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INVENTORY OF THE LONG BEACH FIREMAN'S HISTORICAL MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPHS COLLECTION, 1840-1971, bulk 1906-1971
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Box 6

3237.1-10 Arson attempt in residence, 3844 Linden Ave. August 23, 1954

Box 6

3262.1-3 Garage fire, 1777 Rose Ave. October 27, 1954

Box 6

3273.1-6 Stables on fire, Bixby Ranch December 20, 1954

Box 6

3275.1-6 House fire, 450 53rd St. January 4, 1955

Box 6

3276.1-5 Building on fire, 14th St. and Daisy January 5, 1955

Box 6

3277.1-4 Store fire, 272 Artesia Blvd. January 5, 1955

Box 6

3278.1-9 Arson in a church, 8th St. and Linden Ave. January 6, 1955

Box 6

3279.1-2 Fire in residence caused by a faulty heater installation, 6302 Orange Ave. January 6, 1955

Box 7

3280.1-8 Church office fire, 5th St. and Atlantic Ave. January 7, 1955

Box 7

3281.1-3 Residence fire caused by a heater, 1040 Bennett St. January 13, 1955

Box 7

3287.1-3 Fire in floor furnace, 764 Terraine Ave. February 15, 1955

Box 7

3288.1 Fire in apartment 1955?

Scope and Content Note

Unknown location
Box 7

3293.1-7 Apartment fire, 18 Neptune Ave. March 7, 1955

Box 7

3295.1-7 Apartment fire, 905 Cherry Ave. March 13, 1955

Box 7

3325.1-6 Bar damaged by fire, 211 Artesia Blvd. June 29, 1955

Box 7

3328.1-5 Jefferson School fire, 7th St. and Euclid Ave. July 11, 1955

Box 7

3329.1-4 Bar damaged by fire, 4300 Long Beach Blvd. July 16, 1955

Scope and Content Note

Party House Bar
Box 7

3330.1-7 Wilmington Gasoline Refinery Co. fire, Terminal Island July 22, 1955

Box 7

3339.1-7 Market fire, Broadway Ave. and Wisconsin August 26, 1955

Box 7

3340.1-5 Market damaged by fire, 1061 Broadway Ave. August 26, 1955

Scope and Content Note

Suspected arson
Box 7

3344.1-4 Grass and oil fire, Spring and Pasadena Ave. August 31, 1955

Box 7

3345.1-2 Oil sump fire, Spring and Walnut Ave. September 2, 1955

Box 7

3347.1 Garage fire, 1212 Mahanna Ave. September 2, 1955

Box 7

3351.1 Oil well fire, Termino and Ransom St. September 27, 1955

Box 7

3355.1-5 House fire, 3808 14th St. October 3, 1955

Box 7

3363.1-9 House fire, 1329 Esther St. November 3, 1955

Box 7

3371.1-6 Café fire, 4200 Lakewood Ave. December 6, 1955

Scope and Content Note

3772.1-9
Box 7

3380.1-6 Apartment fire, 1404 Elm St. December 23, 1955

Box 7

3382.1-10 Food market fire, 800 block of Artesia Blvd. January 2, 1956

Scope and Content Note

1 neg. turned yellow
Box 7

3383.1-5 Airplane crash January 3, 1956

Box 7

3384.1-5 House fire caused by a gas explosion, 1924 Canal Ave. January 4, 1956

Scope and Content Note

1 neg. turned yellow
Box 7

3392.1-20 Ford plant fire, Henry Ford Ave. January 27, 1955

Box 7

3393.1-2 House fire, 537 Walnut Ave. January 28, 1956

Box 7

3397.1-8 Fireboats in action at the Ford plant February 27, 1956

Box 7

3398.1-2 Garage damaged by fire February 8, 1956

Box 7

3399.1-6 Houghton Park Club House fire; Burnt piano at the Houghton Park Club House February 14, 1956

Box 7

3408.1-3 Auto repair shop fire, 1175 Anaheim St. March 13, 1956

Box 7

3417.1-7 House fire, 1046 4th St.. April 17, 1956

Box 7

3427.1-4 Garage fire, 3051 Ocean Ave. May 9, 1956

Box 7

3429.1-11 California Metal Supply Co. on fire, 546 Esther St. May 10, 1956

Box 8

3450.1-7 Garage and warehouse fire, 15th St. and Molino June 22, 1956

Box 8

3455.1-25 Dooley's Hardware store fire, 5075 Long Beach Blvd. June 29, 1956

Box 8

3461.1-3 House fire, 4801 Harvey Way August 6, 1956

Box 8

3463.1-10 Liquor store fire, Anaheim at. And Gundry August 14, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Alarm phones cut
Box 8

3464.1-10 House fire, 2124 American Ave. August 22, 1956

Box 8

3465.1-9 Junk rugs fire, 14th St. and Cota August 20, 1956

Box 8

3500.1-10 School fire, Palo Verde and Willow St. September 26, 1956

Box 8

3512.1-4 Suspected arson, Lakewood and Harvey Way November 10, 1956

Box 8

3515.1 Fire under a sink, 1521 Sherman Place November 15, 1956

Box 8

3516.1-4 Fire in bedroom, 1036 Roswell Ave. November 20, 1956

Box 8

3522.1-7 Paint store fire, Anaheim St. and California Ave. December 10, 1956

Box 8

3530.1-3 Shell oil sump fire December 26, 1956

Box 8

3534.1-9 House fire, 4661 Cerritos Dr. January 3, 1957

Box 8

3536.1-8 Airplane crash and fire January 14, 1957

Box 8

3539.1 Fire damage in hotel room January 28, 1957

Box 8

3541.1-2 Fire damage in wall, 749 Chestnut Ave. January 29, 1957

Box 8

3544.1-9 Jet crash at airport February 5, 1957

Box 8

3550.1-3 Kitchen fire, 420 Anaheim St. February 25, 1957

Box 8

3551.1-6 Apartment fire, 47 57th Pl. February 26, 1957

Box 8

3559.1-17 Motel damaged by fire and explosion, 120 Allington St. April 23, 1957

Box 8

3566.1-5 Hollywood Bar fire, Pine and Pike May 22, 1957

Box 8

3593.1-3 Building on fire, 542 San Francisco Ave. July 3, 1957

Box 8

3595.1-6 George Washington School fire, American Ave. December 27, 1918

Scope and Content Note

Date of Copy: July 8, 1957; also found as The George Washington School fire, November 27, 1939
Box 8

3601.1-5 Harbor Department Storage Yard on fire, south of Pier A July 30, 1957

Box 8

3604.1-6 Service station fire, 3rd St. and Redondo August 5, 1957

Box 9

3612.1-7 Business property on fire, 1824 American Ave. August 27, 1957

Box 9

3616.1-5 Suspected arson, 5920 Gardenia Ave. September 12, 1957

Box 9

3624.1-9 Fire caused by an overheated boiler, 103 Rovina Dr. October 16, 1957

Box 9

3629.1-6 House fire, 825 Alamitos Ave. October 25, 1957

Box 9

3633.1-3 House fire, 1330 3rd St. November 14, 1957

Box 9

3634.1-4 House fire, 1241 Dovon Ave. November 15, 1957

Box 9

3637.1-6 Café fire, 123 American Ave. November 21, 1957

Box 9

3640.1-6 House fire, Broadway and Crescent Ave. November 29, 1957

Box 9

3646.1-10 Cafe fire caused by grease on stove, 4200 2nd St. December 6, 1957

Box 9

3651.1-2 Bar fire, 4th St. and Alamitos December 18, 1957

Box 9

3652.1-7 Apartment fire caused by explosion, 833 Magnolia Ave. December 22, 1957

Box 9

3660.1-7 House fire, Mezzanine Way and Karen January 15, 1958

Box 9

3663.1-8 Hotel and bar fire, 1st St. and Locust February 10, 1958

Box 9

3665.1-10 Laundry room fire at the Community Hospital February 19, 1958

Box 9

3679.1-4 Apartment fire, 1810 Broadway Ave. February 25, 1958

Box 9

3689.1-9 Church fire, 11th St. and Junipero May 21, 1958

Scope and Content Note

Arson
Box 9

3695.1-8 Burning building for removal, Harbor area April 24, 1958

Box 9

3710.1-2 House fire caused by melting wax left on stove, 3925 Lime Ave. May 22, 1958

Box 9

3713.1-46 Hancock Refinery fire, 2828 Junipero Ave. May 22, 1958

Box 9

3714.1-13 Hancock Refinery fire, 2828 Junipero St. May 22, 1958

Box 9

3715.1-20 Hancock Refinery : fire damage May 26, 1958

Box 9

3719.1-8 Coca Cola plant fire, Anaheim St. and Santa Fe Ave. June 5, 1958

Box 9

3733.1-2 Garage fire, 1715 Lemon Ave. July 11, 1958

Box 9

3734.1-2 Fire in hold, Pier D July 16, 1958

Box 9

3735.1-7 House fire, Hill and Easy Ave. July 16, 1958

Box 9

3738.1-2 Fire damage, 3636 Anaheim St. July 17, 1958

Box 9

3740.1-2 Store fire, 213 Broadway St. July 4, 1958

Box 9

3747.1-10 House fire, 1044 Anaheim St. August 29, 1958

Box 9

3748.1-4 House fire, 5th St. and Obispo Ave. September 1, 1958

Box 9

3755.1-4 Trailer damaged by fire October 13, 1958

Box 10

3765.1-15 Apartment fire, 624 Ocean Ave. October 25, 1958

Box 10

3786.1-14 Dooley's Hardware store fire November 25, 1958

Box 10

3787.1-2 Oil Co. fire, 3000 Cherry Ave. December 8, 1958

Box 10

3791.1-13 House fire, 4320 Blackthorne Ave. December 12, 1958

Box 10

3792.1-10 House fire, San Antonio and Virginia Rd. December 13, 1958

Box 10

3801.1-11 House fire, 2165 California Ave. December 24, 1958

Scope and Content Note

Three children burned
Box 10

3806.1-5 House fire, 1256 Orange Park Ct. January 5, 1959

Box 10

3807.1-2 Fire in compressor, 900 block of 10th St. January 7, 1959

Box 10

3808.1 Fire in electric fixture at church, 11th St. and Junipero January 13, 1959

Box 10

3810.1-2 Fire set by gasoline which was used to clean cloths January 17, 1959

Box 10

3827.1-6 Apartment fire, Appleton and Cherry Ave. March 11, 1959

Box 10

3834.1-17 Shoe shop fire, 2153 Bellflower Blvd. April 3, 1959

Box 10

3836.1-14 House fire, 1511 1st St. April11, 1959

Scope and Content Note

Suspected arson
Box 10

3838.1-8 Oil truck fire, Willow and Long Beach Blvd. April 22, 1959

Box 10

3840.1-4 Apartment fire, 28 Daisy Ave. April 25, 1959

Box 10

3841.1-5 Church fire, 3416 Anaheim St. April 29, 1959

Scope and Content Note

Suspected arson
Box 10

3847.1-5 House fire, 725 Temple Ave. May 23, 1959

Box 10

3850.1-11 Residence fire caused by a gas explosion, 3542 Orange Ave. June 1, 1959

