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Fire Department Band performing and leading at Labor Day Parade
Fire Department Band performing and leading at Labor Day Parade in Downtown Houston. Flag bearers bring up the front, followed by a banner, twirlers, and the rest of the band.
Photograph of Downtown Houston. A street which is flooded in the background and surrounded by buildings on either side. People are standing on the sidewalk by one of the buildings.
Photograph of Downtown Houston. The street is flooded in the background, with rubble taking up most of the foreground. A grocery store stands behind the flooded street.
Firefighters on ladder outside burning building
Fire near downtown Houston. The firefighter near the window is wearing the newly issued Federal Helmet and the other fire fighter is wearing the old style helmet called the "Hard Boil".
Souvenir of Houston by the Houston Fire Department.
Published in 1897, the Houston Fire Department was less than two years old. This shows most of the Fire Fighters who were part of the beginning of a long history of the HFD.
Firefighters standing outside Fire Station 13 with 1941 Mack pumper, B shift
This photograph was given to Scott Mellott by Charlie Sontag. Six fire fighters stand in front of Houston Fire Department Station 13.
Group photo of Station 54 firefighters standing next to crash truck
Group photo of Station 54 firefighters standing next to crash truck. The truck has "Intecontinental Airport" below the Houston Fire Department label.
Station 54 firefighters standing next to crash truck
Station 54 firefighters standing next to crash truck. The truck has "Intercontinental Airport" under the Houston Fire Department label.
Firefighters of Station 7 on fire engine
Hook & ladder truck from Station 7, located at 2403 Milam & McIlheney. This photograph is from the Mike Lathrop Collection, whom is on the far right. This truck is now located in the Houston Fire Museum....
Houston Fire Station 1
Station 1 was located on Bagby Street. The monument to the Houston Fire Department volunteers, dedicated in 1900, can be seen to the right of the flagpole.
Firefighters spraying water on building fire
This fire took place in the mid to late 1930's. The equipment on the right with fire fighter spraying water was a commandeered civilian book truck and was put to use by the Houston Fire Department.
Central station firefighters standing with water tower truck
The Water tower was purchased by the Houston Fire Department in 1912. Far left on ground is John L. Little Senior. The Central station can be seen in the background.
Firefighters of Station 3 standing with fire engine
Photo taken of Fire Station 3 Located at 1919 Houston Ave. at Spring St. taken in 1919. Three men standing by a fire truck while two more men are in the drivers seat and the passengers seat of the truck....
Station 7 firefighters at building fire
Station 7 crew at Houston Scrapmetal Building fire. Benny Burns, from the C shift, has been identified as the man closest with back to the photographer.
Houston Fire Station #31
Houston Fire Station #31 at 522 Crosstimbers & Haywood.
Aerial photo of Houston downtown area
Aerial photo of Houston downtown area from the west side. I-45 can be seen on the foreground.
Houston Fire Station #34
Houston Fire Station #34 at 2812 Berry Road & Jensen.
Houston Fire Station #35
Houston Fire Station # 35 at 5535 Van Fleet & St. Lo.
Houston Fire Station #1
Houston Fire Station #1 at 410 Bagby.
Houston Fire Station #2
Houston Fire Station #2 at 1500 W. Dallas & Bailey.
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