Cambridge Dedicates New Fire House

Issue 4 and Volume 87.

Cambridge Dedicates New Fire House The new firehouse at the junction of Broadway, Cambridge, and Quincy Streets in the Harvard Square section of Cambridge, Mass., was officially dedicated on February 25. There was a concert by the Cambridge American Legion Band and a public inspection of the house. Mayor Richard M. Russell sounded an alarm from Box 48 across the street from the new firehouse and this brought to the scene by special assignment Engine Company No. 1, Ladder Company No. 1, Rescue Company No. 1, and the lighting plant, all of which are to be quartered in the house. Addresses were made by Mayor Russell, Chief Cutler L. Vose, and Richard J. Roche, of the City Council. The building was erected at a cost of $162,000 and contains three dormitories, large recreation room, library, study hall, rooms for officers, locker rooms, separate toilets and showers for officers and men,…

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