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[Bedford, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Bedford, Texas fire department. The rectangular patch has a blue background and black edging. A red border contains the yellow wording "Bedford Fire Department" and a red Florian Cross. The points of the cross contain the words "Fire," "Rescue," "Hazmat," and "EMS." Two crossed hatchets appear behind the image. "Est. 1954" is written on the sides of the cross.
Date: unknown

[Fort Worth, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Fort Worth, Texas fire department. The shield-shaped patch has blue edging and two sections. "City of Fort Worth Fire Department" is written in blue and red along the brown outside edge. The inner portion of the patch has a navy blue background, a brown Florian Cross with red borders, and a white outline of Texas sitting atop the cross. A red bull's head denotes the location of Fort Worth.
Date: unknown

[Fort Worth, Texas Patch]

Description: Patch from a Fort Worth, Texas. The shield-shaped patch has five white stars on a blue field at the top, "Fort Worth Texas" and "All American City" on a white field below the stars, and then a series of vertical red and white stripes along the lower half.
Date: unknown

[North Richland Hills, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the North Richland Hills, Texas fire department. The rectangular patch has a white background and blue edging. "North Richland Hills" is written along the top in blue, and, and "Fire Dept." is written on the bottom in red. There is a Florian Cross in the center: its right point contains a yellow and blue image of a Star of Life; its right point contains a yellow and blue ladder; and its center contains a yellow and blue phoenix rising out of flames.
Date: unknown

[Pantego, Texas Fire Department Patch]

Description: Patch from the Pantego, Texas fire department. The cross shaped patch has a light blue background and dark blue edging. "Pantego Fire Dept." is written across the vertical points, while the horizontal points contain red images of fire equipment. "Tarrant County" and "Texas" appears in a ring on the inside of the patch and are separated by yellow stars. Inside of this ring is the image of a Star of Life.
Date: unknown

[Postcard Addressed to George Pendexter, May 11, 1909]

Description: Postcard addressed to George Pendexter with a note on the back that reads: "If you know Ft. Worth, you can recognize this spot." The photograph on the reverse side shows a view down Broadway St. looking at badly damaged buildings and trees caused by a recent fire. The building on the far right has large portions of its walls damaged and those in the background have their roofs destroyed.
Date: May 11, 1909

[Postcard with a Photograph of a Fort Worth, Texas Firemen Company]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of the number 6 firemen company in Fort Worth, Texas. There are nine firemen in the picture, five are standing towards the front and four are sitting in the seats of either fire wagon. The wagon on the left is carrying ladders while the one on the left appears to hold the water hose; they are parked in front of the "5th Ward" fire station in Fort Worth.
Date: [1909..1912]