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" The above features, combined with the almost total lack of sprinklers, and absence of modern protective devices generally, numerous and mutually aggravating conflagration breeders, high winds and comparatively narrow streets, make the probability feature... "
The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of April 18, 1906: And Their Effects ... - Page 66
by Grove Karl Gilbert, Joseph Austin Holmes, Richard Lewis Humphrey, John Stephen Sewell, Frank Soulé - 1907 - 170 pages
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Bulletin, Issues 319-324

Geology - 1908
...particularly large. In their report the board summarized the situation in San Francisco as follows : While two of the five sections into which the congested-value...conflagration hazard within their own limits, they are badly exjiosed l>y the others, in which all the elements of the conflagration hazard are present to a marked...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 324

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1907
...particularly large. In their report the board summarized the situation in San Francisco as follows : "While two of the five sections into which the congested-value...elements of the conflagration hazard are present to n marked degree. Not only is the hazard extreme within the congested-value district, but it is augmented...
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Earthquake and Fire 1906 San Francisco: Concerning the Fire Resistance of ...

Buildings - 1907 - 90 pages
...feature alarmingly severe. SUMMARY.—While two of the five sections into which the congested value district is divided involve only a mild conflagration...they are badly exposed by the others in which all elements of the conflagration hazard are present to a marked degree. Not only is the hazard extreme...
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Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Volume 33, Part 2

Civil engineering - 1907
...feature alarmingly severe. "SUMMARY. — While two of the five sections into which the congested value district is divided involve only a mild conflagration...they are badly exposed by the others in which all elements of the conflagration hazard are present to a marked degree. Not only is the hazard extreme...
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Geology and Oil Resources of the Santa Maria Oil District, Santa ..., Issue 322

Ralph Arnold, Robert van Vleck Anderson - Petroleum - 1907 - 161 pages
...situation in San Francisco as follows : While two of the five sections into which the congested- value district is divided involve only a mild conflagration hazard within their own limits, they are badly ex|>osed by the others, in which nil the elements of the conflagration lia/.ard nre present to a mnrked...
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Fire Prevention and Fire Protection as Applied to Building Construction: A ...

Joseph Kendall Freitag - Building, Fireproof - 1912 - 1038 pages
...Earthquake and Fire," p. 138. Summary. — While two of the five sections into which the congested value district is divided involve only a mild conflagration...they are badly exposed By the others in which all elements of the conflagration hazard are present to a marked degree. Not only is the hazard extreme...
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Safety Maintenance & Production, Volume 11

1906
...feature alarmingly severe. SUMMARY. — While two of the five sections into which the congested value district is divided involve only a mild conflagration...they are badly exposed by the others in which all elements of the conflagration hazard are present to a marMH degree. Not only is the hazard extreme...
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Geologisches Jahrbuch für das Jahr ..., Volumes 1-20

California - 1906
...winds and comparatively narrow streets, make the probability feature alarmingly severe. Summary. — Not only is the hazard extreme within the congestedvalue...augmented by the presence of a compact surrounding of great height, large area, frame residence district, itself unmanageable from a fire-fighting standpoint...
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