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Items tagged "Stay Strong Boston": 8

Letter of encouragement from a child at Seven Hills Foundation

Digital copy of a message sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The letter contains the messages "We're praying for you" and "Stay strong Boston."

Message to the city of Boston from Long Island University (LIU Post: Brookville, New York)

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The student tells those affected by the bombings to stay strong and hopes they find inner peace.

"Stay Strong Boston" letter of condolence from an Ohio student

Digital copy of one of the messages of comfort sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings by fourth and fifth grade students at St. Anthony of Padua Parish School of Religion in Fairport Harbor, Ohio.

Card signed by many teenagers from San Antonio

Digital copy of a message sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The signatories include teenagers and messages of hope and strength for Boston.

Drawing from a student at A.P. Giannini Middle School (San Francisco, California)

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The front of the card contains the message, "stay strong Boston." The inside contains many messages, including Martin Richard's phrase, "no more hurting people."

Drawing from a student at A.P. Giannini Middle School (San Francisco, California)

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The front of the card contains the message, "We're praying for BOSTON." The inside of the card contains several messages, including Martin Richard's "No more hurting people."

Appreciation poster at Copley Square Memorial (Prince Edward Island)

Digital image of a poster left at the Boston Marathon memorial in Copley Square, by Prince Edward Island, Canada. Messages include references to "Boston Strong" (and "#BostonStrong") and "Stay Strong Boston,"