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also known as Morning Fire Alarm

A Morning Alarm1896

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Filmed the same day as GOING TO THE FIRE by William Heise and James White, A MORNING ALARM depicts firemen departing Engine House and Hook and Ladder House No.1 in Newark, New Jersey.

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Quite exciting. If only our camera could have followed those gallant horses and men atop the firetrucks as they sped to their destination. The fire alarm, apparently, caused quite a scene in the city, alerting town folk and those passing by. Lovely to see the structure of these early firetrucks and to feel the intensity of this moment captured in time.

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Quite exciting. If only our camera could have followed those gallant horses and men atop the firetrucks as they sped to their destination. The fire alarm, apparently, caused quite a scene in the city, alerting town folk and those passing by. Lovely to see the structure of these early firetrucks and to feel the intensity of this moment captured in time.

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I love these old originals... life at a different time.