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[District 7 1974]

Description: Photograph of three rows of men wearing dark colored uniforms standing in front of a naval ship.
Date: 1974
Item Type: Photograph

[Early Water Engines]

Description: Photograph of two early-model fire engines, one which carries the hose and another that stores and pumps water.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[Early Firemen]

Description: Photograph of seven men dressed in suits with cowboy hats, three seated and four standing.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[Dallas Firemen Class #5]

Description: 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.
Date: September 30, 1972
Item Type: Photograph

[Dallas Firemen Class #3]

Description: Photograph of four rows of men wearing black trousers and light button-up shirts standing in front of a building with the number "1936" written above the door.
Date: July 26, 1972
Item Type: Photograph

[Five Men in Uniform]

Description: Photograph of five men in black uniforms standing near an American flag. Their names from left to right are M. C. Byrom, B. W. Taylor, J. D. Osborn, R. F. Tayler, and unknown.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[Five Fire Chief Portraits]

Description: Photograph of five men, one in each corner and in the center. The man at the top left is Chief Hendrix, top right Chief Spillman, center Chief Penn, lower left Chief Colbert, and lower right Harbert.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[Firemen Playing Croquet]

Description: Photograph of five men dressed in white shirts, black ties, and black Fireman hats holding croquet mallets on a croquet course.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

[Front of J. C. Penny's]

Description: Photograph of a J. C. Penny's with three fire engines in the parking lot. The store sits on 5301 Inwood Plaza, the corner of Inwood and Lover's Lane, which became Eckerd Drug as of 2002.
Date: March 21, 1955
Item Type: Photograph