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Pen

Object Number: 
2004.19.2
Date: 
2003
Medium: 
Plastic
Dimensions: 
Overall: 5 1/2 x 3/8 in. ( 14 x 1 cm )
Marks: 
inscription: "World Trade Center PATH Station/Reopening November 23, 2003/PATH/THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NY & NJ"
Description: 
Blue plastic retractable push-button ballpoint pen inscribed with "World Trade Center PATH Station / Reopening November 23, 2003" and "PATH/ THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NY & NJ"; website address "www.panynj.gov" inscribed on clip.
Gallery Label: 
These pens were distributed at the re-opening of the World Trade Center PATH Station on November 23, 2003 along with Quickcard holders. After September 11th, the donor, a Port Authority Police Officer, was given the set as a souvenir. The temporary station that opened in 2003 cost over $253 million to build and now accommodates over 50,000 passangers daily.
Credit Line: 
Gift of Anthony Basic
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Creative: Tronvig Group