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[Photograph of the Side of a Damaged Building at Texas A&M]

Description: Photograph of a building on the campus of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas (now Texas A&M University) having been badly damaged by a fire. Only the framework is left standing as most of the inside of the building has been totally destroyed; there are also a large number of men standing in formation to the right of the building.
Date: May 1912
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photograph of a Milwaukee Fire Boat]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of a fire boat belonging to the Milwaukee Fire Department in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In this picture the boat is traveling down a body of water with smoke coming out of the smokestack in the center of the boat. The boat has three flags mounted, one at the front, middle, and back, and has a large water cannon mounted towards the front.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photograph of the Fort Wayne Fire Department Performing Engine Tests]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of members of the Fort Wayne Fire Department spraying water on a large building in the city. According to the photo, this was a part of some engine tests that they were performing at the time; one set of firemen is standing in the street on the right and another set is standing on the corner in the foreground.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter, March 17, 1912]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan in St. Louis, Missouri to George Pendexter in Austin, Texas discussing the man in the picture on the reverse side of the card; Eagan says that this man is picking up after a "roaring house fire on South Clark St." The photograph shows a fireman rolling up a large fire hose outside of a building.
Date: March 17, 1912
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard Addressed to C. L. Woodward in Austin, Texas]

Description: Postcard addressed to C. L. Woodward "Chief Fire Dept., Austin [sic], Texas" with a photograph of the motor vehicles used by the Akron Fire Department in Akron, Ohio. The caption on the photo reads: "The Webb Motor Fire Apparatus used in the Akron Fire Department." All of the vehicles have ladders loaded in the back, along with alarm bells mounted on the front part of the cars; these are parked outside of the fire station in the city with the firemen of the department posing around the vehicles.
Date: May 21, 1909
Creator: Taylor, O.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter, August 16, 1912]

Description: Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter saying that he has just returned from his vacation of 25 days. The photograph on the reverse side of the card shows a Quaker Oats Plant having been burned in March 1911; the building is still smoking at the time of this picture. There is also a train in the photograph with the words "Ann Arbor" written on the side.
Date: August 16, 1912
Creator: Johnston, W. B.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter, January 22, 1912]

Description: Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter concerning life in Battle Creek, Michigan, Johnston says that they are having a cold winter. The photograph shows a building in town badly damaged by a fire; the sign on the building reads: "YES WE WILL REBUILD AT ONCE, TEMPORARY OFFICES 401 EQUITY BLDG., Chamberlin Metal Weather Strip Co."
Date: January 22, 1912
Creator: Johnston, W. B.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter, June 12, 1912]

Description: Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter describing the photo on the reverse side and his attempt to find more cards to send to Pendexter. Johnston says that he is the man to the left of the one holding the hose and firing the water into the river; he says they are "well pleased with [their] new auto pumper." The photograph shows Johnston and another fireman with the hose shooting water into the river and a large crowd of people standing around watching the display.
Date: June 12, 1912
Creator: Johnston, W. B.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas