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[Postcard from Henry W. Woodward to George Pendexter]

Description: Postcard from Henry W. Woodward to George Pendexter concerning the sending of a catalog to Pendexter. The photo on the reverse side shows a Springfield, Massachusetts fire station with a large pipe attached to a vehicle driven by a fire fighter. The text written on the vehicle says: "City of Springfield" in small print.
Date: [1909..1912]
Creator: Woodward, Henry W.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

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

Description: Postcard from W. B. Johnston to George Pendexter with a photograph of a fire station in Otsego, Michigan. This fire station is made out of brick and has a tower attached to the from right corner of the building. The note written by Johnston on the postcard describes all the he had done by hand.
Date: June 1912
Creator: Johnston, W. B.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of the Side of an Old Fire Station]

Description: Postcard with a picture of the side of a downtown fire station. There is an open garage with a chain spanning the entrance on the ground level and a large mattress sticking out of a window on one of the upper levels of the building.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from Gus Brown to Mr. George Pendexter]

Description: Postcard from Gus Brown in Springfield, Ohio to George Pendexter in Austin, Texas regarding recent activities and jobs done. The photograph on the back is of one of the fire stations in Springfield; it appears that there is a bell tower on top of the station.
Date: March 8, 1912
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard Showing the Galveston Fire Station]

Description: Postcard showing the back side of the Galveston fire department; the front side has the title "Fire Station" on it. The garage door is open with a chain going across the opening, and the fire truck is inside the building; also an American flag hangs over the open garage.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photo of an Old Fire Station]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of an old fire station with an upper porch and tower on top. Some of the fire fighters are sitting outside on their horse-drawn vehicles, one of which is carrying a number of ladders.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photo of Chicago's Number 32 Engine House]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of a fire station in Chicago, Illinois; the text on the card says "#32 Chicago Engine House." This station has three garages around the corner on the right side of the building, and around 20 windows visible in this photo.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photo of the East Chicago City Hall and Fire Station]

Description: Postcard with a picture of the East Chicago city hall and fire station buildings; both buildings are designed in the same style. The city hall is situated in the foreground of the photo, while the fire station can be seen in the background.
Date: [1909..1912]
Creator: Schlieker's Pharmacy
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Photograph of Firemen by their Station]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of five firemen outside of their fire station. One of the men is sitting on a horse-drawn transport, two are seated on a fire truck, and one is standing in between the truck and horses. This fire station has two garages that are open in this picture, and it has a porch on the second level of the building.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Picture of a Galveston Fire Station]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of one of the Galveston fire stations making up the whole Galveston Fire Department. The fire truck is sticking out of the garage and another car is parked on the side off to the side of the building.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard with a Picture of an Old Fire Station]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of an old fire station with the abbreviation "W.W.S.F.E.C." on the top. The two garage doors are open and both of the fire trucks are sticking out of them; one of the firemen is driving the truck on the left.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of One of the Galveston Fire Stations]

Description: Postcard with a photograph of the fire station a part of the Galveston, Texas Fire Department. The main garage door has a chain across it with a fire truck inside of the garage.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of the Number 4 Fire Station in Battle Creek, Michigan]

Description: Postcard addressed to George Pendexter with a photograph of the number 4 fire station in Battle Creek, Michigan. This station has a prominent cylindrical castle-like feature in the front, and a large opening where the garage is.
Date: June 1909
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard Showing a Galveston Fire Station]

Description: Postcard with a picture of Galveston's fire stations, just a part of the greater Galveston Fire Department. Over the garage is the title, "HOSE CON 5," with a fire truck inside of the garage. This station is located closer to the suburban area as their are buildings on either side of the station.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of a Fire Station Draped in Patriotic Flags]

Description: Postcard with a photo of an old fire station draped in American flags. Both of the garage doors are open and some of the firefighters are sitting in chairs by the entrances.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of a Galveston Fire Station]

Description: Postcard with a photo showing one of the fire stations that make up the greater Galveston Fire Department. The garage door is open is this picture as are most of the other windows in the building.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of an Old Fire Station and Firefighters]

Description: Postcard of an old fire station with its firefighters posing outside in their automobiles, and horse-drawn transports carrying ladders; one of the automobiles is a fire truck and the other is a regular car. This fire station has an upper porch, and two garages on the lower level.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard of an Old Fire Station in Iowa]

Description: Postcard with a picture of an old fire station in Marshalltown, Iowa with a caption on the picture that reads: "The Still Alarm." There is an old fire truck coming out of the left garage with six firemen riding on it, and there is also a boy standing by the entrance to the garage in street clothes.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from Gus Brown to George Pedexter, April 1912]

Description: Postcard from Gus Brown to George Pendexter regarding Brown's current lack of action in Springfield, Ohio. The photo on the back is of the number 3 fire station in the town with two horses in front; this building has a bell tower on the top right corner.
Date: April 1912
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Side View of an Old Fire Station]

Description: Postcard with a photo showing a side view of an old fire station in a downtown area. All of the station's garage doors are open in this picture.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

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

Description: Postcard from L. H. Woods to George Pendexter with a photo of the Engine Company 20 station, the postcard says this is on Sunset Boulevard. Seven firefighters are posing for the photo outside of the station, two are sitting on different horse-drawn fire fighting machines, four are standing in a line between the two machines.
Date: [1909..1912]
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas

[Postcard from J. D. Smith to George Pendexter]

Description: Postcard from J. S. Smith to George Pendexter with a photograph of a fire station belonging to the fire department in Charlotte, Michigan. This building is made of brick and has its garage doors open with a chain spanned across the entrance and a fire truck inside of it; in the background there is a bell tower on top of the building.
Date: September 1909
Creator: Smith, J. S.
Partner: Fire Museum of Texas