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Houston Fire Station #28
Houston Fire Station #28 at 5116 Westheimer & Sage.
Firefighters outside Station 2
This Fire Station 2 was located on York street. The building still exists but has not been a fire station since the 1970s.
Houston Fire Station #30
Houston Fire Station #30 at 514 King & Helmers.
Firefighters on fire engine outside Fire Station 4
This photograph was taken at Station 4 on Holman. People in the photograph can be identified as follows: Mike Lathrop (driver), Captain George Bishop, Jon Ruby, Pat Sullivan, and John Reeder.
Group photo of Station 14 firefighters on fire engine
Photograph of a truck, a 1923 American LaFrance, taken at Station 14, located at 12th and Heights.
Group portrait of firefighters from Station 28
Group portrait of firefighters from Station 28 standing in front of the station. Three fire trucks and a car sit behind the group. Captain John S. Little Jr. is the person at the far left.
Mayor cutting ribbon at new fire station
Fire Station location unknown. From left to right: Chief Fred Hooker, Unknown, Mayor Louie Welch, Chief Jim Honea, City Councilman Frank E. Mann, Fire Chief Jake Cook, and Chief W. O. Hunter.
Firefighters fighting building fire with fire engine 8
Multi Alarm Fire, Engine 8 is on the far right of this photo.
Firefighters of Station 47 inspecting new fire engine
This is Engine 47, the model of the truck is a 1960 FWD. Four firefighters listen while a fifth firefighter points out the machinery on the fire engine.
Fire chief and chauffer sitting in carriage
Tom Rovel (man with bowler hat and suit) was the 1st Fire Chief of the paid Fire Department. Pinky Bradly (in cap and vest) was his chauffer.
Firefighters fighting building fire
This seven-alarm fire occured between Windrock and Woodway Square at San Felipe and Woodway. Ladder truck 38 can be seen in this photograph.
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....
Firefighters of Station 26 on fire engine
Fire Station 26, 3813 Broadway. Photo taken in 1947 shortly before Engine 26 was struck by a train, killing rookie James Lowth and injurying the whole crew. At this time, Mike Lathrop was Captain.
Firefighters of Station 11 on fire engine
The truck was an American LaFrance. Photo from came from the collection of John S. Little Sr. He is the fire fighter in the white hat.
Portrait of Fire Chief Homer Lyles
Houston Fire Department Fire Chief Homer Lyles 1939-1947 & 1951-1953. He is wearing a white cap with a black uniform.
Firefighters of Station 34 standing next to fire engine
Fire Station 34, Barry Road. A. I. Baker, Captain is the man in the middle with the red helmet.
Collage of various firefighters and fire stations
Proof from a promotional book showing various stations. Top left to right 10,9,7,2 Chief Boyd, middle Seibert, 2nd Edward Franks, 3, Central Ladder truck (Texas Ave side), Central (Texas and San Jacinto),...
Group photo of Fire Station 34 firefighters
Group photo of Fire Station 34 firefighters. Two vehicles are parked in the station garage behind the firefighters.
Men on truck #7 outside of an unidentified station
Brand new Ladder 7 replaced Hose Wagon 7, which was one of the last two horse drawn fire appratus.
Station 18 fire engine
A 1962 Ward LaFrance fire engine sitting in the driveway of Station 18.
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