Box 10

3854.1-4 House fire, 1905 Lewis Ave. June 4, 1959

Box 10

3857.1-5 House damaged by fire, 619 Obispo Ave. June 8, 1959

Box 10

3873.1-3 House fire, 1523 A Sherman Pl. July 8, 1959

Box 10

3878.1-10 House fire, 1425 Bryant Rd. July 19, 1959

Box 10

3897.1-6 Hospital fire, Atlantic and Columbia St. September 8, 1959

Box 10

3903.1-13 Retail store fire, 3414 Long Beach Blvd. October 25, 1959

Box 11

3938.1-5 House fire, 4th St. and Lime February 1, 1960

Box 11

3940.1-9 House fire, 1052 La Dera Dr. February 5, 1960

Box 11

3960.1 House fire, 110½ 59th St. March 28, 1960

Box 11

3961.1-21 Retail store fire, 428 Locust Ave. March 29, 1960

Box 11

3965.1-5 Furniture manufacture fire, 1360 Rose Ave. April 11, 1960

Box 11

3967.1-2 Refrigerator fire April 13, 1960

Box 11

3973.1 Wood products manufacture fire, 1370 Freeman Ave. April 29, 1960

Box 11

3975.1-5 Building fire, Anaheim and Euclid Ave. May 3, 1960

Box 11

3979.1-19 The Security Bank Fire, 1st St. and Pine May 12, 1960

Box 11

3990.1-12 Retail food store on fire, Anaheim and Cherry Ave. June 9, 1960

Box 11

4001.1-3 House fire, 1086 21st St. June 17, 1960

Box 11

4004.1-6 House fire, 844 San Pablo Ct. June 28, 1960

Box 11

4006.1-4 House fire, 646 Chestnut Ave. July 5, 1960

Box 11

4012.1-10 House fire, 1339 Walnut Ave. July 19, 1960

Box 11

4032.1-4 Night club fire, 4461 Norse Way August 21, 1960

Box 11

4033.1-2 Building fire, alley between Pine and Locust Ave. August 26, 1960

Box 11

4036.1-6 Swayne's Hobby House : fire damage, 5232 Orange Ave. August 30, 1960

Box 11

4043.1-8 House fire, 1248 10th St. September 26, 1960

Box 11

4047.1-6 Liquor store fire, 7th and Alamitos Ave. September 2, 1960

Box 11

4053.1-4 Fire victims, 1717 Chestnut Ave. September 22, 1960

Box 11

4056.1-7 House damaged by fire, 1348 Dawson Ave. September 29, 1960

Box 11

4057.1-12 Oil refinery : fire damage, Artesia and Paramount October 25, 1960

Scope and Content Note

Date of fire: October 23, 1960
Box 12

4071.1-15 Building fire, 750 Wardlow Rd. November 12, 1960

Box 12

4083.1-8 Residence fire, 720 Temple Ave. December 22, 1960

Box 12

4085.1-6 House fire, 243 La Verne Ave. December 27, 1960

Box 12

4088.1 House fire, 1618 3rd St. December 30, 1960

Box 12

4089.1 Fire in drain January 5, 1961

Box 12

4104.1-4 Fire at the Long Beach Recreational Center, Allen and Termino Ave. February 14, 1961

Box 12

4108.1-7 House fire, 4210 Lakewood Blvd. February 23, 1961

Scope and Content Note

Arson
Box 12

4109.1-11 House fire, 355 Morningside February 23, 1961

Box 12

4113.1-3 House fire, 6000 California Ave. March 8, 1961

Box 12

4117.1 House fire, 1951 Olive Ave. March 15, 1961

Box 12

4124.1-4 Apartment fire, 6175 Linden Ave. April 5, 1961

Box 12

4130.1-6 House fire, 1703 Erie Ave. April 23, 1961

Box 12

4142.1 Armchair damaged by fire, 1780 Gaviota Ave. May 18, 1961

Box 12

4145.1-7 Tire recouping shop : fire damage, 4th St. and Elm June 20, 1961

Box 12

4146.1-2 Oil refinery fire, 1601Spring Ave. June 20, 1961

Box 12

4148.1-2 Chief Maas at fire, Spring and Walnut Ave. (Oil refinery?) June 21, 1961

Box 12

4160.1-8 Furniture shop fire, 1734 Anaheim St. August 8, 1961

Box 12

4161.1-7 Car fire, 6824 Los Cerritos Ave. August 14, 1961

Box 12

4162.1-6 Apartment fire, 1212 3rd St. August 18, 1961

Box 12

4163.1-5 School fire, Parkcrest and Diagonal August 19, 1961

Box 12

4164.1-4 Car fire August 21, 1961

Box 12

4165.1-10 Market on fire, Artesia and Long Beach Blvd. August 23, 1961

Box 12

4167.1-5 Car fire August 28, 1961

Box 12

4168.1-8 Residence fire, 31 Plymouth September 7, 1961

Box 12

4171.1-12 House fire, 54th St. and Rose September 14, 1961

Box 12

4176.1-9 Roofing company on fire, Anaheim and Obispo Ave. October 14, 1961

Box 12

4177.1-10 Food market on fire, Spring and Bellflower Blvd. October 22, 1961

Box 12

4186.1-3 Oil tanks on fire, Spring and Walnut Ave. November 3, 1961

Box 12

4187.1-4 Residence damaged by fire, 46 Linden Ave. November 7, 1961

Box 12

4189.1-3 Car fire November 11, 1961

Box 12

4194.1-2 Gas explosion at a hotel, 117 3rd St. November 21, 1961

Box 12

4209.1-15 Office building fire, 320 Atlantic Ave. November 28, 1961

Scope and Content Note

Third alarm fire
Box 13

4223.1-4 House fire, 33 Magnolia Ave. December 22, 1961

Box 13

4225.1-9 Building on fire, 1374 Gladys Ave. December 27, 1961

Scope and Content Note

2nd Alarm fire
Box 13

4230.1-4 House fire, 815 Newport Ave. January 10, 1962

Box 13

4235.1-4 Industrial building : fire damage, 1374 Gladys Ave. December 27, 1961

Box 13

4244.1-6 Hospital fire, 10th and Linden Ave. March 14, 1962

Box 13

4254.1-8 The Office Building fire, 3726 Atlantic Ave. March 9, 1962

Box 13

4265.1-11 Insulation business on fire, 3459 Long Bach Blvd. June 11, 1962

Box 13

4267.1-2 Residence fire, 1448 Gaviota Ave. June 26, 1962

Box 13

4270.1-6 House fire, 3411 Janice July 3, 1962

Scope and Content Note

Suspected arson
Box 13

4308.1-6 House fire, 3030 Artesia Ln. July 22, 1962

Scope and Content Note

2 people burned
Box 13

4325.1-4 Trailer damaged by fire August 26, 1962

Box 13

4379.1-4 Garage fire, 369 Gladys Ave. December 26, 1962

Box 14

4380.1-4 Garage fire, 1923 Cerritos Ave. December 28, 1962

Box 14

4382.1-7 House fire caused by a gas explosion, 1061 Lewis Ave. January 8, 1963

Box 14

4383.1-2 Garage fire, 1117 111th St. January 9, 1963

Box 14

4392.1-12 Warehouse fire, Paramount Blvd. January 20, 1963

Box 14

4396.1-6 Oil refinery fire, 2400 Artesia Blvd. January 24, 1963

Box 14

4398.1-3 House fire, 144½ Cherry Ave. January 28, 1963

Box 14

4403.1-2 House fire, 130 Plymouth St. February 6, 1963

Box 14

4407.1-10 Manufacture building on fire, 17th and San Francisco Ave. February 9, 1963

Box 14

4415.1-9 Warehouse fire, 2350 Artesia Blvd. March 2, 1963

Box 14

4420.1-6 House fire, 2661 Magnolia Ave. March 19, 1963

Box 14

4424.1-6 Navy housing on fire April 1963?

Box 14

4426.1-6 The Press Telegram Building fire, 6th and Pine April 18, 1963

Box 14

4442.1-10 Residence damaged by explosion, 844 Coronado Ave. May 15, 1963

Box 14

4452.1-8 Building fire, 1520 Hayes Ave. June 12, 1963

Box 14

4456.1-6 Horse stable fire, Solder and Wardlow June 19, 1963

Box 14

4462.1-4 House damaged by fire, 1456 19th St. July 29, 1963

Box 14

4464.1-7 House fire, 1030 Walnut July 30, 1963

Box 14

4472.1-5 House damaged by fire, 4542 Pasadena Ave. August 7, 1963

Box 14

4476.1-4 House fire, 1721 Temple Ave. August 23, 1963

Box 14

4484.1-2 House fire, 1625 8th St. September 26, 1963

Box 14

4485.1-4 Abandoned house on fire, 67th and Hammond Ave. September 26, 1963

Box 14

4507.1-3 Suspected arson in a business, Cartagena and Atlantic Ave. November 3, 1963

Box 14

4518.1-4 Trash yard fire; Injured fireman November 26, 1963

Box 14

4523.1-6 Car damaged by fire, 1900 Pacific Ave. December 4, 1963

Scope and Content Note

Date of fire : December 3, 1963
Box 14

4529.1-5 House damaged by a gas explosion, 2723 Spouldery December 13, 1963

Box 14

4530.1 Gas explosion in kitchen, 848 Elm St. December 17, 1963

Box 14

4535.1-2 House fire, 930 23rd St. December 30, 1963

Box 14

4539.1-5 House fire, 34 Daisy Ave. January 4, 1964

Box 14

4544.1-4 Garage fire, 2235 Orange Ave. January 14, 1964

Box 14

4549.1-6 Restaurant fire, 52nd and Atlantic Ave. January 19, 1964

Box 15

4559.1-5 Abandoned building on fire, 1600 Anaheim St. January 29, 1964

Box 15

4560.1-14 House fire caused by gas explosion, 23rd and Magnolia Ave. January 29, 1964

