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[Men Posing with Firetruck]

Description: 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."
Date: 1980~/1989~
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)

[Firefighters at Central Station]

Description: 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.
Date: 1980~/1989~
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)

[Fire Trucks Waiting at Love Field]

Description: Photograph of three fire trucks parked on Dallas Love Field Airport. Two firefighters can be seen sitting on top of the center truck. The note on the reverse side of the image states that the trucks were waiting for the arrival of the president's plane.
Date: November 22, 1963
Creator: Pace, Dean L.

[Paramedics Deliver a Baby]

Description: Photograph of a male Dallas Fire-Rescue paramedic lifting a metal, rolling gurney into the back of a white ambulance. The paramedic has short, dark hair and is wearing a light blue, short-sleeved, collared shirt with a "Dallas Fire Dept." patch on the left sleeve. The patient on the gurney is covered with a blue sheet (her left arm is slightly visible through a gap in the sheet) and held down by two straps. Inside the ambulance, there are transparent cabinets filled with small blue organizing bins, visible on the left wall, along with medical equipment. There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo title and date.
Date: July 1991

[Civilian receives lifesaving award]

Description: Photograph of a male civilian standing with eight members of the Dallas Fire Department's Station 11, including the fire chief. The civilian, who has dark, curly hair and mustache, is shaking hands with the chief. The chief (who is to the left of the civilian), wearing a formal uniform, is handing a certificate to the civilian. The firefighters surround them on either side and behind them. On the side of the ambulance behind the group of men is text reading, "Dallas Fire Department." There is a label on the back of the photograph with information about the photo.
Date: January 1992

[Chest Pains Call]

Description: Photograph of a Dallas Fire Department paramedic with a rolling, metal gurney in front of an ambulance. Beyond the gurney, on the left, is another paramedic, facing away from the camera. The back right door of the ambulance is open, and there is text above the back door that reads "Dallas 32." There are two labels on the back giving information about the photo.
Date: July 1991
Creator: Garcia, Carolyn S.

[Paramedics at Major Accident]

Description: Photograph of two Dallas Fire-Rescue EMTs next to the hood of a vehicle. The female EMT on the left is writing on something against the car, while the EMT on the right is flipping through some papers. Three children can be seen between the two EMTs (two girls and one boy), and beyond the children, an African-America police officer stands watching. The car is parked on a dirt road next to a large grassy field. In the background, a residential neighborhood and a billboard for tax refunds are visible. There is a label on the back of the photograph with the photo's title and date.
Date: July 1991