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[Postcard from L. H. Woods to George Pendexter]

Description: Postcard from L. H. Wood to George Pendexter with a note on the back that reads: "I send you this card to see if you have forgotten [sic] me of the L. A. F. D." The photograph on the reverse side shows a steamer engine parked in the middle of a large crowd of people.
Date: [1909-02-19..1912-02-19]
Creator: Woods, L. H.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photograph of Fire Damage in Houston, February 21, 1912]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of some of the damage caused by a fire in Houston, Texas; the text on the photo says that this is "looking west from plant of Dew Bros Syrup Co." Most of the pieces of debris in the picture are sheets of metal lying on the ground with other charred pieces in the background.
Date: February 21, 1912
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photograph of Fire Damage in Houston, Texas]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of the damage caused by a major fire in Houston, Texas. The caption on the picture reads: "Houston's Big Fire Feb 21, 1912 Where the Blaze Started." The building in the photograph belongs to a grain company, and has most of its roof and taller walls destroyed; most of the building with "Grain Co." written on it is most left intact. There are a few men looking through the debris.
Date: February 21, 1912
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from Gus Brown to George Pendexter, February 27, 1912]

Description: Postcard from Gus Brown to George Pendexter describing a fire that happened in Springfield, Ohio in 1903, in talking about injuries Brown says: "5 buried [sic] by falling walls, 3 taken out dead, others had broken limbs." The photograph on the reverse side shows the damage caused by the fire at the Fountain Square Theatre on February 19, 1903; this is the "stage entrance" which is torn up and wooden beams lying on the ground in disarray.
Date: February 27, 1912
Creator: Brown, Gus C.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter, February 5, 1912]

Description: Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter regarding other cards he would like to receive and some that he has available. The photograph on the reverse side shows the "rear of Parker Fur Store" as it is burning on December 7, 1911; most of the picture shows nothing but smoke.
Date: February 5, 1912
Creator: Johnston, W. B.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photo of a Fire Engine and at a Fire]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of a search light a part of "Engine #3 at 5 alarm fire" in New York. There are two men sitting on bundles with a fire engine parked behind them; the search lights appear to be on top of the awning over the fire engine.
Date: February 4, 1912
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter, February 26, 1912]

Description: Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter concerning fire engines and different cards to be sent. The photograph on the reverse side shows an old steamer engine, "Steamer #3" a part of the Battle Creek Fire Department in Battle Creek Michigan. There is a hose attached to the engine near the bottom while the steamer has smoke puffing out of the top.
Date: February 26, 1912
Creator: Johnston, W. B.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter, February 5, 1912]

Description: Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter thanking him for the last card Pendexter sent to him and describing the cold weather in Michigan at the time, and mentioning Chief W. P. Week. The photograph on the reverse side shows some fire ruins of the Globe M. F. G. Co. building in Battle Creek, Michigan; most of the debris has ice frozen to it. According to the picture this burned down on November 13, 1911.
Date: February 5, 1912
Creator: Johnston, W. B.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from F. A. Bruce to George Pendexter, February 5, 1912]

Description: Postcard from F. A. Bruce to George Pendexter with a photograph of a large building on fire in Fort Wayne, Indiana; there is one fire truck in the photograph with hoses attached to it and other streams of water shooting at the flaming building. The note on the back of the card reads: "Let me know what views you have of Battle Creek so I will know what to send this one is of Fort Wayne Ind. 11 people burned up."
Date: February 5, 1912
Creator: Bruce, F. A.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter]

Description: Postcard from J. P. Eagan to George Pendexter with a photograph showing a building on fire in Missouri; Eagan notes that this is the "state capital bldg., Jefferson City, MO." The photograph shows the building engulfed in flames after having been struck by lightning.
Date: February 1911
Creator: Eagan, J. P.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photograph of the H. W. Johns-Manville Co. Fire in 1909]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of a burning building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The note on the back of the card says that this was the H. W. Johns-Manville Co. fire that killed six people: "1 ass't chief, 1 lieut., 4 pipemen." The photograph shows a number of firemen rushing to the scene with snow falling all around them and at least five high-pressured water streams shooting towards the building.
Date: February 13, 1909
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photograph of a Large Building on Fire]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of a large building on fire and firemen attempting to put it out. The firemen are standing on the ground in front of the building using their hoses to try to put out the flames; by this point most of the building has been destroyed, only pieces on the front wall are left standing.
Date: February 13, 1909
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with an Image of a Fire in Milwaukee, Wisconsin]

Description: Postcard with an image of a fire taking place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The photograph shows a large group of firemen of the Milwaukee Fire Department attempting to put out the fire by using their high-pressured water hoses causing large clouds of smoke to billow out.
Date: February 13, 1909
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas