On September 11, 2002, the New York City Fire Museum completed installation of a permanent exhibit to honor the 343 firefighters who lost their lives at the World Trade Center one year earlier. A poem, "If They Could Speak," written by New York-based interior designer Roseanne Pellicane, was chosen as the keynote for this exhibit. The poem was to be etched in 1/2"-thick glass and serve as the opening statement for the memorial. To illuminate this important piece, the designer turned to Glass ...

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