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The message with these drawings says:

"Though the tears of today are drawn from the wells of sorrow, they will flow from the springs of memory, through which will come your strength for tomorrow. (unknown)"

These caricatures were done the week…

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These caricatures were done the week of April 16, 2007 by a woman who wanted to show each victim with a smile.

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A wreath with a picture of each victim and a gold ribbon attached.

Caption says: "This wreath was lovingly crafted out of upholstry material by the members and officers of the Vetran's Outreach Group in Haynesville who share VT's…

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Close-up of a wreath with a picture of each victim and a gold ribbon attached.

Caption says: "This wreath was lovingly crafted out of upholstry material by the members and officers of the Vetran's Outreach Group in Haynesville who share…

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This quilt was made by a Sioux tribe woman. Before it left the reservation, it was blessed by two elders from the Crow and Cheyenne tribes. Boys from the St. Labre School performed a Crow ceremony called "Wiping The Tears", which is part of a…

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These 32 eggs were made by a Blacksburg resident and former hokie.

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These 32 eggs were made by a Blacksburg resident and former hokie. The note explains that the front of each egg is unique while the back of each egg is the same.

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A close-up of the note that accompanied the 32 eggs.

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These 32 eggs were made by a Blacksburg resident and former hokie. This is the back side of the note that accompanied the eggs.

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These 32 eggs were made by a Blacksburg resident and former hokie.

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These 32 eggs were made by a Blacksburg resident and former hokie.

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These 32 eggs were made by a Blacksburg resident and former hokie.

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This VT ribbon made out of paper cranes was recently sent to Virginia Tech's from Elon College in North Carolina with wishes for healing.

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This handkerchief was sent with a letter from an inmate in Florida saying that the tragedy had made him love all people more. Although in the same pattern, each hand-drawn angel dove is slightly different.

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Christiansburg resident David Cunningham made this laser etched marble scene of the candlelight vigil on the drillfield.

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After the tragedy, the Hershey Company donated 7,500 pounds of orange and maroon chocolate kisses to Virginia Tech.

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This collection of photos of messages of support from throughout the New River Valley hangs outside the Perspective Gallery of Squires Student center from April 5-20 2008.

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This jacket was one of the four items hanging outside of the Perspective Gallery in Squires from April 5-20. It was sent by the engineering department at the University of British Columbia to support VT.

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This wood carving was one of four items hanging outside of the Perspective Gallery in Squires. It was created by an artist from Dickerson County, Virginia to honor Professor Librescu. It is made from the same kind of curly maple used for Gibson…

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This letter from the Vice President for Student Affairs, Zenobia Lawrence Hikes, hung at the entrance to the Perspective Gallery in Squires.
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