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  • Description: trucks
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    • Early fire equipment

    • Fire departments; College students--New York (State)
    • An aerial shot of one of the first trucks used by the Student Fire Department with ladders and hoses loaded onto the attached 500 gallon pumping trailer. The pump was removed from the trailer and placed on a 1928 vintage fire truck in 1948.
    • Erie RR Station Agent's Office

    • Group portraits;photographs;Railroad stations
    • This is the only known photograph of the 1915 Chester Erie Station agent’s office taken while the station was in operation. It was taken in October, 1922 for use in the Erie Magazine. L-r: Robert Marvin, Station Master & John I. Edwards. Items...
    • Preparation for Red Schoolhouse demolition 1960

    • Photographs; Buildings; Trucks; Debris; Pines;
    • Trucks used during the destruction of Red Schoolhouse. The license plate of the front truck is 415 520 NY Commercial. Piles of debris are behind and to the right of the vehicles. A tall pine tree is slightly off-centered in the photo, surrounded...
    • Dexter Folder Company

    • Industry; Machinery; Railroad tracks; Handbills; Factories;
    • This a collection of three images all pertaining to the Dexter Folder Company. The top picture is a panoramic illustration of the Dexter Manufacturing Company circa 1920. Several long buildings run parallel with each other, while others run...
    • Aerial view of Lederle Lab Campus

    • Aerial views; Buildings; Automobiles; Roads; Streets; Factories; Trucks
    • This postcard is a view of the Lederle Lab campus main buildings circa 1950's. The aerial view is looking down and out over a business park. There are several tall business or office buildings on the initial blocks. There are cars moving along...
    • Hose Company No. 1

    • Photographs; Fire fighters; Fire engines & equipment; Fire stations;
    • A group photograph of firemen in front of two fire trucks and the firehouse. There are several name written in for the firemen. In the front row, Dreher, Stillitino, Yates, J. Malkey, unknown, unknown, C. Ormstead, Goutchious, Sculley, Chief E...
    • Doyle Bros. Trucking and views of Suffern

    • Photographs; Books; Truck industry; Stores & shops; Views; Plumbing stores;
    • Photographs of two pages from a book, showing five photographs with text below them. The first photograph is of an attractive store front of the well-known establishment of Mr. George A Beers. The Suffern merchant, engaged for many years in the...
    • Ambulance and fire trucks

    • Ambulances; Fire engines; Fire engines & equipment; Ladders;
    • In this image, an ambulance is lined up next to two open-top fire trucks. The ambulance is an early model automobile with a split windshield, a small emergency light on the roof, and a spare tire mounted on the passenger running board. Across the...
    • Piermont emergency vehicles

    • Ambulances; Fire engines; Fire engines & equipment;
    • In this image, an ambulance is lined up next to two open-top fire trucks. The ambulance is an early model automobile with a split windshield, a small emergency light on the roof, and a spare tire mounted on the passenger running board. Across the...
    • Empire Hose emergency vehicles

    • Ambulances; Fire engines & equipment; Fire engines; Fire stations; Garages; Fences;
    • This image depicts the emergency services vehicles of the Empire Hose Company. The emergency vehicles are depicted pulled just outside the garage bays of the fire station. In the foreground there is a station-wagon style ambulance with a bubble...
    • Horse Drawn Fire Truck in Nyack, 1911

    • Fire engines & equipment;
    • The 'Pride of the Empire' was an all-white truck which carried a 65-foot extension ladder, the tallest ladder in Nyack. The apparatus served only until 1916 as horse-drawn trucks became obsolete.
    • Nyack's Central Fire Station, 1 Park Street: 1911

    • Fire stations;
    • The Central Fire Company building on Park Street is decorated with bunting; a sign in one window advertises a parade. The station was built in 1910 for horse-drawn equipment. When larger, motorized trucks were acquired, the doors had to be widened.

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