New York Fire Boat in Action.
All Around the Town - Miscellaneous New York City Scenes [Ambulance.]
Building, Fire Dept. Engine #293.
Fire Dept., Engine Co. #30, Horse Drawn Engine and Men.
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
[Map of the locations of fire stations in the five boroughs.]
The Fire Department's boat house at the Battery with Castle Clinton behind it.
City Departments, Fires & Firefighting, Fire Engine No. 72.
Fire Engine 72 parked in front of Engine Co. 72. Bystanders and firemen stand on the sidewalk. The truck...
Firemen standing on top of Fire Engine 72 parked in front of Engine Co. 72. Bystanders stand on the sidewalk....
Park Avenue and 159th Street. Engine House Number 71.
Board of Director Exempt Firemen Sons Ass'n. 23 & 24. Wards.
Presented to James S. Norton in Appreciation of Meritorious Performance of Duty as a Fireman
1st grade 1948 trustees. Endowed by a fund contributed by James Gordon Bennett. Has box too.
Fire Department, City of New York
For valor. James S. Norton. Has box "James S. Norton H & L Co. 163"
[Reception in honor of the centennial of the organization of Lafayette Engine Company No. 19.]
At the Columbia, No. 48 East 14th Street on April 4, 1892. Addressed to James MacGregor.
Presentation of Medals to Members of the Fire and Police Departments for distinguished service in the performance of duty during 1937
June 1, 1938
New York Fire Department Relief Fund
February 15, 1910
By-Laws of Knickerbocker Fire Engine Company, No. 12
Jacob Cooper, Engine Co. No. 12, 40th and 3rd Avenue. 1852
Annual Hop of Knickerbocker Engine No. XII
To be held at the Third Avenue R.R. Assembly Rooms. January 13, 1859.
Knickerbocker Engine Co. No. 12, Annual Hop
January 11, 1864 at the City Assembly Rooms.
[The bearer performed good and active Fire Duty, and left the Company in good standing.]
Special Meeting of the Board of Engineers and Foremen at Fireman's Hall on June 13, 1859
Addressed to J. H. Arnold, Foreman of Hose Company No. 30, on June 7, 1859.
[Reception of Hibernia Engine Company No. 1 of Philadelphia.]
Addressed to J. H. Arnold, Foreman of Hose Company No. 30 by Americus Engine Company No. 6 on October...
[Resolution that each active member of the New York Fire Department will be assessed twenty cents by Companies.]
To resolve unpaid bills amounting to $522.00. Addressed to J. H. Arnold, Foreman of Hose Company No....
[Request to make a full and complete roll of all the members of Company in accordance with the New Badge Ordinance.]
Addressed to James H. Arnold, Foreman of Hose Company No. 30 on December 19, 1859 by the Board of Fire...
Key No. 2902C is hereby issued to Theophilus Holmes of No. 17 East 133rd Street
Issued by the Board of Fire Commissioners on August 6, 1886.
By-Laws of Board of Engineers and Foremen of the New York Fire Department
New York: R. H. Ellis, Stationer & Printer, 158 Pearl Street.
Special Meeting of the Board of Engineers and Foremen at Fireman's Hall on March 13, 1860
Addressed to J. H. Arnold, Foreman of Hose Company No. 30, on March 9, 1860.
[Requirement to furnish the Board of Fire Commissioners with a correct list of all the members of the hose company.]
Addressed to James H. Arnold, Foreman Hose Company No. 39 on September 22, 1857 by the Board of Fire...
[Meeting to discuss a petition to the Common Council for all Engine, Hose, and Hook and Ladder Houses to be lit with gas at the public expense.]
Addressed to J. H. Arnold, Foreman of Hose Company No. 30, on March 6, 1858. Meeting at Truck House,...
[Resolution that no person will be confirmed as a member of the New York Fire Department unless he can read and write English.]
Addressed to James H. Arnold, Foreman of Hose Company No. 30 on July 10, 1858, by the Board of Fire Commissioners....
An Ordinance for the Better Regulation of the Firemen of the City of New York
Addressed to James H. Arnold, Foreman Hose Co. No. 30 by the Board of Fire Commissioners.
Firefighters Devoted To Neighborhood Youth
Dinner to Deputy-Chief John J. Burns New York Fire Department by his friends
At Healy's. May 7th, 1923
Dinner in honor of Chief John Kenlon in recognition of his Thirty-five Years Service in the Fire Department - New York
April 22, 1922
Torch-light Procession of Firemen at New York.
E. Evans. Sc.
[Brooklyn fire station.]
Mercer Street [Market Street to Park Avenue & 41st Street]
Firemen's Hall. 127-9 Mercer Street. This building was erected in 1854 on the site of the old Fireman's...
Sounding the Alarm
[Fire station of Engine 12, formerly station of Old Eagle Hose.]
[Group portrait of firemen with equipment outside the station for Engine 12.]
Old Eagle Hose Cart kept in 12 Engine Station
[Henry Street Settlement and Engine Company No. 15.]
[Engine Company No. 33, NYC Fire Department, 44 Great Jones Street.]
[Noah L. Farnham.]
Photograph by W. Fricke, 50 Bowery, New York. | Howard was the Fire Chief of New York from 1857 to 1860....
[Engine Company No. 39, Ladder Company No. 16 at 157 East 67th Street.]
[Engine Company No. 39 and Ladder Company No. 16 and Park East Synagogue.]
[Fire house with a variety of vehicles.]
[Fire fighters fighting fire on West Houston Street.]
[Toys handed out to children.]
[Steam Engine with Capt. Andy Sweet.]
[Headquarters for the Metropolitan Fire Department.]
[New York Fire Department at the Chicago Exposition.]
[Firemen outside of fire station.]
[Construction of a fire station on Fulton Street.]
[Construction of a fire station on 181st Street and Amstersdam Avenue.]
[Fire station for Engine Company 75.]
[Station of Engine Company 171.]