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[1940 Personnel of the Beaumont Fire Department]

Description: Photograph of the personnel of the Beaumont Fire Department in 1940. The individual portraits of the firefighters are arranged in seven rows with the department and year, "Beaumont Fire Dep't. 1940," at the center. There are five larger portraits of the officers are arranged around the department name. The firefighters are identified on the attached sheet, listed by row from left to right.
Date: 1940

[1940s Firefighters]

Description: Photograph of several firefighters during the 1940s. The fourteen men are standing in front of a brick building and are wearing dress uniforms or suits and hats. Several men are identified on the back of the photo, "1. Johnny O'Brien Fort Worth; 2. Chief Stephen Douglas O'Conor; 3; 4; 5. Fergurson Fort Worth; 6. John Douglas Southwell Beaumont; Back Row 1; 2. Ruie E. Akin Beaumont Texas; 3; 4. Rod Samble Chief Dallas Tex; 5; 6; 7. John Newton Richardson Beaumont Texas."
Date: 194u

[Addison, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Addison, Texas fire department. The cross shaped patch has a blue background and yellow edging. "Fire" and "Addison Texas" are written in yellow within the top and bottom points. The left point features a Star of Life, and the right point contains the two axes crossed under a fire helmet. The central image is circular picture of a building among trees.
Date: unknown

[Alamo Heights, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Alamo Heights, Texas fire department. The shield-shaped patch has a dark blue background and yellow edging. "Alamo Heights Texas" is written along the edges of the patch. A yellow Florian Cross containing the image of a "fire scramble" appears in the center. The top and bottom points of the cross contain "Fire Rescue," while the other two contain "F. D."
Date: unknown

[Aledo, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Aledo, Texas fire department. The rectangular patch has a black background and silver edging. "Aledo Fire" and "Est. 1951" are written in red and white along the top and bottom edges. In the center of the patch is a Florian Cross made to look like a stylized blue, white, and red flag of Texas. The number 34 is written on the right half of the cross.
Date: unknown

[Alpine, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Alpine, Texas fire department. The roughly eye shaped patch has a yellow background, red lettering, and dark blue edging. "Fire Department" and "City of Alpine" are written along the top and bottom edges. A firefighter's cross appears in the center of the patch, comprised of red edging, dark blue points, and a white central circle with the image of a fire helmet on top of a hatchet, ladder, nozzle, and pike.
Date: unknown

[Alvin, Texas Volunteer Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Alvin, Texas volunteer fire department. The circular patch has yellow edging and three sections of rings. The outer ring has a black background, golden laurels on the left and right sides, and "Alvin Volunteers" written along the top and bottom. The next section is yellow and has "Texas" written in black near the top. The third section is red and contains a yellow, white, and black image of a "fire scramble."
Date: unknown

[Amarillo, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Amarillo, Texas fire department. The shield-shaped patch has a dark blue background with red edging and lettering. "Amarillo" is written across the top. A Florian Cross contains "Fire Dept." in its vertical points and images of a hydrant, a hook, and a ladder in its horizontal points. The center of the cross contains a "fire scramble."
Date: unknown

[Angelina River, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Angelina River, Texas fire department. The rectangular patch has a white background and dark blue edging. The top of the patch has two flags facing away from each other. The first flag is blue and has "ARFD" written on it in yellow, while the other is a simplified version of the United States flag. Two golden banners besides these flags state "Pride" and "Honor." A red and black circle in the center is embroidered with "We Strive to Save.. Lives!" and an image of a devil holding a pitchfork. "You Light 'Em We Fight 'Em," "Angelina River," and "Jasper, Texas" are written in black along the edges of the patch. "Fire Dept" is written in two flared blue shapes emerging from the circle.
Date: unknown

[Arvada Fire Department Engine No. 1]

Description: Two photographs of Arvada Fire Department Engine No. 1. The fire engine is red, has an open cockpit, and has "Arvada Fire Dept. No. 1" written on the hood. Behind the driver's bench there is a silver tank and a ladder and axe stored on the side of the vehicle. Behind the fire engine is a white modern truck. The two photos are attached to a blue paper, which has "Crescent" stamped on the back.
Date: unknown

[Austin Fire Department Fire Truck]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of two firemen seated in an Austin Fire Department fire truck outside a two-story building with a balcony. The identification written on the side of the truck says "Colorado No. 2" and "Austin Fire Dept" on the front engine. There is an alarm bell and horn on the front of the truck; there are ladders and a water hose in the back of the truck.
Date: [1909..1912]

[Austin, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Austin, Texas fire department. The shield-shaped patch has two shades of blue backgrounds and yellow edging. The fang shaped top section contains "Austin" in yellow letters. The shield-shaped lower section has "Fire Dept." written on top and the image of a fire helmet, fire hook, and ladder situated over a ball of fire.
Date: unknown

[L.B.F.D. Fire Engine]

Description: Photograph of a L.B.F.D. fire engine, likely manufactured or purchased in 1918. The vehicle has an open cockpit and the main body of the vehicle contains a large, folded ladder. The building behind the engine is a fire station with the text "Independent No. 2" written over a door. The back of the photo has "1918" written on it.
Date: unknown