Box 15

4561.1-6 Retail store fire, 7th St. and Alamitos January 27, 1964

Box 15

4567.1-7 Burned car at the City Towing Yard February 14, 1964

Box 15

4578.1-4 House fire, 1654 Seabright Ave. March 3, 1964

Box 15

4583.1-5 House fire, 2100 Daisy Ave. March 19, 1964

Box 15

4586.1-11 Church fire, 3701 Elm Ave. March 24, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Suspected arson
Box 15

4594.1-5 Oil line break on Spring and Orange Ave. April 2, 1964

Box 15

4609.1-3 Residence fire, 731 Maine Ave. April 28, 1964

Box 15

4616.1-6 Bar fire, Market and Atlantic Ave. May 10, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Suspected arson
Box 15

4621.1-4 Church fire, 56th and Linden Ave. May 18, 1964

Box 15

4623.1-20 Church fire, 3rd St. and Junipero May 23, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Third alarm fire
Box 15

4624.1-8 Church fire, 3rd St. and Junipero May 23, 1964

Box 15

4625.1-15 Church fire, 4th St. and Cherry May 24, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Third alarm fire
Box 15

4626.1-11 Church fire, 5th St. and Cherry May 24, 1964

Box 15

4627.1 Oil tank fire. South St. and Paramount Blvd. May 26, 1964

Box 15

4629.1-7 House fire, 1033 Hellman St. May 31, 1964

Box 15

4630.1-3 Hotel room fire, 117 Elm Ave. June 3, 1964

Box 15

4631.1-4 Hotel room fire, 141 Elm Ave. June 3, 1964

Box 15

4632.1-2 Service station fire, 333 Broadway Ave. June 3, 1964

Box 15

4633.1-2 House damaged by fire, 2100 Daisy Ave. March 17, 1964

Box 15

4635.1-4 Church fire, 11th and Junipero June 7, 1964

Box 15

4639.1-2 Church fire, 3954 Palo Verde Ave. June 13, 1964

Box 15

4643.1-11 House explosion and fire, 400 block of 21st St. June 18, 1964

Box 15

4644.1-5 Church fire 11th St. and Junipero June 20, 1964

Box 15

4649.1-7 Grocery store fire, 10th St. and Cherry Ave. July 15, 1964

Box 15

4650.1-4 Burned car at Whitsons' Towing Yard July 21, 1964

Box 15

4654.1-11 House fire, 1516 Obispo Ave. July 28, 1964

Box 15

4655.1-5 House fire, 6th and Daisy Ave. September 25, 1964

Box 15

4662.1-6 Fire in Station No. 2 September 22, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Gasoline fire
Box 15

4663.1-4 Fire damage, 1350 20th St. September 25, 1964

Box 15

4675.1-4 House fire, 2072 Lewis Ave. October 7, 1964

Box 15

4677.1-3 Car fire, 2872 Elm Ave. October 13, 1964

Box 15

4692.1-8 Furniture store fire, 6th and Alamitos Ave. November 21, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Third alarm fire
Box 16

4723.1-6 Business offices and café shop fire, 2211 Spring Ave. January 14, 1965

Box 16

4739.1-5 Service station fire, Bixby and Atlantic Ave. March 10, 1965

Box 16

4742.1-8 Hotel damaged by explosion, 134 1st St. March 22, 1965

Box 16

4745.1-5 House fire, 3059 Stevely Ave. April 5, 1965

Box 16

4747.1-4 Car fire April 7, 1965

Box 16

4749.1-7 Residence : suspected arson, 20th and Orange Ave. April 15, 1965

Box 16

4751.1-4 House fire, 8th St. and California April 20, 1965

Box 16

4752.1-6 House fire, 2361 Camehill Ave. April 21, 1965

Box 16

4762.1-4 House fire, 2139 Poppy St. May 17, 1965

Box 25

4763.1-3 Tank fire, 1920 8th St. May 5, 1963

Box 16

4783.1-3 House fire caused by gas line failure June 22, 1965

Box 16

4785.1-6 Retail store fire, 4798 Pacific Coast Highway July 11, 1965

Box 16

4794.1-4 Grant Oil Co. fire n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Date of Copy: August 6, 1965
Box 16

4800.1-7 House fire, 6960 Drizaba Ave. August 23, 1965

Box 16

4803.1-5 Rag industry fire, 17th St. and Daisy August 29, 1965

Box 16

4804.1-6 Hotel Kennedy fire, 206 Long Beach Blvd. August 31, 1965

Box 16

4805.1-4 Car fire, Anaheim St. and Cedar August 31, 1965

Box 16

4807.1-11 Mortuary fire, Carson and Atlantic Ave. September 4, 1965

Box 16

4809.1-8 Garage fire, 1340 Anaheim St. October 1, 1965

Box 16

4815.1-9 Electronics store damaged by fire, 2320 Long Beach Blvd. October 10, 1965

