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Rescue 1

Lerch, Jack. 1985 Mack/Saulsbury. New York.
Rig is parked outside of the Preventive Maintainence Building at the FDNY Fire Academy.
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Lerch, Jack. 1985 Mack/Saulsbury. New York.
The apparatus is parked in the street with the battalion car directly behind it.
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1939 Ward LaFrance. New York.
The apparatus is parked in the street.
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1939 Ward LaFrance. New York.
The apparatus is parked in the street.
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Lerch, Jack. 1947. 1939 Ward LaFrance. New York.
This photograph was taken after the rig's front end retrofit. The apparatus is parked in the street with the officer in the front seat. A chiefs car is partially visible to the right of the photo.
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1915. 1914 Cadillac. New York.
Apparatus is shown with company members onboard.
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Rescue 1 Old Quarters. Photograph. New York.
The front of Rescue one's old quarters on West 43rd Street.
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1948 Mack. New York.
A view of the back of Rescue One's rig.
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1939 Ward LaFrance. New York.
Rescue apparatus is parked outside of Engine 30's quarters. A chiefs car is visible, parked on the apron, in the background of the photograph.
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1924 Mack. New York.
Apparatus is parked on the apron of an unidentified firehouse.
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1959 Mack. New York.
A new Rescue 1 is parked outside of City Hall.
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1948. 1948 Mack. 1948 Factory Photograph.
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Rescue 1 Working. New York.
Fire Commissioner Frank Quayle, Chief of Special Operations Frank Murphy.
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Donning Drager Style Masks. New York.
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