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  • Alpena Fire Department's Engine House No. 1
        Engine House No. 1 and City Hall. This was constructed in 1880 and fronted River Street and Third Avenue. It burned on October 2, 1910.
      Engine House No. 1 and City Hall. This was constructed in 1880 ...
  • Engine House No. 1
        "Engine House No. 1...was constructed in 1880 and fronted River Street at Third Avenue. It burned on Oct. 2, 1910."
      "Engine House No. 1...was constructed in 1880 and fronted River Street at ...
  • Alpena Fire Department's Fire Engine
        Cecil Morey? (probably refers to engine driver)
      Cecil Morey? (probably refers to engine driver)
  • The Bear
        The bear at the Alpena Fire Department Zoo.
      The bear at the Alpena Fire Department Zoo.
  • Engine House No. 1
        Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third Avenue and River Street. This was the first ladder truck owned by the Alpena Fire Department, circa 1920s.
      Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced ...
  • Engine House No. 1
        "Engine House No. 1...was constructed in 1880 and fronted River Street at Third Avenue. It burned on Oct. 2, 1910." City Hall was once in this building.
      "Engine House No. 1...was constructed in 1880 and fronted River Street at ...
  • Alpena Fire Department's Hose House No. 3
        Hose House No. 3 was located on South Ninth Avenue between Fair and McKinley Streets. In 1916, the Captain was Adelore Delisle. The firemen were William T. Ferguson and William Goodrich.
      Hose House No. 3 was located on South Ninth Avenue between Fair ...
  • Engine House No. 1
        Interior of Engine House No. 1. Two uniformed men sit near the head of the table at a dinner held in the Fire Station. Note the two beds in the rear left corner, used by firemen on duty.
      Interior of Engine House No. 1. Two uniformed men sit near the ...
  • Engine House No. 1
        Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third Avenue and River Street.
      Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced ...
  • Alpena Fire Department Hose Wagon
        Alpena Fire Department hose cart of Fletcher Street. The Hose House was located on Fletcher Street.
      Alpena Fire Department hose cart of Fletcher Street. The Hose House was ...
  • Alpena Fire Department
        The Alpena Fire Department's sleigh and horse team crossing the Second Avenue Bridge from the north during the winter.
      The Alpena Fire Department's sleigh and horse team crossing the Second Avenue ...
  • Alpena Fire Department
        Alpena Fire Department wagon and horse teams within department building.
      Alpena Fire Department wagon and horse teams within department building.
  • Alpena Fire Department
        The Alpena Fire Department. This picture is believed to have been taken on Water Street, between Second and Third Avenues, around 1883, as noted by the McMasters Harness Ship on the right. This is probably the second water pump purchased by the city in 1875. The first pump was the ...
      The Alpena Fire Department. This picture is believed to have been taken ...
  • Alpena Fire Department's Hose House No. 3
        Hose House No. 3 was located on South Ninth Avenue between Fair and McKinley Streets. In 1916, the Captain was Adelore Delisle. The firemen were William T. Ferguson and William Goodrich.
      Hose House No. 3 was located on South Ninth Avenue between Fair ...
  • Alpena Fire Department Hose Wagon
        Alpena Fire Department hose cart being driven west on 10th Street at the intersection of Chisholm Street.
      Alpena Fire Department hose cart being driven west on 10th Street at ...
  • Alpena Fire Department
        The Alpena Fire Department's sleigh and horse team crossing the Second Avenue Bridge from the north during the winter. The now Alpena Furniture store is in the background.
      The Alpena Fire Department's sleigh and horse team crossing the Second Avenue ...
  • Alpena Fire Department Fire Truck
        The Alpena Fire Department crew in the Winter of 1922 with its first fire truck.
      The Alpena Fire Department crew in the Winter of 1922 with its ...
  • Engine House No. 1
        Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced the original Engine House No. 1, which burned in 1910. It was located on the corner of Third Avenue and River Street.
      Engine House No. 1 of the Central Fire Station. This building replaced ...
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