The American firehouse: an architectural and social history

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Abbeville Press, 1982 - Photography - 286 pages
Looks at fire station architecture across the U.S., traces the history of fire departments, and shows how fire fighting equipment has changed

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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INTRODUCTION
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chapter one A Proper Shed Early Firefighting and Fire Stations 16401820
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Rebecca Zurier is assistant professor of American Art at the University of Michigan.

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