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New Physick Estate exhibit shows how fire has shaped Cape May

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Dale Gerhard

Susan Krysiak, communications coordinator for the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities, stands next to a 1924 Ford Boyer Model TT fire truck on display at the Carriage House in Cape May. The truck is owned by Jerry Reeves of Sturdy Savings Bank, and is on loan for the exhibit. A new exhibit called Cape May Ablaze, has opened in the Carriage House at the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities in Cape May, showing the history of fires that have devastated the city of Cape May over the last two centuries. Monday April 28, 2014. (Dale Gerhard/Press of Atlantic City)

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CAPE MAY — Coastal storms have left their mark on this seaside town, but fire has shaped it.

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Dale Gerhard

Susan Krysiak, communications coordinator for the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities, stands next to a 1924 Ford Boyer Model TT fire truck on display at the Carriage House in Cape May. The truck is owned by Jerry Reeves of Sturdy Savings Bank, and is on loan for the exhibit. A new exhibit called Cape May Ablaze, has opened in the Carriage House at the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities in Cape May, showing the history of fires that have devastated the city of Cape May over the last two centuries. Monday April 28, 2014. (Dale Gerhard/Press of Atlantic City)