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  • Subject contains "Fire departments"

Description: Postcard shows a horse-drawn fire engine of the Wakefield Fire Department. The fire house on Princess Street is visible in the background.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Date: 1922
Description: Postcard shows a view of the 1900 Fire Department building at the corner of Crescent and Mechanic (now Princess) Streets. The view is looking west down Princess Street towards Main Street. Most of the…[More]
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Date: 1885
Description: 267 Woburn Street, Reading MA 01867

Date: [1970-1979?]
Description: "1975 Maxim 100 foot aerial ladder. Diesel powered, automatic transmission. 200 gallon booster tank with 250 gpm P.T.O. Hale pump with 250 ft. of 3/4" booster hose & 150 ft. of 1 1/2" preconnected…
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Creator: Sprattler, Timothy
Date: 2010
Description: This is a photograph of the pumper truck and hose truck used by the school's student fire department.

Date: 05-18-1894
Description: "Volunteer Hose 2, under Captain A.D. Cate and Lieutenant B.C. Flockton, was among the many fire companies that participated in the Third Division of the 250th Anniversary parade. Led by the Eighth…[More]

Date: 1912
Description: Volunteer Hose Company No.2 became a part of the Wakefield Fire Department following a Town Meeting vote in March 1892.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Date: 10-13-1938
Description: "Purchased from the Seagrave Fire Apparatus Co. of Ohio at a cost of $9,500, this sedan-style pumping engine was first shipped by railroad to New Orleans to the International Fire Chief's convention. …[More]

Date: 1894
Description: "The Volunteer Hose Company participated in the 250th Anniversary Parade as part of the Third Division. They were joined in the division by the Eighth Regiment Band of Salem Marshal Levi Flanders…[More]