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Engine 65

Steamer With Three Horse Hitch. New York: FDNY.
Company is "Turning out" of quarters. Horses and steamer on apron. Chauffeur, officer, and members are visible along with the company mascot.
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1927 Ahrens Fox Pumper. New York.
Rig is parked on display.
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1927 Ahrens Fox Pumper. New York.
Rig appears to the right of photo. The apparatus is hooked up to a hydrant and is supplying several hoselines at Box 66-55-931, Mellish Warehouse Fire, 59th Street between 11th and 12th Avenues. Also in the picture is Engine 23's high cab, Spare Water Tower 6, and Water Tower 2. Water Tower's 3 and 10 was flattened by wall on 11th Avenue side of warehouse.
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1936 Mack 1000 Gallon Pumper. New York.
Rig is parked in the street with the chauffeur and officer.
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Lerch, Jack. 19?? Seagrave Pumper. New York.
Rig is parked at an unknown location.
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1960. Engine 65 Member. New York: FDNY.
Member of Engine 65 administers oxygen to another member at the scene of subway fire at Park Avenue & 42nd Street. Looking on are a member of Rescue 1, a minister, and several civilians.
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Biondi, J. 1966. Engine 65 Quarters. New York: FDNY.
Exterior view of Engine 65 quarters. One member is visible through the glass window in bay door. Rescue 1 was also quartered here at the time (12/23/66). The address of quarters is 33 West 43rd Street, Manhattan.
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