St. Louis, Missouri, Fire Hall at 11th and Lucas, c1890

Between the nearly universal deployments of wood framed construction and the primitive state of indoor electrical systems, cities of the late 19th century were plagued by fire. St. Louis was no exception. Although the city was an early adopter of the paid fire department and invested heavily in fire fighting technology, a blaze often meant the loss of a building and many lives.

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St. Louis, Missouri, Fire Hall at 11th and Lucas, c1890

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