Box 16

4820.1-7 Car painting shop fire, 1170 Anaheim St. October 19, 1965

Box 17

4839.1-5 House explosion and fire, 117 Lindero November 19, 1965

Box 17

4851.1-7 Furniture store fire, 61st and Atlantic Ave. December 6, 1965

Box 17

4863.1-5 Garage fire, 1400 block of Myrtle Ave. January 2, 1966

Box 17

4865.1-5 Car damaged by fire January 3, 1966

Scope and Content Note

Pictures taken at City Tow Yard
Box 17

4879.1-5 Garage fire, 1311 15th St. February 24, 1966

Box 17

4882.1-9 Apartment building damaged by explosion, 20th and River March 6, 1966

Box 17

4884.1-3 Fire damage, 1747 Orange Ave. March 15, 1966

Box 17

4888.1-14 Ship fire, Pier C, Berth 22 March 23, 1966

Box 17

4890.1-2 Ship fire on Pier C, Berth 22 March 28, 1966

Box 17

4893.1-5 House damaged by fire, 3830 Brayton Ave. April 1, 1966

Box 17

4901.1-3 Church : interior, 3950 Palo Verde Ave. April 20, 1966

Box 17

4902.1-4 Ship Holthill, Pier C, Berth 22 April 22, 1966

Box 17

4904.1-12 Ship Holthill on fire, Pier C, Berth 22 April 22, 1966

Box 17

4938.1-2 House fire, 1937 California Ave. June 27, 1966

Box 17

4940.1-3 House fire, 215 Corona Ave. June 27, 1966

Box 17

4945.1-8 Residence damaged by fire, 1060-62 Salt Lake St. July 11, 1966

Box 17

4948.1-8 House fire and explosion, 2456 Hayes Ave. August 14, 1966

Box 17

4955.1-10 House damaged by fire, 2151 Eucaluptus Ave. August 31, 1966

Box 17

4958.1-4 Fire, Drill School September 27, 1966

Box 17

4959.1-4 House damaged by fire, 1734 Lemon Ave. September 10, 1966

Box 17

4976.1-3 Millikan School : fire damage, 2800 Snowden Ave. November 17, 1966

Box 18

4999.1-11 Edward's furniture store fire, 6190 Atlantic Ave. December 23, 1966

Box 18

5006.1-9 House fire, 1703 Lewis St. December 30, 1966

Box 18

5014.1-6 Alarm cabinet damage January 16, 1967

Box 18

5056.1-6 Roof fire, 5217 Britton Dr. March 1, 1967

Box 18

5057.1-4 Retail store and café fire, 211 Seaside Way March 16, 1967

Box 18

5061.1-4 Samoa Cocktails bar fire, 2727 4th St. March 20, 1967

Box 18

5063.1-5 House fire, 845 Olive Ave. March 21, 1967

Box 18

5080.1 Fire in the gas meter box April 13, 1967

Box 18

5084.1-6 Café fire, 215 Seaside Ave. April 18, 1967

Box 18

5087.1-3 Residence fire : dead person, 1032 Obispo Ave. April 26, 1967

Box 18

5088.1-4 Apartment fire, 2285 Lewis Ave. April 27, 1967

Box 18

5090.1-11 Furniture Warehouse fire, 52nd and Atlantic Ave. May 3, 1967

Box 18

5093.1-9 Samoa Cocktails Bar fire, 2727 4th St. May 5, 1967

Box 18

5121.1-16 Acme mattress shop fire, 1350 Loma Ave. June 2, 1967

Box 18

5122.1-4 Coffee shop : fire investigation, 4140 Atlantic Ave. June 4, 1967

Box 18

5123.1-9 Café : fire investigation, 1473 Atlantic Ave. June 12, 1967

Box 18

5126.1-3 Fire investigation, 1505 Cherry Ave. June 13, 1967

Scope and Content Note

Burned victim
Box 18

5130.1-5 The Hawaiian restaurant on fire, 4645 Pacific Coast Hwy. June 26, 1967

Box 19

5172.1-10 Apartment fire due to a gas explosion, 1047 1st St. September 6, 1967

Box 19

5192.1-2 Fire evidence in school October 17, 1967

Box 19

5193.1-2 House fire, 1069 Lime Ave. October 17, 1967

Box 19

5199.1-3 Car : fire damage October 27, 1967

Box 19

5200.1-3 House fire, 7017 Stearns St. October 31, 1967

Box 19

5207.1-5 Church fire, 20th and Pasadena Ave. November 16, 1967

Box 19

5228.1-6 Apartment fire, 1414 Broadway Ave. December 27, 1967

Box 19

5231.1-4 Pool hall fire, 4100 Ocean Ave. December 31, 1967

Box 19

5233.1-3 Garage fire, 4874 Los Coyotes January 6, 1968

Box 19

5261.1-8 House fire, 1085 19th St. February 6, 1968

Box 19

5263.1-9 Building fire, 1525 Anaheim St. February 7, 1968

Box 19

5264.1-5 Residence fire : interim February 17, 1968

Box 19

5267.1-7 Residence fire : interim February 25, 1968

Box 19

5269.1-14 Veterans store fire, Anaheim and Orange Ave. February 28, 1968

Box 19

5277.1-4 Pool hall on fire, South and Downey Ave. March 10, 1968

Box 19

5280.1-8 Motel fire, Wardlow and Lakewood Blvd. March 15, 1968

Box 19

5282.1-9 House fire, 52 Bennett Ave. March 26, 1968

Scope and Content Note

3 negs. turned yellow
Box 19

5288.1 Daugherty plane crash, Loma and Wilton April 17, 1945

Box 19

5292.1-4F Firefighters activities 1911-1915

Scope and Content Note

Date of Copy: April 29, 1968
Box 19

5292.1C Fire at 3rd St. and Broadway 1913

Scope and Content Note

Date of Copy: April 29, 1968
Box 19

5295.1-2 Hospital fire : article May 2, 1968

Box 19

5326.1-19 Hotel fire, 437 Seaside Way July 4, 1968

Box 19

5339.1-8 House fire, 3708 Cedar Ave. July 24, 1968

Box 19

5340.1 Firefighters operating at fire, 3708 Cedar Ave. July 24, 1968

Box 19

5342.1-6 Fire investigation, 2280 Louis Ave. July 29, 1968

Box 19

5346.1-5 Building fire, Hill and California Ave. August 2, 1968

Box 19

5349.1-4 Business building fire August 12, 1968

Box 20

5350.1-8 Business building fire, 16th St. and Magnolia August 17, 1968

Box 20

5351.1-12 House fire, 3500 El Prado Ave. August 25, 1968

Box 20

5354.1-9 House damaged by fire : investigation August 29, 1968

Box 20

5360.1-4 Apartment damaged by fire, 7123 Ocean Ave. September 23, 1968

Box 20

5381.1-5 Fire investigation, Anaheim and Bellflower Blvd. November 12, 1968

Box 20

5382.1-9 House damaged by fire, 1814 California Ave. November 15, 1968

Box 20

5385.1-3 Fire damage in residence, 3733 Falcon Ave. November 27, 1968

Box 20

5386.1-10 Newberry's store fire, 433 Pine Ave. December 2, 1968

Box 20

5390.1-5 Miller Co. fire, Anaheim and Daisy Ave. December 4, 1968

Scope and Content Note

5 negs. turned yellow
Box 20

5400.1-5 Memorial Hospital fire, Spring and Atlantic Ave. December 22, 1968

Box 20

5403.1-5 Fire investigation, 1407 7th St. December 30, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Date of fire: December 29, 1968
Box 20

5409.1-9 House damaged by fire, 3194 Park Ln. January 31, 1969

Box 20

5416.1-12 The Patrician Apartment Building on fire, 615 Ocean Ave. February 9, 1969

Box 20

5417.1-16 Apartment fire, 615 Ocean Ave. February 9, 1969

Box 20

5429.1-2 Hall ramp fire, Municipal Auditorium February 21, 1969

Box 20

5434.1-4 Residence damaged by fire, 1407 7th St. March 4, 1969

Box 20

5437.1-9 Theater fire, 2025 4th St. March 9, 1969

Box 20

5439.1-10 Dwelling damaged by fire, 2025 4th St. March 14, 1969

Box 20

5443.1-5 Apartment fire, 1324 Peterson Ave. March 14, 1969

Box 20

5444.1-6 Dwelling fire, 3315 Broadway Ave. March 14, 1969

Box 20

5453.1-20 Fire at Pier J.-Thums March 22, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Pressure release stock fire
Box 20

5454.1-6 Hotel fire, 227 5th St. March 22, 1969

Box 20

5455.1-17 Nu Way Laundry Mat fire, Anaheim and Orizaba Ave. March 22, 1969

Box 20

5464.1-4 Apartment building fire, 1730 Xemino March 31, 1969

Box 20

5466.1-12 Thompson's Sporting Good store fire, 1067 Wardlow Ave. April 3, 1969

Box 20

5471.1-2 Emergency landing at the Long beach Airport April 13, 1969

Box 20

5472.1-2 House fire, 940 Dawson Ave. April 14, 1969

Box 20

5473.1-6 Service station fire, Walnut and Pacific Coast Hwy. April 15, 1969

Box 20

5484.1-11 Aircraft hangar fire, 2701 Wardlow Rd. April 25, 1969

Box 21

5501.1-4 House damaged by fire, 1832 Lime Ave. May 6, 1969

Box 21

5506.1-2 Congregational Church on fire, 8th St. and Obispo May 12, 1969

Box 21

5509.1-6 House fire, 2540 Easy May 14, 1969

Box 21

5529.1-4 House fire, 1335 Lime Ave. June 5, 1969

Box 21

5539.1-4 Salvation Army store fire, 1370 Alamitos Ave. June 20, 1969

Box 21

5540.1-6 Volunteers of America fire, 1185 15th St. June 21, 1969

Box 21

5541.1-10 American Electric fire June 25, 1969

Box 21

5550.1-10 Apartment fire, 1716 Lewis Ave. July 9, 1969

Box 21

5551.1-6 Storage yard fire, 1640 32nd St. July 15, 1969

Box 21

5552.1-4 Building fire, 1316 Lewis Ave. July 15, 1969

Box 21

5556.1-4 Auto Wreckers shop fire, Spring and Cherry Ave. July 21, 1969

Box 21

5557.1-4 Car fire, 4024 Anaheim Ave. July 21, 1969

Box 21

5568.1-17 Smith and Thorpe Co. fire, 125 Anaheim St. August 3, 1969

Box 21

5569.1-4 Globe Gas Corp. fire, 3843 Paramount Ave. August 4, 1969

Box 21

5570.1-7 Apartment building fire, 1009 Pacific Coast Hwy. August 5, 1969

Box 21

5573.1-4 Dwelling fire, 1204 Smith Pl. August 11, 1969

Box 21

5578.1-15 Giorgi's restaurant fire, 116 Pine St. August 22, 1969

Box 21

5579.1-8 Building fire, 2119 Harding St. August 23, 1969

Box 21

5580.1-4 House fire, 1005 Locust St. August 27, 1969

Box 21

5581.1-16 Oil well fire, Flint and Colorado August 30, 1969

Box 21

5583.1-9 Fire investigation, 6825 Espanita St. September 3, 1969

Box 21

5584.1-10 House fire, 2455 Eucalyptus Ave. September 5, 1969

Box 21

5585.1-12 Car fire, 4411 4th St. September 8, 1969

Box 21

5587.1-8 House fire, 2819 Pacific Ave. September 12, 1969

Box 21

5588.1-7 Car fire September 18, 1969

Box 21

5589.1-6 House fire, 710 23rd St. September 20, 1969

Box 21

5594.7-12B Ship fire : use of bus for search and rescue activities 1969?

Box 21

5596.1-21 House fire, 614 Crystal Court September 26, 1969

Box 21

5598.1-10 House fire, 905 Orange Ave. October 1, 1969

Box 21

5599.1-8 American Electric Lab explosion, 6505 Paramount Blvd. October 1, 1969

Box 22

5601.1-6 House and care fire, 2670 Magnolia Ave. October 3, 1969

Box 22

5605.1-25 Apartment building fire, 320 Rampart St. October 14, 1969

Box 22

5606.1-10 Building fire, 2112 Atlantic Ave. October 20, 1969

Box 22

5624.1-8 House and garage fire, 741 28th St. October 25, 1969

Box 22

5629.1-4 House : fire investigation, 2840 Magnolia Ave. October 27, 1969

Box 22

5630.1-4 Car : fire investigation, 720 Columbia Ave. October 27, 1969

Box 22

5631.1-2 House : fire investigation, 731 28th St. October 27, 1969

Box 22

5632.1-4 House : fire investigation, 2766 Magnolia Ave. October 27, 1969

Box 22

5645.1-8 Hair salon fire, 4226 Atlantic Ave. November 3, 1969

Box 22

5655.1-5 Hotel fire, rescue activities, 37 Locust Ave. November 7, 1969

Box 22

5660.1-13 Apartment building : arson investigation, 1669 Loma November 12, 1969

Box 22

5668.1-4 Building fire, 1082 20th St. November 20, 1969

Box 22

5672.1-6 Building fire, 5960 Coke November 25, 1969

Box 22

5674.1-3 Building fire, 828½ Via Wanda November 25, 1969

Box 22

5676.1-29 The Elks Lodge fire, 4101 Willow November 30, 1969

Box 22

5677.1 The Lindberg Jr. High School fire, Market St. and Lewis November 30, 1969

Box 22

5683.1-5 Grass fire, 4300 block of Cherry Ave. November 29, 1969

Box 25

5689.1-3 House fire, 338 Junipero Ave. December 3, 1969

Box 22

5694.1-3 Building fire, 3745 Gaviota Ave. December 6, 1969

Box 22

5700.1-9 Apartment fire caused by explosion, 5421 Long Beach Blvd. December 11, 1969

Box 22

5702.1 Apartment fire, 2264 San Anseline December 20, 1969

Box 22

5703.1-6 Apartment building fire, 4604 California Ave. December 20, 1969

Box 22

5706.1-3 House damaged by a gas explosion, 1508 Orange January 4, 1970

Box 22

5708.1-2 Restaurant fire, 2641 Santa Fe January 8, 1970

Box 22

5712.1-6 Dwelling : fire investigation, 1138 Chestnut Ave. January 14, 1970

Box 22

5715.1-6 House fire, 5925 Seaside Walk January 14, 1970

Box 22

5720.1-4 Garage fire : rescue activities, 1221 55th St. January 28, 1970

Box 22

5721.1-6 The Blue Seal Laundry fire 2201 Carson January 28, 1970

Box 22

5728.1-3 House fire, 3726 Lemon Ave. February 4, 1970

Box 22

5734.1-5 Beauty salon fire, 28 Pine Ave. February 5, 1970

Box 22

5739.1-6 Gift store fire, 2434 Broadway February 8, 1970

Box 23

5740.1-12 Toy manufacturer plant fire, 16th St. and Hayes February 8, 1970

Box 23

5741.1-6 Building fire, 628 Crystal St. February 11, 1970

Box 23

5742.1-11 Gift shop : fire inspection February 13, 1970

Box 23

5743.1 Memorial Hospital on fire, Columbia and Atlantic Ave. February 13, 1970

Box 23

5745.1-12 Multiple dwelling : fire investigation, 1935 Myrtle Ave. February 15, 1970

