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[Baytown, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Baytown, Texas fire department. The wedge-shaped patch has a black background with amber edging. "Baytown" is written in white above a central image of a Florian Cross. The cross has red points, white borders, and an orange center containing the image of Texas and a billowing Texas flag. "Fire Rescue" is written in the vertical points, while the horizontal points contain a fire hydrant, pike, and ladder. A flame is located on either side of the cross.
Date: unknown

[Bellaire, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Bellaire, Texas fire department. The circular patch has a dark blue background with golden edging. A Florian Cross with white points and a dark blue center dominates the patch. "Bellaire" is written in white in the center and "Fire Dept." is written in blue across the vertical points. Blue illustrations of a hydrant, a hook, and a ladder appear in the horizontal points.
Date: unknown

[Crosby, Texas Fire Rescue Patch]

Description: Patch from the Crosby, Texas fire department. The shield-shaped patch has a dark blue background in its top and bottom sections and yellow edging. "Crosby Tx. Fire-Rescue" is written in yellow across these sections. The center section features a scene of the Warner Brothers character, "Tasmanian Devil," coming down a road during a storm. He is wearing a fire helmet while holding a hydraulic rescue tool and an axe. A fire hose is spraying water in front of him.
Date: unknown

[Cypress Creek, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Cypress Creek area of Houston, Texas fire department. The triangular patch has a dark blue background with yellow edging. "Cypress Creek Houston Texas" is written in yellow along the top and bottom of the patch. A red Florian Cross with white edging covers the center.. "Fire Rescue" is written in yellow over the top and bottom points. A yellow and black "fire scramble" appears in the center of the cross
Date: unknown

[Cypress, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Cypress, Texas fire department with a red and white background and blue edging. "Cy-Fair Fire Dept." is written in white across the top, middle, and bottom sections of the rectangular patch. The word "Cy-Fair" is between two white semicircles. The top semicircle has the image of a ladder and hook crossed over each other. The bottom semicircle contains a red fire hydrant.
Date: unknown

[Deer Park, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Deer Park, Texas fire department. The shield-shaped patch has a black background with red and gold edging. "Deer Park Fire Dept." is written in gold across the top and bottom of the patch. A Florian Cross in the center of the patch has golden points connected by a red circle. "Texas" is written in the lower point. A grey bird flies in front of the top point which has an American and a Texas flag projecting upward. The center of the patch bears a silver star surrounded by a golden laurel.
Date: unknown

[Eastex Freeway, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Houston, Texas fire marshal. The rectangular patch has yellow edging and a blue, red, and white background in the approximation of a Texas flag. A Florian Cross on the blue field contains a "fire scramble" and the words "Est. 1977." Two fire axes bearing the words "Courage" and "Honor" on their heads are crossed over the middle of the patch. "Eastex Fire Dept." is written across fire hoses that are wrapped around the axes' handles.
Date: unknown

[Houston, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Houston, Texas fire department. The patch has yellow edging, a blue outer background, and an inner background that is partially pale blue and partially the blue, white, and red of a Texas flag. "Houston Fire-EMS Rescue" is written along the outer edge in yellow. The flag background contains a yellow illustration of a skyline. The light blue background contains a white Florian Cross. The top point of this cross contains "1838," the left point contains a Star of Life, the bottom point contains a hazardous material symbol, and the right point contains a hook and ladder. An illustration of Texas appears in the center of the cross.
Date: unknown

[Houston, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from a Houston, Texas fire department. The patch is designed to look like a blue and white Florian Cross partially engulfed in yellow, red, and blue flames. "Houston Fire Dept" appears across the top and bottom points of the cross. The blue field, star, red, and white fields of the flag of Texas appear across the left and right points. The number twelve is written in red in the center of the cross.
Date: unknown

[Houston, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Houston, Texas volunteer fire department. The shield-shaped patch has yellow edging and two sections. The outer section has "Houston Volunteer Fire Dept" written across the edges of the patch. The second section has the blue, white, and red flag of Texas as the background of its top half, with a Houston skyline illustrated in yellow. The lower half has a dark blue Florian Cross with yellow borders on a light blue background. "1941" is written across the left and right points of the cross.
Date: unknown

[Houston, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Tyler, Texas fire department. The circular patch has a black background and golden edging. A Florian Cross with white points and a black center covers the patch. "Houston Fire Dept." is written vertically over the cross. Images of a fire hydrant and a crossed hook and ladder appear in the horizontal points.
Date: unknown

[Houston, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Houston, Texas fire department. The circular patch has a dark blue background and yellow edging. A cross with white points occupies most of the patch. "Houston" is written in the center and "Fire Dept." is written across the top and bottom points. Images of a fire hydrant and a crossed hook and ladder appear in the horizontal points.
Date: unknown

[Houston, Texas Fire Marshal Patch]

Description: Patch from the Houston, Texas fire marshal. The shield-shaped patch has a light blue background and yellow edging. An outer band of darker blue contains "Fire Prevention," "Life Safety," and "Code Enforcement" in yellow lettering. A red image of Texas is partially covered by a white banner embroidered with "Fire Marshal." Below Texas is the illustration of a skyline.
Date: unknown

[Houston, Texas Heavy Rescue Patch]

Description: Patch from a Houston, Texas fire department with a dark blue background and yellow edging. "Houston Heavy Rescue 11" is written along the top and bottom of the patch. The center of the patch features an image of the state of Texas covered by a striking eagle. To the left of this eagle is a burning skyline.
Date: unknown

[Houston, Texas Occidental Houston Chemical Complex Emergency Action Team Patch]

Description: Patch from the Occidental Houston Chemical Complex Emergency Action Team. The circular patch has a white background and blue edging. "Occidental Houston Chemical Complex Emergency Action Team" is written along the edges in black. A smaller circle appears further inside the circle. This circle contains a silvery grey background with olive branches and a rectangle that has been split into five parts. The top art contains "H.E.A.T" in blue lettering against white background. The images inside of the four other quadrants include a hazardous material sign, a Star of Life, a flame, and a man rappelling.
Date: unknown