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Items tagged "Christian": 7

Card from Ward Melville High School (NY)

Digital copy of a message sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.

A high school junior at Ward Melville High School organized students from her classes to write cards to the first responders and medical personal who cared for the survivors of the bombing. This is a card from one of the students at Ward…

Letter to the City of Boston

Digital copy of a letter sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The writer identifies herself as "a Christian living in South Carolina" and expresses condolences to victims, specifically Martin Richard.

Card from child in Texas

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The card, which includes a Bible quotation, sends prayers and hope to Boston.

Card from Waterville

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The card has a drawing of a cross on both sides. One side reads "In God we trust." The writer hopes Boston feels better and sends prayers to the city.

Card from St. Joseph's Catholic Church

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The card has drawings of crosses on it. The writer "hope[s] you people feel better."

Letter from Kipp D.C. Promise Academy student

Digital copy of a letter sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The student prays that Jesus will help those hurt heal. The student also prays to Martin Richard's family.

"United We Stand, Divided We Fall" poster from the Copley Square Memorial.

Digital image of a poster left at the Boston Marathon memorial in Copley Square. The poster lists a series of identity markers, such as Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, Black, White, Asian, Russian, Arab, American Indian, gay, straight, bisexual, and transgender.