Item, is a very RARE photo of Minoru Yamasaki, architect of the World Trade Center standing next to a large scale model of the proposed World Trade Center building not yet built sometime around 1966. 3rd item, World Trade Center Visitor pass, Mr. Raymond Mackewicz , was visiting P. Engineering on TOWER 1 / 72nd Floor This item is original faded and worn, it is attached to a piece of light weight board.
My father was an architecture buff, he obtained several of these Keys from a friend after the Kerr Steamship Co. Moved out of the WTC which was either before the 1993 WTC bombing or shortly thereafter. In 1994 Norton Lilly International acquired Kerr Steamship Inc.Now renamed Kerr Norton Marine, and is one of the largest maritime conglomerates in the world. Fantastic for your collection or a fantastic Gift! Items will be packed with care! Please view the other unique items we currently have listed. The item "LOT World Trade Center KEY + VISITOR PASS + ARCHITECT PHOTO New York 911 RARE" is in sale since Wednesday, August 25, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\Buildings". The seller is "global-foto-archive" and is located in Pennsylvania.
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