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[Firemen of 1895]
Photograph of seven men wearing fireman uniforms, three sitting and four standing, with two young boys bookending the line of firemen.
[Horsedrawn Fire Engine]
Photograph of three men behind the reigns of a horse-drawn buggy with a water engine at the rear, and a young boy in overalls standing nearby. John Clark sits on the left, notable for his figure immortalized on the Firemen's Monument in Fair Park. At the center is Dutch Herman, a civilian, and on the right is Al Kaufman. The boy in overalls is known as W. J. "Bill" Cox.
[Chief Horace F. McGee Scrapbook, Volume 1]
Scrapbook of Horace McGee, Fire Chief of Dallas, Texas. The scrapbook contains drawings, photographs, and newspaper clippings pertaining to the department and cover such topics as fires, equipment malfunctions, and community relations.
[Chief Horace F. McGee Scrapbook, Volume 2]
Scrapbook of Horace McGee, Fire Chief of Dallas, Texas. The scrapbook contains photographs, and newspaper clippings pertaining to the department and cover such topics as fires, equipment malfunctions, and community relations.
[Dallas Police and Fire Department Band]
Photograph of four rows of men ready to play marching band instruments on the steps of an administrative building.
[Dallas Fire Department Annual, 1901]
Book containing photographs of Dallas firefighters as well as their position and dates of appointment. In addition, the book also features numerous advertisements and images of the Dallas area.
[Firemen Banquet]
Photograph of a large group of men seated around a table set with dishes and flowers. These are the firemen of Central Station during 1906 or 1908.
[1909 Firemen]
Photograph of eleven men in Fireman uniforms sitting in two rows in front of the fire house.
[Firemen of 1909]
Photograph of six men, three seated and three standing behind them, dressed in black in front of a brick building.
[Central Station Chief Car]
Photograph of a fire engine pulling out of a brick firehouse, the central station at the corner of Main and Harwood.
[John Erickson and Firemen]
Photograph of two rows of firemen, the front row sitting and the back row standing. John Erickson stands in the back row, the third man to the right.
[Firemen on Steps of Courthouse]
Photograph of seven men standing on the courthouse steps wearing dark firemen uniforms.
[Test of Waxahachie Pumping Engine]
Photograph of a row of men in suits near a fire truck, standing on the wet cobblestone street near a two story house.
[Results of March 21, 1916 Fire at Paris, Texas Federal Building and Post Office]
Photograph of the ruins of the Paris, Texas Federal Building and Post Office, as a result of a fire of March 21, 1916. A few cars are parked on the side of the road, and several people stand on the sidewalk.
[Water Tower Test]
Photograph of four men dressed in suits near a train car.
[Water Tower Test in Dallas]
Photograph of three men, two wearing suits and one man in the center wearing a Fireman's uniform. From left to right, the men's names are Chief Gerguson from Fort Worth, Anderson Houston from South West English Dallas, and Johnnie Southwell from Beaumont.
[Water Tower]
Photograph of a tower operated by two men at the base to spray water from the top.
[Letter of Recommendation for C. R. Raynes]
Letter of recommendation from the American-La France Fire Engine Company, Inc., in regards to Mr. C. R. Raynes, who was an engineer and salesman.
[Central Station on 2111 Main]
Photograph of several rows of men wearing dark uniforms with silver buttons on the front in front of a three story brick building.
[Christmas 1933]
Photograph of one row of men wearing dark trousers, black ties, white shirts, and black caps standing in front of a small open-cab fire engine.
[Central 1937]
Photograph of two rows of men in Fireman uniform, the front row seated while the second row stands.
[Fire Station 8's Assistant Chief's Fire Engine]
Photograph of 4 uniformed firefighters standing in front of the Assistant Chief's fire engine. From left to right, the firefighters are: Clay, Watson, Cody, and Chief Meador. The fire engine is parked in the driveway of Dallas Fire Station 8, a brick building which is just barely visible on the left of the photograph. There are several trees beyond the fire engine, and beyond those, a residential neighborhood is visible. There are two small holes in the top of the photograph, one on the left and one on the right, as well as a yellow sticky note on the back, giving information about the photo.
[Barbecue Diner Fire]
Photograph of a car crashed into a one story barbecue restaurant with Dr. Pepper signs, at the corner of Harwood and Corinth street. Two were killed in the accident.