Box 23

5760.1-6 Auto wreck yard fire, 1900 Anaheim St. February 25, 1970

Box 23

5761.1-6 Apartment : fire investigation, 1869 Harbor February 26, 1970

Box 23

5763.1-2 Building : fire investigation, 1134 Alhambra Ct. February 26, 1970

Box 23

5766.1-11 Apartment building : fire investigation, 237 8th St. March 4, 1970

Scope and Content Note

1 death
Box 23

5770.1-5 School : fire investigation, 2800 Snowden March 6, 1970

Scope and Content Note

Fire bomb
Box 23

5775.1-7 House fire, 1149 Cherry March 13, 1970

Box 23

5776.1-3 Goodwill Industry plant : gas pump fire March 16, 1970

Box 23

5777.1-2 Garage fire, 3727 Walnut Ave. March 16, 1970

Box 23

5782.1-7 House fire, 725 Coronado Ave. March 18, 1970

Box 23

5785.1-2 Trailer fire, 6475 Atlantic Ave. March 20, 1970

Box 23

5788.1-3 Sail shop fire, 245 Marina March 21, 1970

Box 23

5789.1-6 Villa Trailer on fire n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Date of copy: March 5, 1970
Box 23

5796.1-2 Hotel fire, 1090 Obispo Ave. April 1, 1970

Box 23

5797.1-8 House fire, 70 Santa Ana Ave. April 1, 1970

Box 23

5798.1-6 House fire, 70 Santa Ana Ave. April 1, 1970

Scope and Content Note

Death
Box 25

5799.1-7 Car and garage fire, 4014 Elm April 1, 1970

Box 23

5802.1-17 Drug store fire, Bellflower Blvd. and Stearns April 6, 1970

Box 23

5807.1-5 The Bank of America fire, 101 Pine Ave. April 16, 1970

Box 23

5808.1-5 Motel fire, 255 Atlantic Ave. April 16, 1970

Box 23

5809.1-4 Tank oil fire, 1890 29th St. April 17, 1970

Box 23

5810.1-6 Garage fire, 1875 Pacific Ave. April 20, 1970

Box 23

5814.1-18 Cafeteria #1 on fire April 21, 1970

Scope and Content Note

Navy Base, bldg. #140; 2nd Alarm fire
Box 23

5821.1-4 House : fire investigation, 320 9th St. April 30, 1970

Box 23

5824.1-6 Building fire, 2080 Lemon May 2, 1970

Scope and Content Note

Death
Box 23

5826.1-3 House fire, 5457 Conant St. May 3, 1970

Box 23

5827.1-6 Dwelling : fire investigation, 1004 6th May 4, 1970

Box 23

5828.1-4 Garage : fire investigation, 805 Loma Vista Dr. May 4, 1970

Box 23

5835.1-6 Oxygen store room fire and explosion, 1447 Peterson May 18, 1970

Box 23

5836.1-3 Garage fire, 2044 Myrtle Ave. May 18, 1970

Box 23

5837.1-5 Apartment fire, 2999 Ocean Ave. 5th floor May 19, 1970

Box 23

5839.1-6 House fire, 475 7th St. May 20, 1970

Box 23

5842.1-4 Car fire, 2135 Golden May 25, 1970

Box 23

5847.1-6 Apartment building fire, 8th St. and Locust May 29, 1970

Box 23

5848.1-5 Hotel fire, 1855 Anaheim St. June 4, 1970

Box 23

5854.1-6 Garage fire, 857 Cerritos Ave. June 17, 1970

Box 23

5856.1-4 House : fire investigation, 2213 Myrtle Ave. June 22, 1970

Box 23

5857.1-4 Multiple dwelling : fire investigation, 28 Daisy Ave. June 22, 1970

Box 23

5858.1-5 Multiple dwelling : fire investigation, 625-631 1st St. June 16, 1970

Box 23

5859.1-2 Multiple dwelling : fire investigation, 639 4th St. June 18, 1970

Box 23

5860.1-3 Multiple dwelling : fire investigation, 526 3rd St. June 18, 1970

Box 23

5864.1-4 Multiple dwelling : fire investigation, 2023 Pasadena June 30, 1970

Box 23

5868.1-11 Dwelling fire : death, 925 Dayman July 9, 1970

Box 23

5872.1-12 Garage fire, 3620 Vermont Ave. July 14, 1970

Box 23

5873.1-12 Apartment fire, 220 21st St. #1 July 14, 1970

Box 23

5877.1-12 Building fire, 4101 Willow July 30, 1970

Box 23

5879.1-12 Fire investigation, 4101 Willow St. July 31, 1970

Box 23

5880.1-4 Fire damage at Exceptional Children's Home, 266 Grand Ave. August 4, 1970

Box 23

5881.1-12 Apartment damaged by fire, 611 Esther Ave. August 17, 1970

Box 23

5882.1-6 Fire investigation, 919 Rose St. August 19, 1970

Box 23

5889.1-8 Building fire, 10th St. and Xemimo August 25, 1970

Box 23

5898.1-7 Fire investigation in an apartment dwelling September 24, 1970

Box 23

5899.1-16 Warehouse fire, 2501 68th St. September 26, 1970

Box 24

5900.1-37 Building fire, 1200 Harbor Scenic Dr. September 29, 1970

Box 24

5901.1-11 Fire investigation, warehouse September 28, 1970

Box 24

5906.1-11 Yacht fire, east end of breakwater October 14, 1970

Box 24

5908.1-8 Arson : Tracy Theater October 20, 1970

Box 24

5915.1-4 Furniture store damaged by fire, 718 Long Beach Blvd. November 5, 1970

Box 24

5920.1-6 Building fire, Palm Dr. November 21, 1970

Box 24

5924.1-3 Multiple buildings : fire investigation, 4430 Villape Rd. November 30, 1970

Box 24

5926.1-9 Apartment building fire, 6665 Orange Ave. December 2, 1970

Box 24

5929.1-5 Car fire, alley of 2522 Fashion Ave. December 10, 1970

Box 24

5930.1-2 Fire in alley, 727 Cherry Ave. December 10, 1970

Scope and Content Note

Fire set by children
Box 24

5931.1-4 Building fire, 3020 Harding St. December 13, 1970

Box 24

5932.1-7 Apartment dwelling : fire and investigation, 1550 19th St. #4 December 13, 1970

Box 24

5933.1-10 Car fire, 1630 San Francisco Ave. December 15, 1970

Box 24

5938.1-11 Dwelling : fire investigation, 230 Newport Ave. apt. A December 25, 1970

Box 24

5939.1-4 Car fire : investigation, 3908 Atlantic Ave. December 30, 1970

Box 24

5941.1-16 Restaurant fire, 700 45th St. January 1, 1971

Scope and Content Note

2nd Alarm fire
Box 24

5943.1-6 Baptist Church fire, 5640 Orange Ave. January 6, 1971

Scope and Content Note

2nd Alarm fire
Box 24

5946.1-3 House : fire investigation, 2119 Myrtle Ave. January 10, 1971

Box 24

5947.1-3 County parking area : fire investigation, 1837 Long Beach Blvd. January 9, 1971

Box 24

5948.1-6 Garage fire, 1084 Wardlow Ave. January 11, 1971

Box 24

5949.1-6 Wonder Hotel : fire investigation, 208 Anaheim St. January 12, 1971

Box 24

5954.1-8 The Reserve Officers Training Corps building fire, 2800 Snowden January 19, 1971

Box 24

5956.1-6 Hotel : fire investigation, 1063 Anaheim St. January 24, 1971

Box 24

5957.1-12 Beauty salon : fire investigation, 5470 Long Beach Blvd. January 24, 1971

Box 24

5963.1-8 Multiple dwellings : fire investigation, 2024 Lemon Ave. February 4, 1971

Box 24

5966.1-11 Residence : fire investigation, 2220 Canal February 14, 1971

Box 24

5972.1-9 Persian Crown Imports Store : fire investigation, 198 5th St. February 21, 1971

Box 24

5973.1-6 Residence fire and rescue activities, 953 Silva St. February 24, 1971

Box 24

5981.1-5 Hotel fire, 127 1st St. March 10, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Death
Box 24

5982.1-7 Auto sales shop fire, 2530 Long Beach Blvd. March 10, 1971

Box 24

5983.1-12 Fire at 6262 Golden Sails Dr. March 12, 1971

Box 24

5984.1-6 Restaurant fire, 6616 Long Beach Blvd. March 18, 1971

Box 24

5987.1-6 The Edginton Oil Co. fire, 2400 Artesia Blvd. March 23, 1970

Box 24

5989.1-6 Apartment fire : investigation, 2001 Orange Ave. March 26, 1971

Box 24

5993.1-5 The Arab Building fire, 3390 Long Beach Blvd. April 10, 1971

Box 24

5994.1-6 Apartment : fire investigation, 2078 Atlantic Ave. April 10, 1971

Box 24

5995.1-31 The McMahans Firm Fire, Anaheim St. and Gardenia April 11, 1971

Box 24

5997.1-4 Fire victim April 10, 1971

Box 24

6000.1 Car fire : investigation April 18, 1971

Box 24

6001.1-3 Dwelling : fire investigation April 18, 1971

Box 24

6002.1-2 Bar : fire investigation, 6110 Long Beach Blvd. April 18, 1971

Box 24

6004.1 House fire, 1745½ Junipero Ave. April 21, 1971

Box 24

6005.1-12 Gasoline tank truck fire, Long Beach Fwy. and Willow April 26, 1971

Box 24

6013.1-5 Multiple dwelling : fire investigation, 136 Golden May 10, 1971

Box 24

6021.1-6 Multiple buildings fire : aerial view over Atlantic Ave. May 18, 1971

Box 24

6022.1-12 Café : fire investigation, 1621 Anaheim St. May 18, 1971

Box 24

6023.1-8 House : fire investigation, 184 69th Way May 18, 1971

Box 24

6026.1-5 Multiple dwelling : fire damage, 429 Atlantic Ave. May 20, 1971

Box 24

6030.1-7 Law offices : fire investigation, 2200 Pacific Coast Hwy. May 25, 1971

Box 24

6031.1-12 Car dealership office : fire investigation, 1570 Long Beach Blvd. May 27, 1971

Box 24

6032.1-3 Alley : fire investigation, 5703 Cherry Ave. May 27, 1971

Box 24

6035.1-2 Apartment : fire investigation, 2101 Atlantic Ave. June 7, 1971

Box 24

6036.1-9 Multiple dwellings : fire investigation, 1474 Walnut Ave. June 9, 1971

Box 24

6039.1-6 Robert A. Millikan High School : fire investigation June 22, 1971

Box 24

6045.1-9 Gas tank fire, Lomita Gas Co., Lomita and Orange Ave. June 30, 1971

Box 24

6052.1-2 Building : fire investigation, 729 Washington Pl. July 8, 1971

Box 24

6055.1-12 Building : fire investigation, 1504 Stanley July 18, 1971

Box 25

7041.1-6 The Richfield fire July 2, 1933

Box 25

7085.1 Richfield Refinery explosion July 2, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Date of Copy: September 26, 1941; new inventory number assigned (originally 0710.1)
 

Funerals 1916-1964, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives and prints. Includes images of funerals given for Long Beach Fire Department personnel.
Box 28

0029 Ch. Jewell funeral n.d.

Box 28

0080 Ch. Shrewsbury's funeral, Sunnyside Cemetery. Shrewsbury's funeral, Sunnyside Cemetery 1916

Box 28

0081 Ch. Shrewsbury's funeral, Sunnyside Cemetery 1916

Box 28

0082 Ch. Shrewsbury's funeral, Sunnyside Cemetery 1916

Box 28

0135 Funeral detail for Chief Shrewsbury 1916

Box 25

1137.3C Procession of firemen in tribute to J.E. Shrewsbury May 2, 1916

Box 2

2428.1-2 Henry Kern's funeral June 16, 1948

Box 2

2542.1 Fireman Gilman's casket April 18, 1949

Box 4

2794.1-4 Funeral of Mark H. Mims April 21, 1951

Box 4

2835.1-2 Arthur L. Voorhees's funeral July 2, 1951

Box 4

2870.1-2 William T. West's funeral at the Motell's Mortuary Chapel November 9, 1951

Box 4

2899.1-2 Dell Davis's funeral at Motell's Mortuary Chapel January 1952

Box 4

2903.1-3 Fred Head's funeral at Mottell's Mortuary January 29, 1952

Box 4

2920.1 Funeral of Chief Sandeman's father : casket and flowers March 1952

Box 5

3019.1-13 Highway Patrol : funeral procession February 14, 1953

Box 7

3308.1-12 Paul Chase's funeral at Mottell's Mortuary April 22, 1955

Box 7

3346.1-7 Frank Wood's funeral, Mottell's Mortuary September 3, 1955

Box 7

3374.1-5 Frank Fisher's funeral December 9, 1955

Box 8

3497.1-9 Louis Balglietto's funeral at Bosco Catholic Church October 1956?

Box 8

3537.1-2 Leonard Farrar's funeral January 15, 1957

Box 9

3658.1-2 William Minter's funeral January 8, 1958

Box 11

4009.1-5 E. Talley's funeral July 12, 1960

Box 12

4074.1-9 Billy R. Swan's funeral, Forest Lawn November 29, 1960

Box 12

4151.1-2 Honor Guard at Chief Sandeman's funeral July 17, 1962

Box 12

4152.1-10 Chief Sandeman's funeral July 17, 1961

Box 15

4658.1-2 Roy Campbell's funeral, Hunters Mortuary September 4, 1964

 

Ladies Auxiliary 1948-1970

Scope and Content Note

Negatives. Includes images documenting the activities of Ladies Auxiliary Group of the Long Beach Fire Department.
Box 2

2501.1-4 Ladies Auxiliary to the Long Beach Fire Department December 16, 1948

Box 3

2620.1-5 Ladies Auxiliary to the Long Beach Fire Department December 5, 1949

Box 3

2706.1-4 Ladies Auxiliary to the LBDF at the Lafayette Hotel December 21, 1950

Scope and Content Note

Installation
Box 4

2839.1-3 Ladies Auxiliary to the Long Beach Fire Department: presentation of scholarships to Fisher July 19, 1951

Box 4

2890.1-5 Ladies Auxiliary Group to the LBFD: annual dinner, Lakewood Country Club December 1951

Box 5

2985.1-7 Ladies Auxiliary to the LBFD: installation dinner, Apple Valley Steak House December 11, 1952

Box 5

3045.1-2 Ladies Auxiliary to the Long Beach Fire Department wearing customs at Colonial Hall May 21, 1953

Box 5

3100.1-4 Ladies Auxiliary Group September 17, 1953

Box 6

3143.1-6 Ladies Auxiliary to the Long Beach Fire Department: annual dinner at Miller's Café December 10, 1953

Box 9

3644.1-5 Ladies Auxiliary Group to the LBFD installation luncheon, Chandelier restaurant December 5, 1957

Box 10

3789.1-5 Ladies Auxiliary Group to the LBFD: installation December 11, 1958

Box 10

3898.1-5 Ladies Auxiliary group's fashion show September 10, 1959

Box 11

3923.1-6 Ladies Auxiliary Group: installation December 8, 1959

Box 11

3998.1-2 Ladies Auxiliary Group: one thousand-work hours June 14, 1960

Box 12

4078.1-6 Ladies Auxiliary Group December 6, 1960

Box 13

4221.1-5 Ladies Auxiliary group at Elks Club December 11, 1961

Box 13

4236.1 Ladies Auxiliary Group promoting the Valentine's Dance January 30, 1962

Box 13

4374.1-5 Ladies Auxiliary Group to the L.B.F.D. at a Hawaiian restaurant December 10, 1962

Box 14

4527.1-6 Ladies Auxiliary Group : annual event at Captains Inn December 10, 1963

Box 16

4703.1-4 Ladies Auxiliary Group at Reef Café December 10, 1964

Box 17

4852.1-5 Ladies Auxiliary Group, Port of Call restaurant December 7, 1965

Box 17

4931.1-4 Clown costume event at Fire Station No. 1 June 8, 1966

Box 18

4992.1-3 Ladies Auxiliary group : installation event at Edgewater Inn December 6, 1966

Box 19

5222.1-3 Ladies Auxiliary group : installation at Petroleum Club December 8, 1967

Box 20

5392.1-4 Ladies Auxiliary Group December 12, 1968

Box 22

5657.1-3 Schindler, Janice : portrait November 8, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Auxiliary Group; Auxiliary Press 1970-71
Box 22

5693.1-4 Ladies Auxiliary Group : installation December 4, 1969

Box 24

5927.1-6 Ladies Auxiliary group : installation at Golden Sails December 3, 1970

 

Miscellaneous 1840-1971, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives and prints, also includes a few newspaper article clippings and serial publications related to the activities of the Long Beach Fire Department and the 1933 earthquake. Includes activities of the Long Beach Fire Department which are unrelated to the other series. Also includes images of fire department equipment and technical diagrams of equipment not classified as "Apparatus". Activities of paramedics are pictured, including the first paramedics in the 1920s performing CPR with early equipment. Also documents the activities of the Search and Rescue team. Includes images of aviation, such as images of Daugherty's air field in the 1920s, and images of plane and helicopter crashes from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. Also includes images of private water systems installed by oil companies at their oil fields which served to aid in fire prevention activities there. Also includes some images of fire departments other than the Long Beach Fire Department. Finally, includes images unrelated to the Long Beach Fire Department. This series contains several images documenting life in the city of Long Beach and Los Angeles in the early 20th century, and also includes a group of images taken on Catalina Island during the turn of the century, as well as images of early 20th century people, commercial life, and residential life. It also gives a view of the evolution of the city of Long Beach, including early images of the Pike, the Long Beach Pier, and the Queen Mary. Also, a large group of images documenting the damage caused by the March 10, 1933 earthquake in both the city of Long Beach and the city of Compton. There are also a few images documenting the only flight of the Spruce Goose by Howard Hughes which took place in the city of Long Beach. Finally, there are some images of the Miss Universe pageant which took place in the city of Long Beach in 1956 and 1957. During the 1956 pageant, fire fighters were assigned to escort the contestants around the city.
 

Miscellaneous-General

Box 27

0017 Lou and Herb, Champion 1/2 mile fire team of the world, time: 58 4/5 seconds, Council Bluffs, Iowa July 1913

Scope and Content Note

Fireman's Tournament, Perry, IA, July 22-25, 1913
Box 28

0024 Girl Scout troop visiting a fire station 1940s

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0030 Defense exhibit : Auxiliary Fire and Rescue Service registration, Claude L. Evans, Fire Pres Engineer; fireman from England; Capt. Maurice Clemens May 15, 1942

Scope and Content Note

This fireman from England had lost a leg in the Blitz
Box 28

0074 Magazine article : Novel smoke gun will help you get better photos of tiny objects, by Jack B. Penfold n.d.

Box 28

0088 Sam the cat sliding down a fire pole, Station No. 6 September 4, 1958

Box 28

0089 First paramedics in action, practicing CPR in front of a 1914 White Chemical 1920s/early 1930s

Box 28

0090 Firefighters performing CPR on the beach 1920s

Box 28

0091 Article : End of Mercury Mission: City ambulance service breaths its last Wednesday September 27, 1959

Box 28

0093 Damaged automobile 1920s

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0109 Fire department personnel and equipment (not Long Beach Fire Department) n.d.

Box 28

0110 Fireman with horse and carriage 1900s

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0125 De Rochie's Garage n.d.

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0138 Postcard of a 1904 Rambler from Bob O'Leary Buick n.d.

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0145 Business card : Herb Bramley, Manager, Long Beach Firemen's Credit Union n.d.

