The “Remembering the 1993 Bombing at the World Trade Center” installation tells the story of the bombing plot, its effects on the 16-acre (6-hectare) site and efforts to bring the perpetrators to justice.

The installation, on view from Feb. 1 through March 5, features a model of the World Trade Center parking garage created by the FBI to demonstrate the immense scale of the bomb crater.

Also featured is a farewell letter written by Carl Selinger, a Port Authority of New York and New Jersey employee who was stuck in a North Tower elevator and feared he wouldn’t survive.

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Selinger was rescued hours later by New York Police Department Sgt. Timothy Farrell, who is now retired. The two will be reunited for the first time in a Feb. 12 public program featuring the 1993 bombing survivors.