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    Shooting Fire: Fire Photography by William Noonan

    Presented by at Old South Meeting House

    November 4, 2010


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    Shooting Fire: Fire Photography by William Noonan

    At the shrill ring of a fire alarm, firefighter Willam Noonan grabs his dependable equipment—his camera. For over thirty years as a photographer and fire historian, he has captured on film the intensity and power of fire, and the courage and camaraderie of the men and women who fight it. In this illustrated lecture, Noonan shares his remarkable and moving images and discusses what these and other historical photographs tell us about the...

    At the shrill ring of a fire alarm, firefighter Willam Noonan grabs his dependable equipment—his camera. For over thirty years as a photographer and fire historian, he has captured on film the intensity and power of fire, and the courage and camaraderie of the men and women who fight it. In this illustrated lecture, Noonan shares his remarkable and moving images and discusses what these and other historical photographs tell us about the firefighting in Boston.

    This event is free for active and retired firefighters. Please call the Museum for details


    Old South Meeting House

    310 Washington Street
    Boston, MA 02108

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    Admission Info:

    $6 Adults, $5 Seniors or Students, $1 Children (6-18), Under 6 free Includes Museum Admission Tickets available at the door

    This event is free for active and retired firefighters. Please call the Museum for details


    General Day and Time Info:

    12:15 PM



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