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[Postcard of a Fire Alarm Response, Providence, R.I.]

Description: Postcard of a fire department deploying a hose wagon in response to a fire. The vehicle is quickly moving to the right and towards the foreground. Several suited men are watching from the garage door in the right. On the back of the postcard, the sender has left a handwritten message that says, "If you write again soon, address to chillmark, M.V., Mass - and here for a short stay. Would you care for a view from the [...] fire dept. Though, mostly sea views."
Date: July 20, 1912
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. D. Smith to George Pendexter, August 20, 1909]

Description: Postcard from J. D. Smith to George Pendexter with a message saying that Smith had forgotten Pendexter's number. On the backside of the postcard there is a photo of some of the members of the Central Fire Station in Lansing, Michigan. The twelve men in front of the building are standing next to two of the automobiles used in fighting fires; the car on the left is holding ladders in the back end.
Date: August 20, 1909
Creator: Smith, J. D.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of a Fire at the Delaware Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas]

Description: Postcard of the burning of the Delaware Hotel. The town's fire department is trying to extinguish the flames, as seen by the hose leading from the wagons in the bottom right corner of the image. A large crowd is watching the event unfold from the left. Despite the image being black and white, the smoke has a slight red tint to it. The back of the photograph has a handwritten note from the sender that says, "[...] This is the nearest thing to a fire wagon here, so I sent it. [...]"
Date: June 20, 1908
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from Henry W. Woodward to George Pendexter, September 1912]

Description: Postcard from Henry W. Woodward to George Pendexter regarding the location of the fire station on the back of the card. The photo shows the Springfield fire station on Oakland Street with the firefighters standing outside in their uniforms and horse-drawn vehicles. In the note, Woodward says that this station is located about two miles from the center of the city.
Date: September 20, 1909
Creator: Woodward, Henry W.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas