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Ann Arbor Fire Department equipment, men and horses in Huron Street before Fire Engine House, 1906; HS18968

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HS18968
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Ann Arbor Fire Department equipment, men and horses in Huron Street before Fire Engine House, 1906
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Ann Arbor Fire Department - motorized equipment in front of station on East Huron Street; HS18970

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HS18970
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Ann Arbor Fire Department - motorized equipment in front of station on East Huron Street
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Firemen and dog with horse-drawn hook and ladder wagon, on Fifth Avenue, alongside Ann Arbor Engine House; HS18972

Item Number
HS18972
Title
Firemen and dog with horse-drawn hook and ladder wagon, on Fifth Avenue, alongside Ann Arbor Engine House
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Drawings of an early Ann Arbor Fire Department ladder truck; HS18980

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HS18980
Title
Drawings of an early Ann Arbor Fire Department ladder truck
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Horse -drawn fire engine, Ann Arbor; HS18982

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HS18982
Title
Horse -drawn fire engine, Ann Arbor
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The men, horses, and equipment of the Ann Arbor Fire Department standing in front of the station, Huron Street; HS18988

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HS18988
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The men, horses, and equipment of the Ann Arbor Fire Department standing in front of the station, Huron Street
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Ann Arbor Fire Department members with their vehicles, in front of fire house; HS18992

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HS18992
Title
Ann Arbor Fire Department members with their vehicles, in front of fire house
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Ann Arbor Fire Department members headed east on Huron Street in front of station house, with horse-drawn hook and ladder vehicle, 1908; HS18993

Item Number
HS18993
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Ann Arbor Fire Department members headed east on Huron Street in front of station house, with horse-drawn hook and ladder vehicle, 1908
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Ann Arbor Fire Department horse drawn hook and ladder (on parade?) heading east on Huron Street. From left to right: Tom Shamp, Harley Wise, Mr. McNamara (horses - Duke, Jim, and Barney); HS18998

Item Number
HS18998
Title
Ann Arbor Fire Department horse drawn hook and ladder (on parade?) heading east on Huron Street. From left to right: Tom Shamp, Harley Wise, Mr. McNamara (horses - Duke, Jim, and Barney)
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Armistice Day Parade of 1918, including streetcar alongside automotive Ann Arbor Fire Department engine, including driver H. Wise, Commissioner Sid Millard, and Fire Chief Eugene Williams; HS18999

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HS18999
Title
Armistice Day Parade of 1918, including streetcar alongside automotive Ann Arbor Fire Department engine, including driver H. Wise, Commissioner Sid Millard, and Fire Chief Eugene Williams
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Horse -drawn fire engine, Ann Arbor; HS18982

Item Number
HS18982
Title
Horse -drawn fire engine, Ann Arbor
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Haven Hall Fire June 1950; BL005018

Item Number
BL005018
Title
Haven Hall Fire June 1950
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Haven Hall -- Fire June 1950.; BL005024

Item Number
BL005024
Title
Haven Hall -- Fire June 1950.
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Fire Truck with 100 foot ladder extended to top of UM building (Michigan Union / West Hall?), January 1952; HS16855

Item Number
HS16855
Title
Fire Truck with 100 foot ladder extended to top of UM building (Michigan Union / West Hall?), January 1952
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Ann Arbor Hook Ladder #2 taken September 17, 1906 at Engine House #1 (copy print); HS18943

Item Number
HS18943
Title
Ann Arbor Hook Ladder #2 taken September 17, 1906 at Engine House #1 (copy print)
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Hook Ladder No. 2 taken September 17, 1906 at Engine House No. 1, Ann Arbor; HS18944

Item Number
HS18944
Title
Hook Ladder No. 2 taken September 17, 1906 at Engine House No. 1, Ann Arbor
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Hose Co. No. 3 taken September 17, 1906 at Engine House No. 1, Ann Arbor; HS18945

Item Number
HS18945
Title
Hose Co. No. 3 taken September 17, 1906 at Engine House No. 1, Ann Arbor
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Members of Ann Arbor fire department, 1900, incl. "Daddy" West, Bill Kern, Charlie Edwards, Charlie McLaren, Fred Shipley, George Hoelze, Henry McLaren, Eugene Williams and Charlie Carroll; HS18947

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HS18947
Title
Members of Ann Arbor fire department, 1900, incl. "Daddy" West, Bill Kern, Charlie Edwards, Charlie McLaren, Fred Shipley, George Hoelze, Henry McLaren, Eugene Williams and Charlie Carroll
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Horse-drawn hook and ladder no. 2, Ann Arbor Fire department, 17 September 1906; HS18949

Item Number
HS18949
Title
Horse-drawn hook and ladder no. 2, Ann Arbor Fire department, 17 September 1906
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Horse-drawn Hose Company no. 3, Engine House no. 1, Ann Arbor Fire Department, 17 September 1906; HS18950

Item Number
HS18950
Title
Horse-drawn Hose Company no. 3, Engine House no. 1, Ann Arbor Fire Department, 17 September 1906
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Horse-drawn Hose Company no. 1, Engine House no. 1, Ann Arbor Fire Department, 17 September 1906; HS18951

Item Number
HS18951
Title
Horse-drawn Hose Company no. 1, Engine House no. 1, Ann Arbor Fire Department, 17 September 1906
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One of the first trucks belonging to the University of Michigan, a Pierce Arrow. Men standing nearby include Alex Schlupe.; HS18952

Item Number
HS18952
Title
One of the first trucks belonging to the University of Michigan, a Pierce Arrow. Men standing nearby include Alex Schlupe.
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University of Michigan's first truck and two men (one may be Tom Knight); HS18953

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HS18953
Title
University of Michigan's first truck and two men (one may be Tom Knight)
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Ann Arbor Fire Department personnel, including Chief Fred Sipley standing front and center (to right of horses); HS18967

Item Number
HS18967
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Ann Arbor Fire Department personnel, including Chief Fred Sipley standing front and center (to right of horses)
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