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Firefighting equipment, 1837

In firefighting equipment on April 15, 2011 at 2:02 am

from Mechanics Magazine, 1837

“Two glass eye-pieces afford uninterrupted vision to the fireman. A small leather hose is attached to the back of the dress, through which a supply of fresh air is continually forced by the working of an engine, or what is better, by a pair of small bellows. ” page 363.



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