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June bugs squirting

Monument of the New York Fire Department

Slavery! Wanted immediately, 300 able-bodied laborers! Above the age of 25 years to assist the present fire department in working their several machines, for which a liberal compensation will be allowed for their services. Those from the County

Grand Celebration of the Cincinnati Steam Fire Dept. in honor of the opening of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. "A Steamer" of the fire dept. of Cincinnati turning out to a fire; Procession of the steam fire-engines of the Cincinnati Fire Dept., on the occasion of the Opening of the ... Railroad

Grand Celebration of the Cincinnati Steam Fire Dept. in honor of the opening of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. Trial of all the steam engines of Cincinnati on the occasion of the opening of the ...Railroad

Jacob Tripler the oldest fireman now attached to the fire department, 1860 W.L. Germon 168 Ches't. St. Phila

The departure of Col. Ellsworth's Zouaves from New York, escorted by the fire department

Charles F. Holloway to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, November 06, 1861 (Telegram regarding plan for a steam fire department in Washington)

City of Boston. All persons within the City of Boston having gunpowder or fireworks on their premises contrary to the laws of the Commonwealth, and the rules and regulations of the Board of Engineers of the Boston Fire Department are hereby noti

U.S. Fire Department, Alexandria, Va., with steam fire engines, July, 1863

[Fire Department of Philadelphia mourning announcement.]

Preamble & resolutions adopted by the Fire Department of Philadelphia, April 20th, 1865, expressive of regret of the death of our late President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln

79262 - New York City - the Grand Duke Alexis reviewing the operations of the New York Fire Department, in Tompkins Square; 79262 - The Grand Duke Alexis inspecting submarine excavations at Hallet's Point, Long Island [widening Hell Gate Channel

Bravo! Señor Clevelando!! / Gillam.

Juneau Fire Department

A morning alarm /

Hose co. no. 1, Juneau [Alaska] Fire Dept.

Buffalo Fire Department in action /

Crowd watching ladder wagon in Fire Dept. Exhibition, New York

Men holding banner of N.Y. Fire Dept., New York

Auto extension pipe, Fire Department, N.Y.

Mrs. McClellan, wife of Mayor, decorating honor men of N.Y. Fire Dept., New York

N.Y. Fire Department. Auto Extension Pipe

Auto extension pipe, Fire Department, N.Y

Honor men of the N.Y. Fire Dept. lined up, New York

N.Y. Fire Department. Auto Extension Pipe

[Bi-centenary celebration, civic & industrial development, Fire Department, Detroit, Mich.]

Montreal Fire Department on runners /

Albany, N.Y., fire department /

Boston Fire Department rushing to the scene of duty, Boston, Mass.

Uncle Josh and the fire department

N.Y. Fire Department returning /

Cleveland fire department /

Washington, D.C. fire department

[Baltimore fire, 1904] Chief Engineer Belt, D.C. Fire Dept.

[Baltimore fire, 1904] No. 3 D.C. Fire Dept. going into action

Annual parade, New York Fire Department /

A Philadelphia fire department engine responding to a fire alarm

Holyoke fire department, High Street, Chief Lynch in the buggy

Mrs. McClellan, wife of Mayor, decorating honor men of N.Y. Fire Dept., New York

Fire Dept. Exhibition, fire engine, New York

Women Fire Dept., Clarendon, Va.

[Washington, D.C., Fire Department activities - fighting Treasury fire]

[D.C. Washington. Fire Department activities: hook & ladder engine (folder 438)]

[D.C. Washington. Fire Department activities: horse-drawn hook & ladder truck leaving firehouse (folder 438)]

Friendship Fire Dept., Alex., Va.

Friendship Fire Dept., Alex., Va.

Fire Department, Valdosta, Georgia

Sam B. Boyd (Knoxville), H.C. Bunker (Cin'ti), Geo. Olvanny (Dep. Com'y, N.Y.), Geo. O. Luce (Knoxville), Geo. Kelly (Bism'k)

Friendship Fire Dept., Alex., [Virginia]

Royal hose & chemical no. 6--York, Pa., fire department

Laurel engine no. 1, York, Pa., fire department

Fire-engines: Rex Hook & Ladder Co. - York, Pa., fire department

[Wash. - Wenatchee - Wenatchee Fire Dept. chemical truck no. 1; horse-drawn, 8 firemen in uniform]

Rescue no. 4, hose & chemical - York, Pa., fire department

Fire-engines: Goodwill Hummingbird No. 5, York, Pa., fire department

Laurel No. 1 - York, Pa., fire department

Goodwill Hornett No. 5 - York, Pa., fire department

Union Horse & Chemical No. 3 - York, Pa., fire department

Royal - front view - No. 6, York, Pa., fire department

Royal Hose & turn. nozzle no. 6 - York, Pa., Fire Department

Union engine no. 3 - York, Pa., fire department

Laurel hose reel no. 1--York, Pa., fire department

Royal hose & nozzle--York, Pa., fire department

Goodwill Engine No. 5 - York, Pa. Fire Department

[Ladder truck of the Columbus (Ohio?) fire department]

Mullan [Idaho] Fire Dept., Decoration Day, 1912

Fire Dept. in City Employees' parade, N.Y., 5/17/13

Geo. Ovanny, Chief Kenlon, Lt. Rankin and Dr. Archer

Maude Osbury(?), Mrs. Collins(?), Olive Schultz, Mrs. Sadie Keene, and Mrs. Miller

Men of the Crystal Lake Fire Dept.

Volunteer Fire Dept., Lake Huntington, N.Y.

D.C. Fire Dept. car for Semmes Motor Co.

Springfield Fire Department, Springfield, Ohio

Portland, Maine, Fire Department, #2, July 3, 1920

Clayton, N.J. Fire Dept.

Niagara Falls Fire Department

Niagara Falls Fire Department

Lexington Fire Department, May 1921

The last of the Horses Engine Co. 205, New York Fire Department

Delivering flour in Venice. There is an ambulance, fire department (never used) and police wagon? in gondola style The Bridge of Sighs over which prisoners were led to their execution in the prison on the right ; Every visitor to Venice must buy corn from a rich peddler and feed the pigeons in front of St. Mark's Cathedral. Mr. Carpenter does his duty.

The watch tower from the Galata Bridge in Constantinople. Men are constantly on watch in this tower and when smoke is seen work is gotten by runners to the fire department which eventually reaches the scene of the conflagration Only late at night does the traffic cease on this world famous Galata Bridge.

D.C. Fire Dept. Ball Team, 1923

Fire Dept.

Fire Dept. truck decorating

Fire Dept. decorating trucks

Saturday nigh for Capitol. Captain H.C. Corder, chief of the Washington Fire Department, giving the Capitol its annual bath. The Senate side of the Capitol is shown in the picture getting sprayed by the powerful hoses which take more than two men to hold

Smalltown volunteer fire department at work. Aledo, Illinois

History of civic services in the city of New York Fire Department No. 3 : A steam engine was used for the first time.

History of civic services in the city of New York Fire Department No. 4 : Up-to-date machinery, efficiency, speed.

History of civic services in the city of New York Fire Department No. 1 : Fire department founded by Petrus Stuyvesant.

History of civic services in the city of New York Fire Department No. 2 : A fire engine was used for the first time.

Fire department, Saint Francisville, Louisiana

Fire department, Saint Francisville, Louisiana

Fire department, Saint Francisville, Louisiana

Fire department, Saint Francisville, Louisiana

Fire department, Somerset, Ohio

Fire department, Somerset, Ohio

First aid class for members of volunteer fire department. Greenhills, Ohio

Fire department, Cadott, Wisconsin

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