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  Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
 County: Palo Pinto County, TX
[Lone Camp, Texas Volunteer Fire Department Patch]

[Lone Camp, Texas Volunteer Fire Department Patch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Patch from the Lone Camp, Texas volunteer fire department. The cross shaped patch has a grey background and dark red edging. "Lone Camp VFD Texas" is written in on the top and bottom edge of the cross' center. The left point of the cross contains a crossed pike and ladder. The right point contains a fire hydrant. The central circle of the cross has a braided edge and contains the image of a fire helmet, fire pot, ladder, nozzle, and pike.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Mineral Wells, Texas Fire Department Patch]

[Mineral Wells, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Patch from the Mineral Wells, Texas fire department. The rectangular patch has a wavy blue, white, and red background with navy blue edging. "Mineral Wells Fire/EMS" and "Texas" are written inside of banners along the top and bottom. A flame appears on the left side, and a Star of Life appears to the right. A Florian Cross with patterning similar to a United States flag is position under "Mineral Wells," and contains an image of a "fire scramble."
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
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