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Ladder 22

1902 Horse Drawn Hook and Ladder. New York.
Led by a three horse team with the chauffer at the reigns and a member visible on the running board. Company appears to be responding to an alarm. The tillerman is seated below the aerial ladder. The chauffeur's name is George McGinty. This was the first spring-hoist aerial in the FDNY.
L22.1.

1930 Seagrave 75' Wooden Aerial Ladder. New York.
The rig is parked in front of quarters with the chauffeur, tillerman, officer on board. Seven other members are standing next to the running board.
L22.2.

Second Section 1930 Seagrave 75' Wooden Aerial. New York.
The rig is parked in the street. The chauffeur, tillerman are visible in photo.
L22.3.

1948 Ward LaFrance Tractor With a 1930 Seagrave 75' Wooden Aerial. New York.
The rig is parked in front of quarters. The chauffeur, tillerman and another member are visible in photo. L22.4.

Second Section 1947 Ward LaFrance Tractor With a 1931 Seagrave 75' Wooden Aerial. New York.
Rig is parked opposite Ladder 35's quarters. Chauffeur and tillerman are visible in the photo.
L22.5.

Lerch, Jack. 1987 Mack 75' Tower Ladder. New York.
Apparatus is parked in the street.
L22.6.

Chemical Wagon. New York.
The wagon is in front of quarters. A chauffeur and an officer are visible in the photo. Four ladder companies of the FDNY were assigned chemical wagons.
L22.7.

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