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|1537.93||Oliver Wagstaff to Northeast Harbor Fire Department Chief Letter and Envelope, October 29, 1947|
Oliver Wagstaff thanks the Northeast Harbor Fire Department for transporting him from his home to the hospital at no charge. To express his appreciation, he encloses a check for $25 to be used for equipment maintenance. Letter is written on stationery labeled Overfloat, Northeast Harbor, Maine. Overfloat was located on Harborside Road, Northeast Harbor.
|[blank]||Hanging the new sign at the Great Harbor Collection|
Men gathered in front of the former municipal building on Main Street, hanging the sign for the Great Harbor Collection, later renamed the Great Harbor Maritime Museum. Identified are: Peter Bell, at left, in a v-neck sweater Bob Hamlin on the left-hand ladder Curtis Phelps between the two ladders
|[blank]||Fire trucks parked in front of the Municipal Building, Northeast Harbor, circa 1935|
Two fire engines parked in front of the Municipal Building, Northeast Harbor. A bus is parked the left of the Municipal Building, parked closer to Manchester Brothers' Garage. The truck on the left may be the Northeast Harbor Fire Company's 1926 Maxim Pumper, while that on the right is the ladder truck W.S. Grant, a 1927 American La France. This photograph was taken following the remodeling of the the Municipal Building, which was completed in 1934. [show more]
|2020.PVA.DWG.IDK||American Legion men standing next to the Firehouse, Northeast Harbor|
Members of the Lurvey-Wright Post of the American Legion standing to the south of the firehouse, Northeast Harbor. A key accompanying this photograph gives the names of some of the men, including Lyle Wescott, Jack Reynolds, Gerald Sr. [Gerald Norwood, Sr], Arthur Walls, Zip Ober, James Bunker, Larry Wass, Bill Cripps, John Manchester, Arthur Eaton, H. Suminsby, and ____ McCrae.
|[blank]||Carlton Taylor outside of the Municipal Building with the Fire Company Vehicles, circa 1955|
Carlton Taylor standing in front of the Municipal Building, Northeast Harbor, with the vehicles of the Northeast Harbor Fire Company lined up.
|86.09.10||Photo C. S. Murphy as Boy Scout|
|86.12.01||Sign. Fire Alarm Call Zones|
Phister Carbon-Tet Compressed Air. Hand pump hose pressurized to 100#. For electrical files. Probably used on railroads c. 1925 or before.
|82.44.01||Fire Chief's Hat|
|82.43.01||Firefighter's Hat. NYFD|
Firefighter's hat from New York Fire Department. # 216
|85.13.12||Claude Stanley Murphy in Boy Scout Outfit 5/27. Troop 1204|
|84.16.01||Hat, Black Fireman's Leather|