Julie and Bob Garvin stood by a brass sliding pole and a 9/11 plaque inside a replica firehouse created by Bob's son Harry. The pole was made in Somerville, Mass., on the morning of the attacks.
Julie and Bob Garvin stood by a brass sliding pole and a 9/11 plaque inside a replica firehouse created by Bob's son Harry. The pole was made in Somerville, Mass., on the morning of the attacks. Lexington Herald-Leader
Julie and Bob Garvin stood by a brass sliding pole and a 9/11 plaque inside a replica firehouse created by Bob's son Harry. The pole was made in Somerville, Mass., on the morning of the attacks. Lexington Herald-Leader

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