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 Dedicated to the memory and vision of Arthur Fellig 1899-1968
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Construction of the New York Fire department barracks
(5x7 film negative)
#0001


Weegee #111781

NEWARK, N.J. MOTOR PLANT WRECKED BY $500,000 FIRE.

A gasoline explosion caused the fire shown above, which did a half million dollars worth of damage to the plant of the Mack International Motor Car Corp. in the heart of this city. Four fire alarms had to be turned in before the fire was brought under control. Over forty trucks were destroyed

YOUR CREDIT LINE MUST READ (ACME)

(5x7 glass plate)
#0002


Brooklyn
See #0006 & #0007
(4x5 glass plate)
#0003


Salem Massachusetts burns, 1914
Copy negative from earlier prints (4x5 film negative)
#0004


(4x5 glass plate)
#0005


Brooklyn
See #0003
(4x5 glass plate)
#0006

 
See #0003 & #0006
(4x5 glass plate)
#0007


National Lead Co. on Gold Street, New York
(3 1/4x4 1/4 film neg)
 #0008


National Lead Co. on Gold Street, New York
(4x5 glass plate)
 #0009


National Lead Co. on Gold Street, New York
(4x5 film negative) #0010


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