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Firefighter Mike Lathrop
Photo of firefighter Make Lathrop standing next to a truck in front of Station 26, 3813 Broadway taken in 1947.
Houston Fire Chief standing next to emergency vehicle
This photograph of Chauffeur J. P. Morgan was taken outside of Station 5.
Firefighters of Station 25 on balcony of burning apartment
Crew of Engine 25, Duran,Lutton, Reed,and Hopkins. The man in the distance has been identified as Captain Reed.
Houston emergency service vehicles
The equipment in the photograph of new fire trucks assigned to Station 1 includes Engine 1, from 79 Sea Grave and pictured second from right, and Ladder 2, from 79 American La France and pictured on the...
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.
Firefighters of Station 7 with steam truck 7
Steamer # 7 at a landfill fire. Firefighters in the photograph are identified as, left to right: Mike Lathrop, Poop (?), Magerson Smith.
Firefighters on San Jacinto street with firefighting equipment
Firefighters standing along a street next to horse-drawn fire trucks. This appears to be all the equiptment assigned to the Central Station 519 San Jacinto.
Firefighters of Station 7 with steam truck
Steamer # 7 was the last horse drawn wagon in the city, photo taken in front of St. Joseph Infirmary. Firefighters in the photograph have been identified, left to right: Riney Beecher (engineer/stoker)...
Firefighters at multiple alarm fire with Downtown Station equipment
Photgraph of a large fire at night. The left side of the photo shows a Ward LaFrance platform pumper, shown raised and operating with a heavy stream nozzle. The right of the photo is a ladder truck, shown...
Firefighters of Station 3 on hose carriage
Photo taken of Stonewall Hose Co., No. 3 in 1887, located at 191 Preston at Louisana. The only fire fighter identified in the photo is Barney Moffatt.
Firefighters of Station 7 standing next to hose wagon
Hose Wagon # 7 was the last horse drawn wagon in the city. Photo taken in front of St. Joseph Infirmary. Firefighters in the photograph have been identified, left to right: Doc "Cary"; Nick Burello, Mike...
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.
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),...
Fire alarm building
This fire alarm building was built in 1937. Prior to that fires were dispatched out of the Central Fire Station.
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.
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