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Description: 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.
Description: 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.
Date: April 10, 1923
Description: 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.
Description: 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.
Date: July 1946
Creator: Martin, Linwood J.