Scope and Content Note

With descriptive information re. 1923 Seagrave Aerial ov (see 0146)
Box 28

0155 Testing a hose in front of a fire station 1927?

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0175 Defense exhibit, pictured: Jack Dalton, Capt. Clements, fireman from England, Claude Evans (Pres. engineer), Bill Head May 15, 1942

Box 28

0176 Civil defense test, Woodrow Wilson High School : moving high power electric lines, treatment of casualty injured by power lines May 2, 1943

Box 28

0177 Civil defense test, Woodrow Wilson High School : treating casualties caused by downed power lines May 2, 1943

Box 28

0178 Civil defense test, Woodrow Wilson High School : "Ladies in action" treating casualties, Boy Scouts carrying stretchers May 2, 1943

Box 28

0179 Civil defense test, Woodrow Wilson High School : Fire department pumping unit and regular crew simulating sucking water from a bomb crater May 2, 1943

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0180 Civil defense test, Woodrow Wilson High School : Treating casualties May 2, 1943

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0181 Civil defense test, Woodrow Wilson High School : Decontamination Corps in "Men from Mars" protective clothing May 2, 1943

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0182 Civil defense test, Woodrow Wilson High School : Gas incident test with casualties and the removal of a victim for treatment May 2, 1943

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0190 Spraying a fire hose from the roof of City Hall n.d.

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0191 Firemen rappelling from a crane in front of 600 Ocean Blvd. 1960s

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0192 Fireman climbing a ladder up the side of the Security First National Bank 1930s?

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0199 Oil derricks ca. 1946

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0202 Window display, Marine Millinery's store (6th Anniversary sale) n.d.

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0216 Fire truck using a hydrant at South St. and Cherry Ave. May 28, 1947

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Nicholson
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0222 Spraying four fire hoses into the ocean ca. 1911

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0223 Searching, Part I, meter explosion, Signal Hill? 1933?

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0256 Plane crash, Long Beach airport January 3, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photo by John J. Lloyd
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0257 Plane crash, Long Beach airport January 3, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photo by John J. Lloyd
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0258 Plane crash, Long Beach airport January 3, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photo by John J. Lloyd
Box 29

0259 Plane crash, Long Beach airport January 3, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photo by John J. Lloyd
Box 29

0260 Plane crash, Long Beach airport January 3, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photo by John J. Lloyd
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0262 Aerial view of the Long Beach Pier n.d.

Scope and Content Note

"A1842-a",ll
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0263 Long Beach Pike : view of the Jackrabbit Racer roller coaster n.d.

Scope and Content Note

"Winstead Photo. L.B.",lr
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0265 The Pike near the Cyclone Racer after the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0270 Oil refinery damaged by the 1933 earthquake? 1933?

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0276 Long Beach after the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

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0277 Spill on the 101 freeway 1950s

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0278 Boats in the Long Beach harbor, three fire boats spraying hoses February 22, 1962

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0279 Three members of A.W.V.S. (American Women's Voluntary Service) climbing down to a dock with two unidentified fire crew June 17, 1943

Box 29

0280 Three members of A.W.V.S. (American Women's Voluntary Service) on a fire boat with an unidentified fire crew June 17, 1943

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0287 Children boarding a school bus n.d.

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0288 Dave Smith's booth, fire exhibit at the Long Beach auditorium October 29, 1946

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0292 Wartime display at the Palace Theater August 4, 1943

Scope and Content Note

see 0757
Box 29

0293 Two members of A.W.V.S. (American Women's Voluntary Service) at a fire boat with an unidentified fire crew June 17, 1943

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0294 Four unidentified crew campaigning for the Harbor ca. 1909

Scope and Content Note

Not L.B.F.D.?
Box 29

0296 Housewife covering magnesium with sand using long-handled shovel, bucket of sand, and garden hose (recommended equipment for bomb control) 1940s?

Scope and Content Note

Experiment #10, series no. 1
Box 29

0328 First paramedics in action, practicing CPR in front of a 1914 White Chemical 1920s/early 1930s

Box 30

0484 Memorial to Departed Heroes, Long Beach Fire Department 1929?

Box 30

0499 Firemen rushing down Pine Ave. ca. 1910

Box 30

0504 Harold Dalton at Daugherty's air field, Willow & American Ave. May 30, 1925

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0505 At Daugherty's air field ca. 1925

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0506 Auggy Peddler and Earl Daugherty performing aerial acrobatics over Long Beach 1920s

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0512 Testing hose connected to a newly-installed fire hydrant n.d.

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0514 30" water main break, State St. (PCH) & May Ave. June 15, 1930

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0521 Wreckage at an oil field n.d.

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0525 Lou and Herb participating in the State Firemen's Tournament, Maquoketa, Iowa July 22, 1914

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0527 Bunk Room, Engine Company 60?, 55th & Thirteenth (Not LBFD?) August 30, 1909

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0528 Abandoned building on State St. n.d.

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0533 Ocean Ave. south from Pine Ave. ca. 1910

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0534 Long Beach Pier ca. 1910

Box 31

0535 Bath House 1904

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Bacon photo D60"
Box 31

0536 Wharf and Pavilion 1904

Scope and Content Note

lr: "SB photo A69"
Box 31

0537 People with horses and carriages on the beach in front of the Pavilion 1904

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Bacon photo A800"
Box 31

0539 Pine Ave. Pier after Panvalon fire 1900s

Scope and Content Note

ov: "W. R. Mendenhall #13"
Box 31

0542 Long Beach Park 1900s?

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0543 Chinese workers outside a tent 1900s?

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0545 Pier Day, on the beach, pictured : Earl Daugherty, Frank R. Darning?, C. J. Daugherty 1904

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0546 Fun in the Pacific 1900s

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0547 Aerial view of the Long Beach Auditorium and Rainbow Pier October 1932?

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0548 Aerial view of the Naples area of Long Beach October 1932

Scope and Content Note

Camera: 'Compour'-3¼"x4¼"-F. 4.5 lens; Time 1/200, aperture 12; elev. Approx. 1200 ft.; Pilot: Stiles; Photo: Clayton; Ship: Wacco, Travelair, Open, Weather: Clear, bright
Box 31

0549 Jack Rabbit Racer on the Pike ca. 1915

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0550 Pier Day, view from the Pier 1904

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0551 View of oil fields and industrial area from the beach March 4, 1938

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0552 Pier and Sun Pavilion 1905

Scope and Content Note

ll: "by G. C. Hovey"
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0554 Signal Hill at night n.d.

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0555 Women in a horse-drawn carriage 1900s

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0556 Passenger boat 1900s

Box 31

0557 Pier Day, parade float 1904

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0558 Pier Day 1904

Box 31

0559 Long Beach Pier before the bath house was built 1900s

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0560 Driveway, Long Beach Pier 1905

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0561 The day the first Pacific Electric cars started to run from Long Beach to Los Angeles July 4, 1902

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0562 Aerial view of Long Beach harbor and the city n.d.

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0563 Beach and Long Beach Pier 1900s

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0564 Ball & Frank Sporting Goods store, interior n.d.

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0565 Iowa Day at Bixby Park, pictured: Ex-President Herbert Hoover, Mayor Herbert Lewis, Ex-Governor of California Frank Merriam August 11, 1945

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0566 Iowa Day at Bixby Park, pictured: Ex-President Herbert Hoover, Mayor Herbert Lewis, Ex-Governor of California Frank Merriam August 11, 1945

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0568 Paving Golden Ave., southwest of Ocean Ave. ca. 1920

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0569 Paving Daisy Ave. between First and Second St. ca. 1920

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0570 View of the Cyclone Racer and downtown Long Beach from the beach ca. 1930

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0571 Corner of First and Pine 1900s

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0572 View of the Pike 1900s

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0573 View of the Pike 1900s

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0574 Live whale captured at Long Beach May 20, 1897

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0575 Booth with early 20th century people in hats 1900s

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0577 Two men working at the Long Beach harbor n.d.

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0579 Polytechnic High School after the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0585 Jefferson Jr. High, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0587 Continental Bakery, southwest corner of Redondo Ave. and Anaheim with Newport Car Line tracks, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Box 31

0588 View of Long Beach after the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Box 31

0593 School building?, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0594 Machine shop exterior, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0595 Unknown building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0596 Aranbe Hotel and Symphony Theater Building in Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0597 St. Anthony Church, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0598 Apartment building on Ocean Ave., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0599 Continental Bakery, southwest corner of Redondo Ave. and Anaheim with Newport Car Line tracks, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0600 Apartment building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0601 Church building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0602 Apartment building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0603 Apartment building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0604 Apartment building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0605 Pier with oil derricks, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0606 Commercial buildings, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0607 Leveled building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0608 Leveled buildings, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0609 Continental Bakery, Anaheim and Redondo, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0610 Residence, Redondo near 7th St., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0611 Commercial/apartment building, Anaheim east of Cherry, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0612 Arranbe Hotel and Theater, Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0954
Box 31

0613 Polytechnic High School, Long Beach, view of interior quad, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0949
Box 31

0614 Coverall factory, Long Beach, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0936
Box 31

0615 Group of tents after the 1933 earthquake, 20th & Magnolia, Long Beach, Calif. 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0938
Box 31

0624 Polytechnic High School, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

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0626 Apartment building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0627 Commercial street, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0628 Continental Bakery, 12th (Anaheim?) & Redondo, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0629 Commercial/apartment building, Anaheim east of Cherry, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0630 Residence, Redondo near 7th St., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0631 Santa Cruz Apartments, Long Beach, parking lot with cars covered in debris, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0946
Box 31

0632 John Muir School, Long Beach, front entrance of school, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0950
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0633 Polytechnic High School, Long Beach, view of the front building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0947
Box 31

0634 Young Hotel, Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0955
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0635 Arranbe Hotel and Theater, Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0933
Box 31

0636 Dennie apartments, W. Ocean, Long Beach, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0942
Box 31

0637 Lincoln School, Long Beach, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0951
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0638 St. Anthony Catholic Church, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0944
Box 31

0639 Compton Blvd. near pottery store, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0931
Box 31

0640 Demolishing a building, Long Beach Blvd. & Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0958
Box 31

0641 John Muir School, Long Beach, rear of school, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0952
Box 31

0642 Santa Cruz Apartments, Long Beach, front of building, street covered in debris, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0945
Box 31

0643 Compton Bank, Main St., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0940
Box 31

0644 Café, Long Beach Blvd. & Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0956
Box 31

0645 Café, Long Beach Blvd. at Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0934
Box 31

0646 Destroyed building near Hill St. on Pacific Ave., Long Beach, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0939
Box 31

0647 Polytechnic High School, Long Beach, close-up of front courtyard with fallen dome, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0948
Box 31

0648 Apartments at 5th St. & Elm Ave., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0935
Box 31

0649 Crane in front of a building, Long Beach Blvd. & Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0957
Box 31

0650 Bank at Compton Blvd., northeast corner, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0953
Box 31

0651 Science building of Polytechnic High School, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0653 Commercial building of Polytechnic High School, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

