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F.D.N.Y.
Quarters of Engine 52 Bronx
Early to mid 1930's? (4x5 sheet film negative)
#0191


East Boston
11-15-42
8th Alarm
(?)
This is a five alarm fire in East Boston..15 Nov 1942..Box
6153...after the 3rd alarm and the fire appeared to be under control there
was a large collapse..6 firefighters died and as many as 40 were injured,
some never returned to duty...also, Ladder Co. 8' 1941 American La France
125' aerial ladder was damaged..this rig was painted white..it was nicknamed "The White Elephant"..it was re-built and re-painted red and the ladder was only 100' long...I'll keep looking...what great photos.... keep 'em
coming.....BILL NOONAN
The photographer cropped this image with black masking tape.
(4x5 sheet film negative)
#0192


NEW YORK
2-2- 321
West Broadway and Spring
(4x5 sheet film negative)
#0193


NEW YORK
4-4-
Brooklyn
(4x5 sheet film negative)
#0194


5-22-41
45 W 34th St.
15 Bowery
1 dead 20 injured
(4x5 sheet film negative)
 #0195


The fireboat "Firefighter", commissioned in 1938, which is still in active service today. It is the oldest piece of fire apparatus on the F.D.N.Y.'s books.
(3 1/4x4 1/4 pack film negative)
#0196


The fireboat "Firefighter", commissioned in 1938, which is still in active service today. It is the oldest piece of fire apparatus on the F.D.N.Y.'s books.
(3 1/4x4 1/4 pack film negative)
#0197



(4x5 pack film negative)
#0198


MICHIGAN
Woodards Models
(Almost certainly not by Weegee) (3x5 roll film negative)
#0199


MICHIGAN
Woodards Models
(Almost certainly not by Weegee) (3x5 roll film negative)
 #0200

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