NEW YORK — John Coburn went to ground zero a few days after the 9/11 attacks and began sketching, moved by the acts of "love and care" of New Yorkers and recovery workers. Coburn was compelled to illustrate the compassion — rather than the destruction — and compiled his work into a book he gave to victims' families.
Near 10th anniversary, 9/11 exhibitions abound in New York
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