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  Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum
 Language: English
[Firefighters at Central Station]
Group portrait of firefighters at Central Station in Dallas, Texas. The men are all dressed in dark-colored uniforms that include hats and jackets with a double-row of buttons down the front. They are posed in two rows with five men sitting in chairs in the front row and eight men standing behind.
[Composite Portrait of the Dallas Fire Department, 1891]
A composite portrait of the firefighters of the Dallas Fire Department in 1891.
[Arcadia Theatre Fire at 2005 Greenville Avenue]
Photograph of the Arcadia Theatre Fire at 2005 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Texas. Many ladders are placed against the building, and there are fire hoses on the ground in front of the box office. The marquee reads "Robert Mitchum. Robert Wagner. The Hunters. Open Daily 1:45."
[Men Posing with Firetruck]
Photograph of three men and a fire truck outside of Dallas Fire Department Station #15, located at Bishop & Davis Streets. Two men are seated in the front of the truck and a third is standing on the back of the truck; they are all wearing uniforms. The station is a brick building, visible behind the truck. The cross-street and other buildings are visible in the background. Handwritten text on the back of the photograph says, "Firetruck that George Hulse was riding when he was killed in an accident. Coat and hat on back of truck belonged to George Hulse. #15 Sta. Bishop & Davis."
[City Fire Marshals' Association, Dallas, Texas, June 4th & 5th, 1917]
Photograph of Dallas' City Fire Marshals' Association. The men in the front row sits down, while those in the back rows stand. All of them wear hats and suits.