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    Date: February 9, 1976
    Subject: Fires
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32942
    Description: The ruined interior of a restaurant, destroyed by a three-alarm blaze in which three firemen were killed.
    Date: February 8, 1976
    Subject: Fires | Fire fighters
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32865
    Description: Three firemen were killed battling this three-alarm blaze in the Jolly Jiant, a Richmond Hill restaurant.
    Date: February 8, 1976
    Subject: Fires | Fire fighters
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32843
    Description: Three firemen were killed battling this three-alarm blaze in the Jolly Jiant, a Richmond Hill restaurant.
    Date: February 8, 1976
    Subject: Fires | Fire fighters
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32832
    Description: Three firemen were killed battling this three-alarm blaze in the Jolly Jiant, a Richmond Hill restaurant.
    Date: March 4, 1975
    Subject: Fires | Apartment houses
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:33290
    Description: Twelve firemen were injured, and eight families were left homeless, after a fire in the Woodside Court apartment building.
    Date: March 4, 1975
    Subject: Fires | Apartment houses
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:33253
    Description: Exterior view of Woodside Court Apartments, 39-70 62nd Street, after a two-alarm fire in which eight families were left homeless and twelve firemen were injured.
    Date: March 4, 1975
    Subject: Fires | Apartment houses
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:33301
    Description: Twelve firemen were injured, and eight families were left homeless, after a fire in the Woodside Court apartment building. Here, police and residents are seen outside the building.
    Date: February 4, 1960
    Subject: Fires | Fire fighters
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32945
    Description: Firemen battle a blaze at the Clapham-Stern mansion in Roslyn Harbor. An Italianate villa completed in 1872 by Thomas Clapham and once owned by retail magnate Benjamin Stern, the mansion is also known ... More
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: July 31 2006
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:29180
    Description: Greenpoint Terminal Fire - Ruins of the Greenpoint Terminal Market on West Street days after the fire.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: July 30 2006
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:29116
    Description: Greenpoint Terminal Fire - Aftermath of the Greenpoint Terminal Fire on West Street.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: July 30 2006
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:29107
    Description: Greenpoint Terminal Fire - Aftermath of the Greenpoint Terminal Fire.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: July 30 2006
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:29257
    Description: Greenpoint Terminal Fire - Ruins of the Greenpoint Terminal Market on days after the fire. [Taken from inside site]
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: July 30 2006
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:29259
    Description: Greenpoint Terminal Fire - Ruins of the Greenpoint Terminal Market on West Street days after the fire.
    Date: July 29, 1959
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32836
    Description: The parish hall of St. Anne's Episcopal Church was destroyed by a fire originating in the building's kitchen (at left.)
    Date: September 27, 1959
    Subject: Hotels | Fires
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:32883
    Description: Eight occupants were rescued from the blaze, as fire consumed the Bayview Plaza Hotel (once the Hotel Cedarshore), a Sayville landmark on the Great South Bay. Some 450 volunteer fire fighters were una ... More