Issue 1 and Volume 52.

CORRESPONDENCE Ventnor City Proud of Its Motors To the Editor:—Referring to an article in your issue of May 15, on page 305, in which you state that Director George D. Porter, of Philadelphia, went to Atlantic City to inspect a new motor fire engine recently installed there, I beg to advise that this information is incorrect, in that Director Porter was at Ventnor City for the inspection, and not Atlantic City. Atlantic City does not have a piece of motor-propelled fire apparatus, with the exception of the chief’s and assistant chief’s cars. Ventnor City has an up-to-date motor propelled equipment consisting of a motor combination hose and chemical wagon, a motor fire engine manufactured by the Webb Motor Fire Apparatus Company, and a combination fire engine, motor-propelled, having a pumping capacity of over 900 gallons per minute, recently purchased of the Robinson F’ire Apparatus Company of St. Louis. We are…

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