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The original apparatus purchased in 1897  Top of Page

The racing hose wagon of Hose Company #1, built by Conrad Christ in 1913.   Top of Page

The American LaFrance 750-gpm pumper with a 91 gallon booster tank delivered to Hose 1 in December of 1917. Sold to Carle Place F.D. in 1948.  Top of Page

Members pose in front of the Kelly-Springfield truck before leaving for parade in Woodmere on July 24, 1918.    Top of Page

The 1918 Ford Model-T chemical truck in a parade.
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The department's apparatus - Ford Chemical, 750gpm American LaFrance pumper and Kelly Springfield Hook & Ladder truck, in the "Welcome Home" parade in 1919.        Top of Page

A 1923 Ford Model-T chemical truck, refurbished for the 100th Anniversary.    Top of Page

Members of Hose Company # 2 in 1923 pose in front of their first firehouse.    Top of Page

The 1925 Reo Hose & Chemical Truck of Hose Co. # 2.  Top of Page

The 1926 American LaFrance Hook & Ladder in front of fire headquarters circa 1930.  Top of Page

The 1935 12/600 American LaFrance pumper of Hose Co. 1 When this engine was retired, it was sold to the Beverly Hills, Florida, Fire Department. Top of Page

Another view of the 1935 12/600 American LaFrance pumper in the rear of fire headquarters. Top of Page

The department's apparatus on display in front of fire headquarters in 1947. Top of Page

The 1947 Chevrolet Pumper-Booster truck in the line of march during a parade circa 1950. Top of Page

1947 Mack Pumper. Top of Page

The 1948 Ford Booster - Brush truck in the rear of fire headquarters circa 1950. Top of Page

 

1958 Flood Light Truck. Top of Page

 

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