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[Civilian receives lifesaving award]

Description: Photograph of a male civilian standing with eight members of the Dallas Fire Department's Station 11, including the fire chief. The civilian, who has dark, curly hair and mustache, is shaking hands with the chief. The chief (who is to the left of the civilian), wearing a formal uniform, is handing a certificate to the civilian. The firefighters surround them on either side and behind them. On the side of the ambulance behind the group of men is text reading, "Dallas Fire Department." There is a label on the back of the photograph with information about the photo.
Date: January 1992
Partner: Dallas Firefighters 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

[Dallas Fire Department Ambulance in Garage]

Description: Photograph of a man standing by the driver door of a Dallas Fire Department ambulance parked in a garage. The man's back is to the camera. The ambulance is halfway out the large garage doorway, facing outwards. On the back of the photograph are stamps giving information about the photo and dimensions for cropping.
Date: August 18, 1974
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Aerial Lift Rescue at a Sky Tram]

Description: Photograph of an aerial lift firefighting crane, the bucket of which is positioned next to a Sky Tram car suspended in the night sky. To the right of the yellow, aerial lift firefighting engine is a white, two-story building with palm trees next to it. To the left of engine is a medical tent, a small grey vehicle, a tall flagpole (with a GMC Trucks flag), and two emergency officers (one in a light blue shirt and one in a dark blue shirt). Four people, their faces turned away from the camera, stand underneath the awning of the building to the right. On the back of the photograph is a red ink stamp giving information about the photograph.
Date: August 21, 1979
Creator: Spainhouer
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Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Fire Station 1 and Fire Truck]

Description: Photograph of a street view of the front of a two-story, brick fire station with four garage doors. The two garage doors on the right are open and a fire truck is 3/4 of the way out of right-center door. There are two men on the fire truck - one driving and the other on the top of the vehicle. On the front of the building, a fake balcony bears the Dallas Fire Department insignia and the American flag; on the sides of the building, parked cars are visible. The date and some handwritten notes are on the back of the photograph.
Date: December 22, 1969
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Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Fire Station 1 and Firefighters]

Description: Photograph of six uniformed firefighters standing in front of the side of a fire engine at Dallas Fire Station 1. From left to right, the firefighters are: Fant, Capt. Lee, Chester, ?, Mitchell, and ?. The rear of the fire engine is just in front of one of the station's open garage doors. An American flag is flying above the same garage door, and in the background, part of the town is visible. There is a yellow sticky note on the back of the photograph identifying the fire station, and firefighters.
Date: unknown
Location Info:
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

{Dallas Fire Station #1 Firefighters]

Description: Photograph of six uniformed firefighters standing in front of the side of a fire engine outside Dallas fire station #1. From left to right, the firefighters are: Cardwell, Capt. Allen, Yobi Davis, Raymond Burris, D. Lester, and T. Jones. Part of the town is visible in the background. The rear of the fire engine is still partially inside the fire station, which is just barely visible on the right side of the photograph. There is a yellow sticky note on the back of the photograph that identifies the firefighters and the station.
Date: unknown
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Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Engine Co #2 and Firefighters]

Description: Photograph of the front of a two-story, brick fire station, which bears the sign, "Engine Co No. 2." In front of the building is a firefighting wagon drawn by two horses, bearing the name A. P. Flanary. The horses are chained to something out of shot, on the right. Three firefighters in uniform stand in front of the wagon while another firefighter sits in the driver's seat, holding the reins. On the back of the photograph is a label with handwritten information about the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Fire Department 18 Firefighters]

Description: Photograph of the firefighters at Dallas Fire Department 18 standing and kneeling in uniform in front of one of the station's fire engines. The men are arranged in two rows. On the front row, from left to right, the firefighters are: Miguel Gonzalez, Daniel Canter Jr., and Edward Downy Davis. On the back row, from left to right, the firefighters are: George Fletcher, David Villarreal, and Joe C. Guzman. Only a small portion of the front of the fire engine is visible in the photo. On the back of the photograph are an identifier stamp and handwritten text identifying the men in the photo.
Date: February 17, 1976
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Fire Department Firefighters at Station 3]

Description: Photograph of five firefighters in uniform standing on the side of a fire truck outside the old Dallas Fire Station 3. From left to right, the firefighters are: Odell, Capt. Bates, Robertson, Speirs, and Goodfellow. The town is partially visible in the background. There are two small holes at the top of the photograph, one on the left and one on the right. There is a yellow sticky note on the back giving information about the photograph.
Date: unknown
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Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Firefighters and Fire Engine at Station #1]

Description: Photograph of five firefighters in uniform, standing in front of the side of a fire engine. From left to right, the firefighters are: Mitchell, Capt. Lee, Chester, Watts, and Gause. The rear of the fire engine is still barely inside the fire station, which is partially visible on the right of the photograph. In the background, part of the town is visible, including a gas station sign. On the back of the photograph is a yellow sticky note that identifies the fire station and firefighters.
Date: unknown
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Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Firefighters and Truck]

Description: Photograph of nine uniformed firefighters standing in front of a fire engine, which is parked in the driveway of a two-story, brick building. The building is slightly visible on the left of the photograph; a small portion of the front lawn, sidewalk, and curb are visible on the bottom left. There are trees in the background and a puddle of water in front of the firefighters. On the back of the photograph are a label with the words, "Old 24's," as well as the typewritten date.
Date: April 16, 1964
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Old Fire Station 3 Firefighters and Engine]

