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Fire Alarm Communications Building in 1969

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Fire Alarm Communications Building located at the southeast end of Balboa Park on Marston Point. It served as the site of the San Diego Fire Department's fire alarm telegraph communications center from 1928 - 1970 when the city moved its fire alarm communications network into the new city hall complex downtown. The building was designed in 1927 by Robert Snyder and his partner William Templeton Johnson and constructed by J. A. Hunt and Company.

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