VIS 166.32.01 Atlanta Fire Station No. 7, Engine & Hose Company No. 7

Atlanta Fire Station No. 7, Engine & Hose Company No. 7

Title Atlanta Fire Station No. 7, Engine & Hose Company No. 7
Photographer Unknown;
Description Group portrait of Atlanta Fire Station No. 7 and Engine and Hose company No. 7 in the West End neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. From left to right (on left wagon); Driver Helon Jones, Captain W. H. Clowe, Hosemen John Rozetta, William M. Watkins, Robert T. Payne, and Willias L. Burel, (in front of left wagon) Hosemen Clifford A. Smith, T. F. Eubanks, George W. Waits (on right wagon) Driver Harry J. Annadale, (in front of right wagon) Engineer of Steamer Gerald L. Haney, Engine Stoker A. B. Rogers, and Veterinary Surgeon Doctor A. C. Seacord.
Geographic Location Atlanta (Ga.)
West End (Atlanta, Ga.)
Subject Fire fighters--Georgia--Atlanta
Fire stations--Georgia--Atlanta
Carts & wagons--1900-1910
Fire engines--1900-1910
Personal Name Jones, Helon
Clowe, W. H.
Rozetta, John
Watkins, William M.
Payne, Robert T.
Burel, Willis L.
Smith, Clifford A.
Eubanks, T. F.
Waits, George W.
Haney, Gerald L.
Rogers, A. B.
Seacord, A. C.
Annadale, Harry J.
Corporate Name Atlanta Fire Department (Atlanta, Ga.)
Atlanta Fire Department (Atlanta, Ga.). Fire Station No. 7
Date Original 1905 September 15
Date Digital 2006
Type 9 x 13 in. sepia tone silver gelatin print;
Digital Format JPEG
Catalogue Number VIS 166.32.01
Collection Steve B. Campbell Atlanta Fire Department Photographs
Related Collections MSS 587, Steve B. Campbell Papers, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center
Publisher Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center, 130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta GA 30305
Rights This material is protected by copyright law. (Title 17, U.S Code) Permission ofr use must be cleared through The Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. Licensing agreement may be required.
Notes The City of Atlanta Fire department was established in 1848 with volunteer firefighters. The last volunteer fire chiefs were elected in 1882. The Atlanta Fire Department continues service today with the mission to "To prevent or mitigate harm to life, property and the environment."
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