SCENES from a WAR: The New York City Fire Department

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SCENES from a WAR: The New York City Fire Department (STANDARD EDITION)
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Photography by STEVEN SCHER
Commentary by JIMMY BRESLIN

• 9 x 12 Hardbound
• 160 pages.
• $39.95 Standard Edition
• $69.95 Leather Edition - Less than 10 left! Order Now!
• $9.95 Digital Edition (only available with purchase of hardbound edition).

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M.T. Publishing Company is excited to offer a historic new look at the New York City Fire Department through the eyes of photographer Steven Scher. Scenes From a War gives a visual and written feel to unique events and periods in New York City’s history. Using the photographic talent of Steven Scher and the inspired reporting of Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jimmy Breslin, the reader will get to see what those times were like. Much of the photography speaks for itself. Some images include captions and quotes that enhance their meaning. All the photography is by Steven Scher and all commentary is by Jimmy Breslin.

The book is a 9 x 12-inch, coffee-table style with a deluxe hard bound cover featuring glossy, double-coated pages allowing for superior photo reproduction. Only $39.95 for the Deluxe Standard Edition and $69.95 for the Genuine Bonded Leather Edition. A downloadable Digital Edition is also available for only $9.95 in conjunction with the purchase of a hard cover edition. (An e-mail address is required.)



About the Photographer
Raised in The Bronx, Steven Scher began chasing fire engines at the age of twelve. After graduating from American International College with a degree in sociology, he has held numerous jobs in city government and media. He has been a photographer to a mayor; a television cameraman covering Washington, DC; a fire alarm dispatcher; and a fire department press secretary. He is an Honorary Assistant Chief of the FDNY.

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ISBN 978-1-945306-63-1, DE 978-1-945306-64-8
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