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[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.
[Central 1937]
Photograph of two rows of men in Fireman uniform, the front row seated while the second row stands.
[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.
[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.
The Man in the Leather Helmet: A Souvenir Booklet of The Dallas Fire Department
Souvenir book that was sold to raise money for the Dallas Firemen's Relief Fund. It includes a complete roster of Dallas firemen with photographs, articles about the department and fire-related topics, and images of locations, as well as advertising for Dallas businesses.