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|Title:||1917 DSC Fleet of Motor Flushers for Brooklyn|
|Keywords:||History;Brooklyn;Department of Street Cleaning;Vehicle;Collection|
|Abstract:||Black and white photograph of a fleet of motor flushers from the Department of Street Cleaning, 1917. Trucks lined up in Grand Army Plaza area in Brooklyn with large arch monument in the background. Photographer unknown.|
|Description:||Unmounted. Sticker on sleeve of picture says: '1917 DSC, Fleet of motor flushers for Brooklyn. Tank replaced by 10 yard bodies for refuse collection in winter.' Photograph has the number 363 on the back. Image was originally removed by Robin Nagle in 09/07. Damage to photograph on left side, fingerprint marks.|
|Appears in Collections:||NYU-New York Department of Sanitation Museum Project|
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