Never-before-seen photos released of Bush administration during 9/11

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The National Archives on Friday released more than 350 never-before-seen photos of the Bush administration during the 9/11 attacks.

The photos, which, according to The Boston Globe, were released as part of a Freedom of Information Act request from a PBS documentarian, focus on the reaction from then-Vice President Dick Cheney and other Bush administration officials during the terrorist attacks.

Then-Vice President Dick Cheney with National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice in the President's Emergency Operations Center (PEOC) after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks..

Photos show members of the Bush administration talking in the President’s Emergency Operations Center beneath the White House, Cheney watching the attacks from a TV in his office, and Cheney heading to Camp David on Marine Two with his wife, Lynne.

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Then-Vice President Cheney Talks with Chief of Staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

The photos were part of a request from Colette Neirouz Hanna, coordinating producer for Kirk Documentary Group, which makes films for “Frontline,” the Globe reported.

“From the first moments after the attacks on the World Trade Center, Vice President Cheney has been at the center of much of the government’s response,” she told the Globe. “Now, 14 years later, we finally have those photographs and the American people can see for themselves what took place in those first 24 hours.”

Then-Vice President Dick Cheney in the President's Emergency Operations Center (PEOC).

Then-President George W. Bush, then-first lady Laura Bush, then-Secretary of State Colin Powell and then-National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice can also be seen in the photos.

Friday’s release was the second batch of photos centering on Cheney released in the last two weeks by the National Archives in response to PBS’s request. More than 2,000 showing him during his eight years as vice president were released last month.

All of the photos are available in a National Archives Flickr album.