Cover photo courtesy of the Prints and Photographs Division. Library of Congress, USA.
Days after the tragic events of 9/11 a photo was found in the streets. It came from an office on the 77th floor of the South Tower. 13 years later it was returned to the owner. This is an incredible story about the power of social media and how people from around the world can come together.
“I knew it was going viral. Every tech device we had in the house started going crazy beeping and dinging with alerts. It was wild,” says Elizabeth Stringer Keefe. Every year on September 11 she posted the photo, hoping someone somewhere would know who was in it.
In this interview she shares the story about how the photo was first found, the process of locating the owner, and how she cried when she finally did.
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