Dallas Firefighters Museum - 11 Matching Results

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[2815 State Street]
Photograph of the inside of a charred wooden house at 2815 State Street.
[Dallas County Courthouse, Corner View of Construction]
Photograph of the corner of the Dallas County Courthouse's multi-story, unfinished metal frame. Pipes are visible on each floor inside the framework, and on the second floor from the top, five people peer over the side.
[Dallas Fire-Rescue Station #1]
Photograph of Dallas Fire-Rescue Station #1. The building has three bays. A fire engine is pulled out of the bay on the right, while another is in the bay on the left. A red car is parked in front of the bay between them.
[Dallas Firemen 1979]
Photograph of three rows of men wearing black trousers and lighter colored button up shirts on the brick steps of a courtyard.
[Dallas Firemen Class #5]
Photograph of five rows of men wearing black trousers and lighter button-up shirts standing in front of a building with the number "1936" written above the door.
[Dallas Firemen in Courtyard]
Photograph of three rows of men wearing dark uniforms with silver badges standing on the brick steps of a courtyard.
[District 4 A Award Winners]
Photograph of three rows of men wearing dark uniforms in front of a red fire truck. These men are members of District 4 "A" who each won an award.
[Fatal House Fire]
Photograph of a house charred on the front entrance with a toy car also burned out in the yard.
[Fire Station #20]
Photograph of Fire Station #20 in Dallas, Texas. Two fire engines are pulled out of two open bays on the left. The other two bays are closed, and other buildings are visible in the background.
[Officer's Class Group 17]
Photograph of ten men wearing a light colored shirt and dark pants, standing behind a chalkboard sign which reads "Group #17 Date 9-30-63 Officer's Class." The men's names, from right to left are unknown, Lt. D. L. Reed, T. G. Gray, Joe Copeland, Captain C. N. Hunter, Captain R. O. Chase, Captain F. F. Francis, unknown, unknown, and Captain G. W. Hunt.
[Two Story Fire]
Photograph of a two story brick building ablaze with firemen aiming one hose through the broken windows on the top floor.