[Fire Station 15]
Photograph of Dallas Fire Station 15, a stand-alone, two-story, brick building with two open garage doors. Five firefighters stand in front of a fire engine parked in the garage doorway on the left, and five firefighters stand in front of another fire engine parked in the garage doorway on the right. Most of the windows on the second story are open or slightly open. A pole extends from the top of the building and out of shot. On the back of the photograph are a label, handwritten notes, and a stamp giving information about the photo.
[3 Alarm Fire at Second and Grand]
Photograph of six firemen and four civilians wading through the remains of a fire at the corner of Second and Grand street.
[Smoke Break at Grand and Second Avenue]
Photograph of three firemen sitting on the ground, two smoking a cigarette. The three are members of Engine 10, their names are Wayne Morgan, Bill Peters, and Joe Gideon.
[Firemen in Break Room]
Photograph of a large group of firemen gathered around a card table.
[Wreck at Colonial and Hatcher]
Photograph of a black and white truck wrecked at a residential block of Colonial and Hatcher, with policemen and three firemen in Engine 24.
[4 Alarm Fire at Ervay and Pacific Fire]
Photograph of a three story building decorated with ladders that lead to charred windows.
[4 Alarm Parking Garage Fire]
Photograph of a three story brick building with ladders and firemen leading hoses inside the windows.
[Good Street Baptist Church Fire]
Photograph of a two story brick building with three ladders leading to the second floor with hoses leading through the windows.
[Good Street Baptist Church Fire 2]
Photograph of a two story brick building with three ladders leading to the second floor with hoses leading through the windows.
[Car Fire at Central Romine]
Photograph of a car with the cab full of smoke while three firemen examine it.
[Firemen Manning Hose]
Photograph of a long line of firemen holding a hose to a house fire.
[Good Street Baptist Church]
Photograph of a group of firemen operating or overseeing the operation of a hose on the street level in a residential area.
[Good Street Baptist Church at Live Oak and Bryan]
Photograph of a two story brick church engulfed in smoke with firefighters on the street level operating hoses.
[Good Street Baptist Church Fire Street Scene]
Photograph of firemen in black coats manning the hoses in a residential area.
[Fire Station 6 and Firefighters]
Photograph of 11 firefighters standing with two uniformed firefighters and a car in front of Dallas Fire Station 6. The station is a stand-alone, two-story, brick building with two balconies and two garage doors. There are trees on either side of the station and the street is visible in the foreground. On the back of the photograph are a label, typewritten text, and a stamp with information about the photograph.
[Firefighter Group Photo]
Photograph of four firefighters standing in front of a car inside a garage. From left to right, the firefighters are: Lieutenant Fletcher Webb, Dillard Seale, Jess Lebel, and Jess Hawn. Two of the firefighters are making silly faces, and three of them have partially wet shirts. On the back of the photograph are a stamp, a label, typewritten text, and handwritten text giving information about the photo.
[Firefighters of Fire Station 5]
Photograph of ten Dallas Fire Station 5 engine and truck crew members standing in front of and leaning against a fire engine. Most of the men have partially wet shirts. One of the men is holding a pipe and another is wearing an officer's cap. On the back of the photograph are a stamp, label, typewritten text, and handwritten text giving information about the photo.
[1948 Fire]
Photograph of firemen wading through water near equipment covered with sheets.
[Firemen Inside Building]
Photograph of a large group of men wearing helmets, disrobing from their emergency gear.
[Remains of 1948 Fire]
Photograph of four firemen operating a hose on the charred remains from the inside of the brick building.
[Ben Griffin Auto Fire]
Photograph of a two story white brick building at 1601 South Ervay with black smoke engulfing the roof while two firemen operate a hose at the top of a ladder.
[1949 Fire]
Photograph of three firemen silhouetted by a large fire.
[4 Alarm Rooftop Fire]
Photograph of firemen dressed in dark coats with helmets scaling a brick wall to survey the smoking damage.
[200 Block West Jefferson Fire]
Photograph of firemen scaling a burning brick building's roof from an adjoining roof.
[1950 Fire]
Photograph of firemen scaling two ladders to survey the rooftop damage on the other side of a brick wall.
[Main and Field Fire]
Photograph of a two story building with stores at the street level and apartments on the second with firemen scaling ladders to reach the second story.
[Wheat Furniture Co.]
Photograph of firemen on a busy street with furniture stores, pawn shops, and department stores.