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Description: Photograph of Dallas Fire-Rescue Station #1. The building has three bays. A fire engine is pulled out of the bay on the right, while another is in the bay on the left. A red car is parked in front of the bay between them.
Date: September 12, 1999
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)
Description: Photograph of a street view of the front of a two-story, brick fire station with four garage doors. The two garage doors on the right are open and a fire truck is 3/4 of the way out of right-center door. There are two men on the fire truck - one driving and the other on the top of the vehicle. On the front of the building, a fake balcony bears the Dallas Fire Department insignia and the American flag; on the sides of the building, parked cars are visible. The date and some handwritten notes are on the back of the photograph.
Date: December 22, 1969
Description: Photograph of six uniformed firefighters standing in front of the side of a fire engine at Dallas Fire Station 1. From left to right, the firefighters are: Fant, Capt. Lee, Chester, ?, Mitchell, and ?. The rear of the fire engine is just in front of one of the station's open garage doors. An American flag is flying above the same garage door, and in the background, part of the town is visible. There is a yellow sticky note on the back of the photograph identifying the fire station, and firefighters.
Description: Photograph of six uniformed firefighters standing in front of the side of a fire engine outside Dallas fire station #1. From left to right, the firefighters are: Cardwell, Capt. Allen, Yobi Davis, Raymond Burris, D. Lester, and T. Jones. Part of the town is visible in the background. The rear of the fire engine is still partially inside the fire station, which is just barely visible on the right side of the photograph. There is a yellow sticky note on the back of the photograph that identifies the firefighters and the station.
Description: Photograph of Dallas Fire Station 21 at Love Field. The station has four garage doors. There are four fire engines of different makes and models parked in a line in front of the station, as well as a station wagon and a small boat. There are handwritten notes and printed text on the bottom border of the photograph.
Date: December 24, 1969
Description: Photograph of the Dallas Fire Station 48 fire engine parked in front of the station. Two firefighters in uniform sit in the driver and passenger seat of the fire engine, while another firefighter stand on the truck, behind the cab. Behind the fire engine, the garage door is open. There are handwritten notes on the bottom border of the photograph. On the back of the photograph is typewritten and stamped information about the photo, as well as handwritten notes.
Date: May 25, 1972
Description: Photograph of five firefighters in uniform, standing in front of the side of a fire engine. From left to right, the firefighters are: Mitchell, Capt. Lee, Chester, Watts, and Gause. The rear of the fire engine is still barely inside the fire station, which is partially visible on the right of the photograph. In the background, part of the town is visible, including a gas station sign. On the back of the photograph is a yellow sticky note that identifies the fire station and firefighters.
Description: Photograph of nine uniformed firefighters standing in front of a fire engine, which is parked in the driveway of a two-story, brick building. The building is slightly visible on the left of the photograph; a small portion of the front lawn, sidewalk, and curb are visible on the bottom left. There are trees in the background and a puddle of water in front of the firefighters. On the back of the photograph are a label with the words, "Old 24's," as well as the typewritten date.
Date: April 16, 1964
Description: Photograph of Dallas Fire Department firefighters using a fire engine with an aerial platform called "Snorkel No. 2" to spray a water hose at a smoking building visible on the right. More uniformed firefighters on the ground use three more water hoses to hose down the building. The hoses are all connected to a fire engine on the left, and another fire engine is partially visible on the right, in front of a traffic light. Two men who are not in firefighting uniforms, one holding a camera to his chest, stand amidst the pile of water hoses in the middle ground. On the back of the photograph are a red-bordered label, the number "2" written handwritten in red ink, and information about the photograph.
Date: February 16, 1964