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[Carrollton, Texas Fire Department Patch]

[Carrollton, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Patch from the Carrollton, Texas fire department. The bell-shaped patch has a white background and red and gold edging. "Carrollton Texas" is written in black inside of a gold banner on the bottom. A red Florian Cross with black borders appears in the upper portion of the patch. "Fire Dept." is written in black inside of a golden banner inside the cross. Below this banner is a golden "fire scramble." Under this is a green circle containing the image of a golden bird head.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Cars in Street After Accident]

[Cars in Street After Accident]

Date: 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the fire chief's car, a tow truck, and other cars in the street after an accident, in Beaumont, Texas. People and buildings are visible in the background.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Cars Outside Presbyterian Church]

[Cars Outside Presbyterian Church]

Date: June 7, 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a hearse and a fire truck parked in front of a Presbyterian church for Assistant Chief Ruie E. Akin's funeral in Beaumont, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Carthage, Texas Fire Department Patch]

[Carthage, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Patch from the Carthage, Texas fire department. The triangular patch has a blue background with yellow edging. "Carthage Fire Department" is written across the top and bottom of the patch in yellow lettering. The red image of a fire helmet, hatchet, ladder, nozzle, and pike appears in the center.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Cedar Hill, Texas Fire Department Patch]

[Cedar Hill, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Patch from the Cedar Hill, Texas fire department with a dark blue background and yellow edging. "Cedar Hill Fire Dept" is written in yellow across the top and bottom of the semicircular patch. The red, black, and silver image of a "fire scramble" appears in the center.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Cedar Park, Texas Fire Department Patch]

[Cedar Park, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Patch from the Cedar Park, Texas fire department. The shield-shaped patch has a yellow background and black edging. "Cedar Park Fire Dept." is written along the top and bottom. A firefighter's cross in the center contains the image of a fire helmet, hatchet, ladder, nozzle, and pike on top of one another.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Center, Texas Fire Department Patch]

[Center, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Patch from the Center, Texas fire department. The cross shaped patch has a dark blue background and golden edging. "Center Texas Fire Dept" is written in gold across the points. A red and yellow "fire scramble" appears at the center of the cross on a light blue background.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Certificate of Promotion for P. Bishop]

[Certificate of Promotion for P. Bishop]

Date: May 24, 1911
Creator: Callaghan, Bryan
Description: Certificate promoting P. Bishop to the office of the Chief of the fire department in San Antonio, Texas, signed by Mayor Bryan Callaghan.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Charred Roof of Finger Furniture Store]

[Charred Roof of Finger Furniture Store]

Date: 1955
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the charred roof of the Finger Furniture store building in Beaumont, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas
[Chief's Car in Street After Accident]

[Chief's Car in Street After Accident]

Date: 1954
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the fire chief's car in a street after an accident in Beaumont, Texas. A crowd of people stands on a street corner to the left, and there are buildings and trees in the background. Several other cars are parked on the street.
Contributing Partner: Fire Museum of Texas