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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.
Firefighters of Station 28 in fire engine
Fire Station 28 was located at 5116 Westeimer. John Little Junior has been identified as one of the passengers in this photograph.
Group photo of firefighters standing outside Fire Station 14
This photograph was taken in the backyard of Station 14, located at 12th St. and Yale. John Little Senior has been identified as the man wearing a white cap.
Group portrait of Station 21 firefighters
This photograph was taken at Fire Boat Station 21, located at Manchester Avenue.
Firefighters on a chemical truck from Station 7
Photo of Fire Station 7 located at 2403 Milam & McIlhenney taken in 1920.
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 12 on fire engine
Fire fighter of Station 12, 2401 Sumpter, on a fire engine. Five are in unform, while one is in civilian clothing. The fire fighter on the far left is Vernon Dorsett.
Firefighters fighting railroad car fire at chemical plant
A group of men in hard hats stands to the right of the photograph while staring at the source of the smoke.
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 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 6 on fire engine
This photograph was taken at Station 6 located on Washington Ave.
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 standing outside Central Fire Station
This Fire Station was built in 1903 and housed about 40 fire fighters.
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.
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.
Firefighters of Station 18 on fire engine
Photo taken in front of Station 18, located on Telephone Road. Behind the wheel is Henry Levy; next to him is John S. Little Sr.
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.
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),...
Firefighters spraying water onto building fire
Spectators are watching in the foreground while several fire engines in the background spray water on a smoking building.
Firefighters inside fire alarm building
Dispatchers at work in the Dispatch office. Bert Hozea Senior is identified as the first man on the left.
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