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[Chef Observes Damage to Burnt Cabinets]

Description: Photograph of a man in a chef's toque and uniform kneeling down beside a burnt and charred counter. His right hand rests on a pile of ash on top of the counter, and he's looking at a smoky wine glass on the counter. The cabinet doors under the counter and falling apart and falling off the the hinges. The floor beneath the man's feet is covered in ashes. On the back of the photograph are two stamps giving the photographer's name, the name of the printer, and the date.
Date: January 24, 1964
Creator: Grant, Clint
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Caved-In Roof After Fire]

Description: Photograph of an interior view of the smoking, caved-in roof of a building. A brick wall on the right, and a brick and wood wall with windows in the background are still standing. Many charred wooden slats and planks are visible amidst the rubble. In the bottom right corner is an embossed "Photo By Dallas Fire Dept." stamp. On the back of the photograph are a red-bordered label, the number "16." written in handwritten in red ink, and information about the photograph.
Date: February 16, 1964
Creator: Douglas
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Fire on the Roof of a Building]

Description: Photograph of a partially obscured, smoking fire on top of a brick building. The building is part of a row of other brick buildings that are visible at the bottom of the photo, one of which has a sign reading, "Piccadilly Cafeteria." Along the face of the buildings, fire escape ladders and staircases are attached. On the back of the photograph are a red-bordered label with text stricken-out, red handwritten notes, and information about the photo.
Date: February 16, 1964
Creator: Douglas
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Inside a Fire Damaged Building]

Description: Photograph of the inside of a burned and collapsing building. Wooden slats and beams dangle from above, and ash, burned rubble and wooden boards cover the floor in piles. On the left, a decorative metal panel hangs out from the wall, and on the right, the dark tiled wall is missing many tiles. In the distant background, a man is standing with his back to the camera. On the back of the photograph is a red-bordered label with text stricken out, handwritten notes, and information about the photo.
Date: February 21, 1964
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Burned Bin Sitting in Ash and Rubble]

Description: Photograph of a burned and warped square bin sitting in against a burned wall, amidst ash and small bits of unidentifiable rubble. Inside the bin is more ash and small pieces of burnt rubble. On the bottom left of the photograph, there is a small, circular, embossed stamp that reads, "Photo By Dallas Fire Dept." On the back of the photograph is a stamp filled in with handwritten information about the photo.
Date: March 10, 1964
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Burned Rubble Inside a Multi-story Building]

Description: Photograph of the inside of a brick, multi-story building. The floor is covered in ash and burned rubble, with a hole in the floor against the wall, and on the back wall, three windows are partially visible. A large metal beams stretches across the space, extending out of view on the right. A man in white overalls stands to the right of the hole in the floor, with his back to camera. On the back of the photograph are a red-bordered label with text stricken out, handwritten notes, and information about the photo.
Date: February 21, 1964
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Smoking Roof of Superior Bowling Lanes Building]

Description: Photograph of the roof of Superior Bowling Lanes (a one-story, light-colored cinder-block building), which is partially obscured by smoke. A large ventilation unit sits on the roof, and an electrical pole stands on the left, connected to the building by four long wires. On the back of the photograph are notes giving the address of Superior Bowling Lanes and the date of the fire, in handwritten blue ink.
Date: April 9, 1964
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Inside a Fire Damaged Multi-Story Building]

Description: Photograph of the inside of a burnt out multi-story building, taken from the bottom floor. Windows from the two floors above are visible on the brick walls, along with hanging wires and fixtures. A man in a cap stands in front of a huge pile of large, charred debris, while another man operates a shoveling machine just beyond him. On the back of the photograph are handwritten notes and information about the photo.
Date: March 5, 1964
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Fire Drill Sign in Hallway]

Description: Photograph of a rectangular in the middle of the darkly-tiled floor of a hallway. The sign reads, "Fire Drills Are Life Savers, This Exit Blocked By Fire, Dallas Fire Department." There are two doors on the left wall of the hallway, and one door on the right wall. There are two sets of tall lockers in the wall on the left (on either side of the two doors) and one large set in the wall on the right. At the far end of the hallway is a large door and a wooden chair to the right of it.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum