The United Air Lines headstone naming all 29 unidentified victims and also two victims who were identified, even though the latter were not buried here and were sent home for private interment. The two identified victims' names on the stone were included at the request of family members, in the sentiment that because each of these persons was traveling with a second family member who was amongst the unidentified, they should symbolically remain with that person.
The TWA memorial marker at the mass gravesite in Flagstaff Citizens' Cemetery in Flagstaff, Arizona. This photograph is from the 50th anniversary of the disaster, in 2006. The bronze plaque contains 66 names, those of the 60 persons who were never identified along with those of 6 persons who were, whose families requested that they be buried in the mass grave.