Moran’s patented fire-mask (1904)

This invention by William MoranĀ  “relates to new and useful improvements in fire-masks; and its object is to provide a device of this character adapted to protect the head of the wearer from the flame and smode and which has means for permitting the admission of air to the mask.” Well, it sure does have some character. How about a friendlier face? A smile, perhaps?

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