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Fire Museum presents 1904 Baltimore fire disaster in pictures

By Cassandra A. Fortin
The Baltimore Sun
Copyright 2006 The Baltimore Sun Company
All Rights Reserved 

Shortly after the Great Fire of Baltimore started the morning of Feb. 7, 1904, J.E. Henry spent about a half-hour photographing the collapse of the Hurst building, where the blaze started.

Meanwhile, A.C. Abadie was sent to film the fire using a motion picture camera that Thomas Edison had just patented.

Full story: Fire Museum presents 1904 Baltimore fire disaster in pictures






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