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The Boston Public Library has a 2 greats memorial exhibits on the Boston Marathon Bombings:

  1. Dear Boston: Letters Messages from the Marathon Memorial
  2. Our Marathon: Share Your Story Event.

Please Share!

The following information was taken directly from
1. Dear Boston: Letters Messages from the Marathon Memorial
Boston Public Library
Central Library in Copley Square
McKim Exhibition Hall
Monday, April 7—Sunday, May 11, 2014
Monday–Thursday: 9 a.m.–9 p.m.,
Friday & Saturday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Sunday: 1–5 p.m.

On April 15, 2013, two bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, transforming the city, its residents, and the runners and visitors participating in this world-famous event. Almost immediately, a makeshift memorial began to take shape, first at the police barricade at the intersection of Boylston and Berkeley Streets and later at Copley Square. People from across the globe left flowers, posters, notes, t-shirts, hats, tokens of all shapes and sizes, and—most significantly—running shoes.
Each of the objects left at the memorial, whether giant banner or tiny scrap of paper, store-bought or handmade, was a message of love and support for grieving families and a grieving city. They were hope in material form, symbolizing the human desire to help, comfort, connect, and sustain when confronted with great tragedy.
Marathon MemorialIn June 2013, the memorial was dismantled and these thousands of objects were transferred to the Boston City Archives for safekeeping. To mark the one year anniversary, a selection of items from the memorial collection will be displayed—in one of Boston’s most important civic buildings—so visitors can once again experience the outpouring of human compassion they represent.
Dear Boston has been organized by a partnership that includes the Boston City Archives, Boston Art Commission, New England Museum Association, and Boston Public Library.
It has been made possible with the generous support of Iron Mountain.
2. Our Marathon: Share Your Story Event
ourmarathonOur Marathon: Share Your Story Event
Wednesday, April 16 – Saturday, April 19, 12 – 4 p.m., Orientation Room
Our Marathon: The Boston Bombing Digital Archive will be holding a series of Share Your Story events. A community project hosted at Northeastern University, Our Marathon is a crowdsourced digital archive of stories, photos, videos, and social media related to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Visitors can examine some of the thousands of digital items presently in the archive, and can add their own stories and photos to the collection. Representatives from Our Marathon will be present to explain the project and to help visitors share their stories. Laptops will be provided.