Description: Photograph of five uniformed firefighters standing in front of a fire engine at the old Dallas Fire Station 3. From left to right, the firefighters are: Henry, Allen, Bell, Belvins, and Captain Baker. In the background, a residential neighborhood area, a few small businesses, and a traffic stop light are visible. There are two small holes in the top of the photograph, on the top left and the top right. On the back of the photograph is a yellow sticky note with information about the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Boys Play On Fire Engine Inside Fire Station]

Description: Photograph of three boys wearing different parts of a firefighting suit and climbing on the back of a fire engine that sits inside a fire station. A firefighter also stands on the back of the truck, watching the boys as they play with a fire hose. The bottom of the photograph has text that reads, "Dallas Fire Department." There is information about the photograph on the back.
Date: November 11, 1971
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Bozo's Big Top at Dallas Fire Station 33]

Description: Photograph of a clown, a man in a firefighting suit, and a uniformed firefighter standing in front of a curtain at Dallas Fire Station 33. Directly behind them, children sit in a small, raked seating area framed by a "Bozo's Big Top" circus wagon cut-out. On the left of the men is a drum with triangles on it. On the bottom border of the photo is text reading, "Dallas Fire Department." On the back of the photograph are dimensions and lines for cropping the photo, and two stamps with identifier information and the date.
Date: January 29, 1971
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Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Fire Station 21 at Love Field]

Description: Photograph of Dallas Fire Station 21 at Love Field. The station has four garage doors. There are four fire engines of different makes and models parked in a line in front of the station, as well as a station wagon and a small boat. There are handwritten notes and printed text on the bottom border of the photograph.
Date: December 24, 1969
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Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Dallas Fire Station 48 Engine]

Description: Photograph of the Dallas Fire Station 48 fire engine parked in front of the station. Two firefighters in uniform sit in the driver and passenger seat of the fire engine, while another firefighter stand on the truck, behind the cab. Behind the fire engine, the garage door is open. There are handwritten notes on the bottom border of the photograph. On the back of the photograph is typewritten and stamped information about the photo, as well as handwritten notes.
Date: May 25, 1972
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Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Firefighters and Fire Engines]

Description: Photograph of 16 uniformed firefighters and a small child, lined up in front of a two-story, brick and wood building with two open garage doors. Two fire engines are parked in the driveway between the firefighters and the building. There is a small tree and a small shed on the right side of the house. On the back of the photograph is a label with an identification number.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Firefighters and Fire Engines]

Description: Photograph of firefighters out of uniform standing in front of two yellow, Ford fire engines. From left to right, the firefighters are: Clay Miller, Vernon Patterson, J. R. Hancockl, Reed Russell, H. C. McElwee, T. C. Graves, and John Rupe. The fire engine on the left has a lift. Behind the trucks is the one-story, brick station, and beyond the station is a group of trees. On the back of the photograph is a red, handwritten "19."
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Firefighters and Small Boy on Two Fire Engines]

Description: Photograph of two fire engines parked in the driveway of a two-story brick building with two open garage doors. The engine on the left is smaller than the one on the right. Five out of uniform firefighters sit on the engine on the left, while four out of uniform firefighters and a small boy sit and stand on the engine on the right. To the right of the brick building is a small wooden house and a billboard for a movie event. On the back of the photograph is an identifier label that hasn't been filled in and a handwritten note identifying one of the firefighters as "Benningfield."
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Firefighters at Fire Station 17]

Description: Photograph of 5 firefighters in uniform standing in front of a fire engine at Dallas Fire Station 17. From left to right, the firefighters are: Coffee, Randall, Collier, Hall, and Lt. Short. Part of the fire station (a brick, one-story building) is visible on the left, while another brick building is visible in the background. There are two small holes at the top of the photograph, one on the top left and the other on the top right. There is a yellow sticky note on the back of the photograph giving information about the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Firefighters at Station 6]

Description: Photograph of the five firefighters standing in uniform in front of a fire engine at Dallas Fire Station 6. From left to right, the firefighters are: Captain Williams, Cain, Winterbauer, Webb, and Buckalew. Part of the station - a brick building - is barely visible on the left, behind the fire truck. In the background, a residential neighborhood is visible, including houses, trees, and shrubs. There is a yellow sticky note on the back of the photograph that gives information about the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Firefighter Group Photo]

Description: Photograph of four firefighters standing in front of a car inside a garage. From left to right, the firefighters are: Lieutenant Fletcher Webb, Dillard Seale, Jess Lebel, and Jess Hawn. Two of the firefighters are making silly faces, and three of them have partially wet shirts. On the back of the photograph are a stamp, a label, typewritten text, and handwritten text giving information about the photo.
Date: August 22, 1947
Creator: Martin, Linwood J.
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum

[Fire Station 4 and Horse-Drawn Fire Engine]

Description: Photograph of a horse-drawn fire engine and eight firefighters in the street in front of a multi-story fire station whose sign reads, "No 4 Engine Company." Two firefighters stand in front of the fire engine, one firefighter sits in the driver's seat, holding the reins to two horses, and five firefighters stand in front of one of two garage doors. The corner of a bed is visible through an open window on the second story of the station. Two buildings are just visible on either side of the station.
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Firefighters Museum