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The pile

The pile
This cartoon originally appeared on September 7, 2006 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

Twin Towers, 2005

Twin Towers, 2005
This cartoon originally appeared on September 11, 2005 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

W.T.C. footprints

W.T.C. footprints
This cartoon originally appeared on September 14, 2003 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

New York

New York
This cartoon originally appeared on September 11, 2003 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

Driveway

Driveway
There’s a small corner of my driveway at home that I often find myself starting at. It’s where this guy I knew, Pat Danahy, sat in his car for well over an hour with the engine running. He refused to get out because it was cold that morning, and his little girl was asleep in her car-seat and he couldn’t bear to wake her. The last anybody saw of him, he was helping his co-workers evacuate their offices at Fiduciary Trust near the top of the World Trade Center. Like I said, I stare at that spot a lot. This cartoon originally appeared on September 11, 2002 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

Sacred ground

Sacred ground
This cartoon originally appeared on July 18, 2002 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

Stripes

Stripes
This cartoon originally appeared on October 14, 2001 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

Security

Security
This cartoon originally appeared on September 28, 2001 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

The war

The war
This cartoon originally appeared on September 26, 2001 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.

The line in the sand

Line in the sand
This cartoon originally appeared on September 24, 2001 in The Journal News. It is part of Matt Davies’ archive of 9/11 cartoons.