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[Photograph of Firemen and Steamer]

[Photograph of Firemen and Steamer]

Date: [1840..1850]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of firemen and a steamer from the Orange Fire Department posing in front of a clapboard building. The steamer and the men's faces have been colored.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Postcard with a Photograph of the Ft. Wayne Fire Department in 1860]

[Postcard with a Photograph of the Ft. Wayne Fire Department in 1860]

Date: 1860
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard with a photograph of the Ft. Wayne Fire Department as it was in 1860. This department had a steamer engine on the back of the horse-drawn wagon along with the other three firemen in the picture.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Photograph of Two Horse-Drawn Fire Wagons]

[Photograph of Two Horse-Drawn Fire Wagons]

Date: [1890..1910]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two teams of horses pulling two fire wagons, one driven by Pearcy Adams and one by George T. Rexes from the Orange Fire Department. Buildings are visible in the background.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Fire Engine in Front of Fire Station]

[Fire Engine in Front of Fire Station]

Date: 1900~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Beaumont Fire Department No. 9 engine in front of a fire station.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Photograph of McKinney Volunteer Fire Department]

[Photograph of McKinney Volunteer Fire Department]

Date: [1900..1910]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of three rows of men from the McKinney Fire Department, dressed in uniforms and caps, posing in front of a building. A small boy stands on the far left of the front row. The men in the back row, standing from left to right, are Erwin Fergeston, Charles Carrington, Corn Oats, John Hill, Will Abernathy, Bob Kitchen, Alfred Allen, Robert Ware, John McKinney, Bob Maneden, Wiley McKinney, Polk Oats, and Charles Phelps. Those in the second row are Jim Sims, Wade Carrington, Jim Moore, Robert Warsham, Kelly Warsham, Giles McKinney, Buster Gordon, Will Gerrish, Press Duncan, Charlie Knott, Ian Nebb, and Bailey. Those in the third row are Estes, Dick Estes, John Johnson, Henry Goernan, Major Taylor, Jim Warden, Fred Burnett, William M. Abernathy, W. P. Suttle, Arthur Anderson, and Sam Burke.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Two Men on Fire Truck]

[Two Men on Fire Truck]

Date: 1900~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two firemen, identified as George T. Rexes and Grover Caldwell, sitting on a fire truck in front of the Orange Fire Station.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Photograph of McKinney Fire Department]

[Photograph of McKinney Fire Department]

Date: 1904~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of several men standing on and around a McKinney Fire Department wagon drawn by a horse, in front of a building. The men are identified as Tom Floyd, Otie Saunders, Tom Cambliss, unidentified, Walter D. Howell, Lou B. Furr, Van O'Neal, Rodger Abernathy, Robert Goastree, Lennie McCawn, and Fred Burke.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Postcard from Frank L. Lynch to George Pendexter]

[Postcard from Frank L. Lynch to George Pendexter]

Date: [1907..1912]
Creator: Lynch, Frank L.
Description: Postcard from Frank L. Lynch to George Pendexter describing the vehicle in the picture as a combination chemical and hose truck number 2. The photograph shows the truck rolling down a street in Colorado Springs during a parade and decorated with streamers and flags; also there are around ten firemen standing or sitting on the truck as it travels down the street.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Postcard from Frank L. Lynch to George Pendexter]

[Postcard from Frank L. Lynch to George Pendexter]

Date: [1907..1912]
Creator: Lynch, Frank L.
Description: Postcard from Frank L. Lynch to George Pendexter reminding Pendexter that he has not forgot about him. Lynch mentions that the vehicle in the photograph is truck number 1 riding through a parade in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The buildings on the side of the street are decorated in patriotic flags and even the vehicles in the parade have American flag decorations.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Postcard of Central Fire Station, Houston, Texas]

[Postcard of Central Fire Station, Houston, Texas]

Date: 1907
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard of Houston's Central Fire Station, a two-story brick building with several garage exits along the first floor. Horse-drawn fire engines are seen exiting the garages, and each garage is labeled. Three visible labels are, "Chief", "Hose", and "Steamer."
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
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