World Trade Center

James Nachtwey, American, born 1948



Fuji Crystal Archive Print


Image: 12 11/16 × 19 1/8 in. (32.3 × 48.5 cm)

Sheet: 16 × 20 in. (40.7 × 50.8 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through a gift from Hugh Freund, Class of 1967, in memory of the Dartmouth Alumni who perished on September 11, 2001

©James Nachtwey Archive, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth



Place Imaged: New York, United States, North America

Place Made: United States, North America


21st century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Signed, on reverse, in black ink, center: James Nachtwey; inscribed, on reverse, in black ink, lower left: New York- Sept. 11, 2001; inscibed, in black ink, bottom edge, center: ED. 8/30; inscribed, in black ink, bottom left corner: CJN-109

Course History

FILM 7, Social Justice Documentary: From Observer to Catalyst, Kylie Boltin, Winter 2013

WRIT 5, Representations of 9/11, Melina Gehring, Winter 2013

SART 30, SART 75, Photography II, III, Virginia Beahan, Spring 2013

WRIT 5, Quests, Carl Thum, Winter 2015

SART 17.9, The Photographer as Activist: Making Art Inspired by the Hood Museum's Collection , Virginia Beahan, Winter 2015

HIST 23, American History since 1980, Julie Rabig, Spring 2020

Art History 48.02, Histories of Photography, Katie Hornstein, Spring 2024

Art History 48.02, Histories of Photography, Katie Hornstein, Spring 2024

Publication History

Brian P. Kennedy and Emily Shubert Burke, Modern and Contemporary Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art, Hanover: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 2009 p.207, no.265.


Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles, California; sold to present collection, 2004.

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