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[Postcard of a German Fire Station]

Description: Postcard of a gated, multistory fire station in Germany. The gated area consists of three connected brick buildings, with the opening facing the camera. The main building features garages at its base and a clock at the center of its roof. The back of the photograph has a handwritten message from its sender to its recipient.
Date: January 31, 1911
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of a Fire Fighter Rescuing a Lady]

Description: Illustrated postcard of a fire fighter on a ladder, carrying a lady and a cat on his back. The couple is looking towards the flames and smoke in the background. On the back of the postcard, the sender has left a handwritten message that says, "Dear Sir: I am sending today two [...] cards in exchange which I hope will be as [...]"
Date: April 26, 1910
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Galveston Lutheran Church Records: Minutes]

Description: Series of ledgers documenting the minutes of the Galveston Lutheran Church in Galveston, Texas, including various reports from the Secretary, Treasurer, and committees. The first page contains a list of information contained in the church records.
Date: 1851~/1915~
Creator: Galveston Lutheran Church
Partner: Galveston Historical Foundation

Frontpost, Number 48, February Issue 3

Description: Newspaper produced by American forces for German soldiers during World War II discussing events in the war, statements from soldiers and civilians, and other information related to the state of affairs in Europe and around the world.
Date: 1944?-02
Creator: United States. Army.
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Postcard of a Couple and Firemen]

Description: Illustrated postcard of a kissing couple within a burning heart, surrounded by firemen attempting to extinguish the fire with hoses and ladders. There is a Poem in German printed in the top left corner of the postcard. The back of the postcard has a handwritten message from the sender, saying, "My dear Sir! My best compliments for new year 1910!"
Date: December 1909
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas