Voices Center for Resilience is proud to announce that we have provided Alice Greenwald of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum with the photograph of Antonio Dorsey Pratt – the last missing photograph to complete the Museum’s In Memoriam Exhibit.
VOICES has enjoyed a longstanding partnership with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, along with a shared goal to ensure that each and every life of those who died on 9/11 is commemorated in a meaningful way.
In March, James Barron of The New York Times, published a story about the 9/11 Museum’s search for the last missing picture – that of Antonio Dorsey Pratt. It was heartwarming to realize that Antonio’s photograph was in our Living Memorial – knowing that the significance of its discovery coincided with the 20th Anniversary – and that it would complete the In Memoriam Exhibit. We are very grateful to Jordan Freeman who contributed Antonio’s photograph in memory of his friend.
Antonio Pratt was employed by Forte Food Service and was in the Cantor Fitzgerald cafeteria on the 101st floor of the North Tower on September 11. According to Jordan, Antonio was known as “Tony” among his friends and was a highly motivated, hardworking, caring, and compassionate person.
When the photograph was taken, Jordan was Antonio’s supervisor at the Institute for Community Living, where he was regarded as exceptionally bright, engaging and loving.
If you have more information about Tony, contact our office at 203.966.3911 or email us at livingmemorial@voicescenter.org.
Click here to read more about Antonio and the last photograph.
About the 9/11 Living Memorial
In 2006, VOICES 9/11 Living Memorial was established to commemorate the 2,977 lives lost on 9/11. Today, the Living Memorial is a collection of over 87,000 photographs, stories and personal mementos donated by family and friends, available on VOICES website. A copy of the extensive collection was gifted to the 9/11 Museum in 2014, where these fragile pieces of the patchwork quilt that is our nation’s history are now a core component of the In Memoriam Exhibit.

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