Fire Prevention and Fire Protection

Issue 11 and Volume 54.

Fire Prevention and Fire Protection New York At the outset of my remarks I desire to express to you my sincere thanks for the invitation to address the International Association of Fire Engineers. The subject of fire prevention and fire protection is an exhaustive one; it would require unlimited time to go thoroughly into the many interesting branches. It is therefore my intention to briefly synopsis the many interesting features pertaining to fire prevention and with your permission place the details of my discourse on file in the minutes of your meeting here to-day for future reference. The only means of reaching the people on the necessity of fire prevention is to bring to their minds in language which is most resolute and even terrifying the dangers which threaten them. It is hard to realize, when reading newspaper reports of some great conflagration, quite what it all means; it seems…

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