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Frothingham, Frank E. Publication date. Fires - Massachusetts Boston.
Frothingham, Frank E. Boston : Lee & Shepard ; New York : Lee, Shepard & Dillingham. tcarney; blc; americana.
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Published by Lee & Shepard, 1873. Ex-library book, but only evidence is a label and writing on the spine. Bibliographic Details. Book has former owner's name on front end paper, minor chipping at corners, otherwise clean, tight and unmarked. Fold-out map has a 1" tear at hinge, otherwise in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory 919529. Ask Seller a Question. Publisher: Lee & Shepard. Publication Date: 1873.
The Great Boston Fire of 1872 occurred on November 9-10, 1872 and destroyed the city’s business district, burning uncontrolled for more than 12 hours with such heat that it created a raging firestorm. Starting in a building at the intersection of Summer and Kingston Streets, the flames leaped from one wooden roof to another, leaving a smoldering pile of rubble between the Common and the waterfront. 776 buildings over an expanse of 65 acres were destroyed, and as many as 20 people died, including two Boston firefighters
Photo, Print, Drawing Boston, after the fire, November 9th & 10th, 1872. Boston, after the fire, November 9th & 10th, 1872. The Library of Congress does not own rights to material in its collections
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