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Description: "MPTI instructors from Fond du Lac instructed over 200 firemen from 16 fire departments in the techniques of rappelling and snuffing out fires at Theresa F...
Description: "Theresa Fire Company."
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: E.W. Keyes Steam Fire Engine Company Number 1, Madison Fire Department, organized in 1866.
Description: Debris from the collapse of the Twin Towers in the churchyard at St. Paul's Church near the World Trader Center, a few days after 9/11.
Description: A large crowd of men and boys gathers around an International fire truck parked in street.
Description: Fire fighters at Fire Station No. 4 working to convert the old hayloft at the station into a utility room. From left are fire fighters Fred Rice, Maurice N...
Description: Aftermath of winter fire.
Description: "Theresa firemen pose for a picture at the Theresa Public School."
Description: Four firefighters wearing working gear and positioned about a fire truck pose with a sign stating 'Firefighters March on Muscular Dystrophy.' On the back o...
Date: date unknown
Description: Madison original Fire Station No. 3 (1902-1954), 1217 Williamson St. The driver is Albert Fell. Standing are George Eichman, Ole Johnson, and Ed Heick.
Description: Madison Fire Department's new gray $16,200 aerial fire truck is parked in front of the Central Fire Station, 18-20 South Webster Street. Roy Hurling is dr...
Description: View of the front of a fire-damaged commercial building at 3205 East Washington Avenue with two fire fighters, two hoses, and a ladder nearby. The signage...
Description: Chicago, Milwaukee, & St. Paul Railway engine no. 1155, class I4, built by the company's shop in 1901. Posing in front of the engine from left to right, ar...
Description: A group of distinguished men in hats stand around an International fire truck.
Date: 1876 ca.
Description: Invitation to the annual ball at Turner Hall, sponsored by Madison's Andrew Proudfit Steam Fire Engine Company #2. The company, which was organized in 1870...
Description: Maple Bluff fire chief Lawrence Nielsen places the first official dial call on Madison's new 100 percent dial phone service.
Description: Fire fighters spraying hoses upwards towards a building amid smoke. On the right are two men aiming water with a tall pump on wheels.
Description: "Veteran Theresa Firemen with their years of service. L-R: William Vis 32 years, Harvey Bogensneider 45 years, Les Zimmel 47 years, Lester Beck 58 years, P...
Description: Madison fireman Arnold Moen lies on the ground near two other firemen. He was overcome by smoke at the Ann Emery Hall fire at 263-71 Langdon Street.
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