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"Nothing Can Break Boston" sign on Commonwealth Avenue (near Kenmore Square)

Handwritten sign posted on a mailbox on Commonwealth Avenue (near Kenmore Square) on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 (two days after the Boston Marathon bombings). Sign reads "Nothing Can Break Boston."

"Got Nothing But Love For You, Boston <3" sign on Commonwealth Avenue (near Kenmore Square)

Handwritten sign posted on mailbox on Wednesday, April 17th 2013 (two days after the Boston Marathon bombings). The sign was posted on Commonwealth Avenue near Kenmore Square. Its text reads: "Got Nothing But Love For You, Boston

"Stay Strong Boston" sign posted on Commonwealth Avenue near Kenmore Square

Sign reads "Stay Strong Boston" and includes a hand-written URL: "Facebook.com/staystrongBoston2013." Link to Facebook Site

Chalk memorials on Boylston Street

A woman writes messages in chalk on Boylston Street while reporters and cameramen look on.

Flags, signs, flowers, and quilts at makeshift Boston Marathon memorial on Boylston Street

Photo of items left at makeshift memorial for 2013 Boston Marathon. Items include flags, signs, flowers, and quilts. Photo taken on April 17th, 2013 (two days after the marathon bombings).

Flags, flowers, and mourners at makeshift memorial for the 2013 Boston Marathon on Boylston Street

Image of flowers, flags, and mourners at a makeshift memorial for the 2013 Boston Marathon. Photo taken on Wednesday, April 17th (two days after the bombings). Items photographed include an American flag that reads "Don't Tread on Me" and a handmade sign that says "BOSTON will OVERCOME."

Flowers left at makeshift Boston Marathon memorial on Boylston Street

Flowers left at a makeshift memorial in Copley Square on Wednesday, April 17th 2013 (two days after the marathon bombings). A sign on one bouquet of flowers clearly reads "No Matter WHAT Boston You're My HOME."

"Run Sarah Run" sign and other race material abandoned after the Boston Marathon bombing

Garbage can on Clarendon Street, just outside of family area used during the 2013 Boston Marathon. A sign that reads "Run Sarah Run" is visible in the garbage can, as is a runner's bib number (#23497). A phone number with a 617 area code is written on the runner's bib.