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Finding aid to the Los Angeles Fire Department photographs PC 019
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Consists of photographs and photographic postcards primarily documenting the Los Angeles Fire Department Engine Company Number 28, Truck Company Number 7, located at 7th and Figueroa streets. Photographs depict fire fighters battling fires, fire equipment, and damage to buildings from fire. Images also depict fire fighters inside and outside of their fire house, a fire truck prepared for the Rose Parade, and a parade on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles. Includes four portraits of Engine Company 28 Captain, one including his family. Three photographs, signed by Durston, show fire fighters responding to a call. One photograph depicts Engine Company Number 27 fighting a hotel fire; another shows a steam driven pumper at the scene of Fraser's Million Dollar Pier fire in Ocean Park in September 1912.
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Materials in this collection, which were created between 1912 and 1915, are in the public domain in the United States. Permission to publish or reproduce is not required.
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