Manhattan.

Barry Zelman touches a piece of debris on
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Barry Zelman touches a piece of debris on display at the Tribute WTC Visitor Center, located at 120 Liberty Street in Manhattan.

Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in
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Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in the World Trade Center attacks of 2001, pays a visit to lower Manhattan on September 8, 2007 days before the 6th anniversary of his brother's death.

Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in
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Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in the World Trade Center attacks of 2001, pays a visit to lower Manhattan on September 8, 2007 days before the 6th anniversary of his brother's death.

Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in
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Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in the World Trade Center attacks of 2001, pays a visit to lower Manhattan on September 8, 2007 days before the 6th anniversary of his brothers death.

Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in
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Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in the World Trade Center attacks of 2001, pays a visit to lower Manhattan on September 8, 2007 days before the 6th anniversary of his brothers death.

Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in
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Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in the World Trade Center attacks of 2001, pays a visit to lower Manhattan on September 8, 2007 days before the 6th anniversary of his brother's death.

Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in
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Barry Zelman, whose brother Kenneth was killed in the World Trade Center attacks of 2001, pays a visit to lower Manhattan on September 8, 2007 days before the 6th anniversary of his brothers death.