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Ambulance by Building with Armed Men

Description: Copy negative of an unidentified group of men with guns and ammunition sitting in an ambulance wagon. There is also a group of men standing in front of the ambulance; all of the men are facing the background. The ambulance has a medical cross emblem and text partially visible on the side that says "Servi... Sanitario ...itar." In the background, there is a building identified as "Presidencia Municipal," and has text bearing that name on the front of it.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Ambulance facility]

Description: Photograph of two men standing next to an ambulance outside of an ambulance facility. They are identified as Ray Cozad and Bobby Jack Watson. The facility has a three-car garage with two other vehicles inside of it.
Date: October 25, 1973
Partner: Collingsworth County Museum

[Dallas Fire Department Ambulance Repair]

Description: Photograph of a Dallas Fire Department ambulance parked facing the inside of a large, fire station garage door. The ambulance is missing its wheels, bumpers, and most of its body around the engine. There is a man working on the front of the ambulance, which is propped up by a large car jack. On the floor surrounding the ambulance are tools, an anvil resting on top of a wooden block, a large tank with hoses, a small tool chest resting on top of a rolling chest, and discarded scrap pieces. There is a stamp on the back of the photograph with the date the photo was taken.
Date: December 27, 1974
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

1929 Central Fire Station

Description: Photograph of the 1929 Central Fire Station on East Lufkin Avenue in downtown Lufkin, Texas. The building is two stories, made of brick, and has emergency vehicles parked on either side.
Date: January 27, 2010
Creator: Bell, Jim
Partner: Private Collection of Jim Bell

[Fire Station #32]

Description: Photograph of Fire Station #32 in Dallas, Texas. A fire engine and an ambulance are parked outside the bays. An American flag flies to the right.
Date: 1980~/1990~
Creator: Dallas (Tex.)
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

Austin's First Ambulance

Description: Photograph of Austin's first ambulance taken at 33rd and Speedway streets. The ambulance is horse-drawn and on the side, in addition to a cross, is a small plaque that reads "V.O. Weed." On the back of the photograph there is a note that reads "Mr. Bob Weed says that the body of this horse-drawn ambulance was removed and motorized with the coming of the auto-mobile, therefore it became Austin's first real ambulance."
Date: 1910
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

Austin's First Ambulance

Description: Photograph of a horse-drawn ambulance taken at 33rd and Speedway streets. On the side of the ambulance, in addition to a cross, is a small plaque that reads "V.O. Weed." The body of this horse-drawn ambulance was removed and motorized with the coming of the automobile, therefore it became Austin's first real ambulance.
Date: 1910
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Hampton Ambulance]

Description: Photograph of a Hampton Company ambulance. The windows of the vehicle say, "Hampton Ambulance." A man posing with the ambulance is identified as Harry J. Dominique, a driver. In the background, there is a building with a sign that says, "Hampton Company." Undertaker services were located on 2105 Procter Street.
Date: 193?
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Portrait of Slim Walker]

Description: Photograph of a man identified as Slim Walker, Deputy Constable, standing behind a Buick ambulance. He is wearing a uniform, and the vehicle says "Ambulance" at the top. In the background, there are other cars.
Date: unknown
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library