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Fire Station no. 4, Topeka, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows a horse drawn fire wagon in front of Fire Station No., 4 located near 8th and Clay in Topeka, Kansas. The men gathered around the wagon have been identified from left to right as: Will Hall, C. McCabe, Captain A.M. Robinson and E.L. Robinson.

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Firemen, Solomon, Kansas

This sepia colored photograph shows members of the volunteer fire department from Solomon, Kansas. The men have been identified by row. Front: Jack McKleskie, Frank Henderson, Bill Higgins, Jerry Sullivan, and William Fugatt. Middle: Charles Whitley, Clair Sundahl, L.Z Castor, Tim Mahoney, Bov Havener, and Ernest Comstock. Back: Ed Carby, Bill Deweese, Geo.T. Stevens, Clyde Neal, Rueben Vanderwilt, and Sam Knight.

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Osborne Fire Department, Osborne, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows a group of firemen in their uniforms standing beside or seated behind the wheel of a fire truck in Osborne, Kansas. The second image is just the fire truck. Both images are, probably, in front of the town's fire station.

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Fireman's cap

Navy blue felt fireman?s cap with oval crown sides and flat top. Belonged to Edward Lincoln Skelton (1854-1915) of the Parsons, Kansas Fire Department. Skelton had become First Assistant Chief by at least 1898. Prior to his appointment as Assistant Chief he served as Foreman of Hook and Ladder Company Number 1.

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Fireman's Badge

Badge for E.L. Skelton, Assistant Fire Chief of Parsons, Kansas. Gold. In three sections linked by small chains. Edward Lincoln Skelton (1854-1915) had become First Assistant Chief by at least 1898. Prior to his appointment as Assistant Chief he served as Foreman of Hook and Ladder Company Number 1.

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Firemen, Caldwell, Kansas

This photograph shows members from the Caldwell, Kansas fire department standing in front of an unidentified building.

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Firemen, Solomon, Kansas

This photograph shows members of the volunteer fire department during a Fourth of July parade in Solomon, Kansas. Some of the men can also be seen in Kansas Memory item number 224844.

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Firemen, Abilene, Kansas

This photograph shows two men seated in a horse-drawn wagon equipped with ladders and hoses in Abilene, Kansas.

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Fire bucket

Tall narrow black leather fireman?s bucket used on a horse-drawn fire wagon. The donor, George Luty, was the fire chief of Kiowa, Kansas.

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Ribbon

Whitehead & Hoag Company

Double-sided ribbon for the Dodge City Fire Department. Front is red, white, and blue. Back is black for mourning. Made by Whitehead & Hoag of Newark and marked with an 1894 patent.

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