Fire Alarm Building Has Unique Features

Issue 4 and Volume 80.

Fire Alarm Building Has Unique Features Description of System—Building Adjourns That of the Fire Department Headquarte —System Has Ten Circuits WITH the sounding of the test call at 10 a. m. on January 13. the new fire alarm central office of Brookline, Mass., was officially placed in service; another part of the ceremony was the unveiling of a tablet. The system is housed in a one story brick building adjoining the headquarters of the fire department on Washington street, a short distance from the section of the town known as “Brookline Village.” The new improvements culminate the efforts of Chief Selden R. Allen and Fire Commissioner Willard W. Estabrook to give the city the best in fire protection. There are three unusual features in connection with the new building. First, the offices of the fire commissioner, secretary. and chief of department are situated in the front portion; second, there is…

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