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0654 Automotive equipment store with fallen street light, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0655 Inglewood Furniture and Beaver & Clark Funeral Directors, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0656 Apartment building, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0657 Citizens Savings Bank, Rexall Drugs, other commercial and apartment buildings with debris on the street being cleaned up, after the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0661 Ebell Clubhouse and Theater, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Winstead #53"
Box 31

0662 Methodist Episcopal Church, southeast corner of 5th St. & Atlantic Ave., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Winstead #33"
Box 31

0663 Packard Morgan Motor Co., 16th St. & American Ave., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Winstead Photo #19"
Box 31

0664 Imperial Theater, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Manager of the theater was crushed to death by the falling marquee, many people were trapped inside the building; lr: "Linder Photo #19"
Box 31

0665 Science building of Polytechnic High School, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

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0666 1st St. with building debris fallen on a car, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

ll: "Winstead Photo #81"
Box 31

0667 Post Office, 7th and Redondo, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Winstead Photo #28"
Box 31

0668 Seaside Hospital, W. 14th between Chestnut and Magnolia, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

lr: "#90"
Box 31

0669 Jefferson Jr. High School, Pacific Coast Hwy. & Gundry Ave., damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Winstead #52"
Box 31

0670 Feeding refugees of the 1933 earthquake at Lincoln Park 1933

Scope and Content Note

"This is seen in Lincoln Park. So many people had no way to cook so they fix(ed) big brick furnaces and cooked on wood fires, and fed thousands of people, they ran night and day, and never charged a cent, anyone could go and get a meal. They had a wonderful system for relief work."-June Ridgeway
Box 31

0671 Pine Ave. between 4th and 5th St., west side, the clock stopped at the exact time of the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Winstead #51"
Box 31

0675 Post Office Sub Station, 7th & Redondo, with construction crew preparing to clean up the site, damage from the 1933 earthquake 1933

Scope and Content Note

photo taken by Clifford W. Lathrop, member of the Long Beach Fire Dept.
Box 31

0676 Rear of radio station K-FOX, debris fallen through roof of parked car, the car's occupant was able to miraculously escape, damage from 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 31

0678 Wonder Bread Bakery (Continental Bakery?), Redondo & Anaheim, 1 man killed March 10, 1933

Box 31

0679 Spruce Goose in the Long Beach Channel before its flight November 2, 1947

Box 31

0680 Spruce Goose in the Long Beach Channel before its flight, close-up of front of the plane, Howard Hughes on top of plane in hat November 2, 1947

Box 31

0681 Spruce Goose in flight over Long Beach Harbor, original photo signed by Howard Hughes to Eloi J. Amar November 2, 1947

Box 31

0682 View of Long Beach from Signal Hill n.d.

Box 31

0683 Spruce Goose in flight over Long Beach Harbor, in between two boats November 2, 1947

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0684 Spruce Goose in flight over Long Beach Harbor November 2, 1947

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0685 Damage caused by a 1934 twister, view from the roof of the Fire Dept. shop, 1445 Peterson Ave. 1934

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0686 Auditorium disaster, crowds trapped beneath Rainbow Pier May 24, 1913

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Burro Studio
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0687 Auditorium disaster, crowds trapped beneath Rainbow Pier May 24, 1913

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Burro Studio
Box 31

0688 Auditorium disaster, crowds trapped beneath Rainbow Pier May 24, 1913

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Burro Studio
Box 31

0689 Auditorium disaster, Rainbow Pier collapsed in front of the theater entrance May 24, 1913

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Burro Studio
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0690 Auditorium disaster, crowds trapped beneath Rainbow Pier May 24, 1913

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Burro Studio
Box 31

0704 "Blow-off box", used by oil workers to launder their clothes 1920s

Box 31

0705 Los Cerritos Oil Field, view of its many derricks 1920s

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Drillmaster Jones, Long Beach Fire Dept.
Box 31

0706 Edge of the Los Cerritos Oil Field, pictured : dehydrating plant, absorption plant, the remains of three previously-removed derricks 1920s

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Drillmaster Jones, Long Beach Fire Dept.
Box 31

0707 Two oil workers standing over an excavation at the Los Cerritos Oil Field 1920s

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Drillmaster Jones, Long Beach Fire Dept.
Box 31

0708 An oil derrick standing in very close proximity to a residential property 1920s

Box 31

0709 An abandoned home reflected in a pool of oil 1920s

Box 31

0710 An oil worker removing the casing from an abandoned oil well 1920s

Box 31

0711 Two police officers collecting evidence on a charge of spilling oil on a public highway, one officer holding up the evidence container 1920s

Box 31

0712 An abandoned house surrounded by a lake of oil 1920s

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0713 Three police officers collecting evidence on a charge of spilling oil on a public highway, one officer bending down to collect the oil 1920s

Box 31

0714 Gas and oil gusher, General Petroleum, Black & Drake Well January 21, 1922

Scope and Content Note

lr: "Winstead Photo L.B."
Box 31

0721 Wood derrick in old location, Love Lady Pool, Smith Basin development lease May 16, 1940

Box 31

0723 Gusher at an oil derrick n.d.

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0724 Buildings and a farm overlooking oil fields 1920s

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0725 City gas tank, Junipero & Springfield October 11, 1940

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0727 Abandoned industrial building (damaged by fire?) in front of an oil field ("Poor Housekeeping!") n.d.

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0735 Helen Vorhees and an unidentified fire fighter sitting in a ladder truck 1936

Box 31

0736 Crew members testing the Seagrave Gorham ca. 1914

Box 31

0749 Dave Wormley?, Fire Department "mascot" 1910s

Box 27

0756 Four members of A.W.V.S. (American Women's Voluntary Service) on a fire boat June 17, 1943

Box 27

0757 Wartime display at the Palace Theater August 4, 1943

Scope and Content Note

see 0292
Box 27

0758 Newspaper article : Long Beach Press-Telegram, Men viewing a distant warship off the coast near the Long Beach Pier in 1904 November 8, 1931

Scope and Content Note

Pictured : Dr. Austing (first gentleman from left with cane); Dr. Hill, standing to his right; Dr. Culbert, wearing straw hat
Box 27

0759 Two views of the Title (Kohlers) Market ca. 1940

Scope and Content Note

Two hand-colored photographs placed together to form panoramic view
Box 27

0761 Early 20th century family standing in front of a house with lace curtains and a stained glass window 1900s

Box 27

0764 Booklet : Views of Long Beach and Southern California earthquake March 10, 1933 n.d.

Scope and Content Note

See photos 0585-0678
Box 27

0765 Serial : Factory mutual record, v.X, n.5, spec. ed. on the Long Beach earthquake, its effects upon industrial buildings and fire protection systems May 1933

Box 27

0766 Newspaper article : Two issues of the Toronto Mail and Empire with articles covering the 1933 Long Beach Earthquake March 11, 1933; March 13, 1933

Box 27

0767 Booklet : photocopy of booklet with images of the 1933 Long Beach Earthquake n.d.

Scope and Content Note

See photos 0585-0678
Box 27

0768 Serial : Fire engineering, v.86, n.4, article by Lt. Maurice M. Clement, "When the 'quake hit Long Beach" April 1933

Box 27

0769 Newspaper article : The Sun, photographs of Long Beach Fire Dept. paramedics in action August 4, 1931

Scope and Content Note

article is in 2 pieces
Box 27

0770 Newspaper article : Long Beach Press-Telegram, L.B. Police, Fire Associations Ask Salary Boosts May 15, 1951

Box 27

0771 Newspaper article : unknown source, KCJA Serves Water, Fire Departments August 1946

Scope and Content Note

KCJA received its FCC license on August 7, 1946
Box 32

0780 Three women in front of a damaged apartment building, two men stand on roof, damage from the 1933 earthquake? 1933?

Box 32

0781 Early 20th century view of Santa Monica Beach with a view of the Arcadia Hotel before 1909

Box 32

0782 Early 20th century view of the San Buenaventura Mission, Ventura, Calif. 1900s

Box 32

0783 Four men standing in a park July 2, 1972

Scope and Content Note

Long Beach Police Department, Criminalistics Laboratory, photo by Bratcher
Box 32

0784 Group of men evacuated from a building, standing in front of a fire truck July 2, 1972

Scope and Content Note

Long Beach Police Department, Criminalistics Laboratory, photo by Bratcher
Box 32

0803 Madame Pearl fortune teller, storefront n.d.

Box 32

0850 Three men in a row boat surrounded by a hose n.d.

Box 32

0866 No. 1 ambulance, Packard, 2285 Elm Ave. June 25, 1943

Box 32

0867 Civilian defense ambulance ca. 1942

Box 32

0869 Sandbagging the front of the Long Beach Fire College (alarm office) December 15, 1941

Box 32

0870 Filling sandbags at the alarm office (Long Beach Fire College), pictured : Tony Valenzuela, Harry Clayton December 15, 1941

Box 32

0871 Three unidentified personnel walking through sandbags December 15, 1941

Box 32

0872 Sandbagging the front of the Long Beach Fire College (alarm office) December 15, 1941

Box 32

0873 Leroy Lake in front of the alarm desk December 1, 1938

Box 32

0874 Harmon B. Gearhart stationed at a "Talk Alarm" radio receiver at the alarm headquarters, 14th & Patterson August 23, 1939

Box 32

0875 Dispatcher Fischer at a Gamewell alarm desk at fire alarm headquarters, 14th & Patterson August 23, 1939

Box 32

0876 Two early 20th century men in suits drinking sodas on the beach 1903

Box 32

0877 Two early 20th century men in suits, one leaning on a cane, in front of a building with a large column 1903

Box 32

0878 Two early 20th century men in suits drinking sodas on the beach 1903

Box 32

0879 One man and two women, early 20th century, standing on a dirt road 1903

Box 32

0880 Two men in suits and three women in dresses, early 20th century, sitting on the beach 1903

Box 32

0881 Two early 20th century men in suits drinking sodas on the beach 1903

Box 32

0882 Two early 20th century men in suits, one leaning on a cane, in front of a building with a large column ca. 1903

Box 32

0883 An early 20th century man with glasses and a mustache standing in front of a residence ca. 1903

Box 32

0884 A group of early 20th century men standing on a dock at Seal Rock, Catalina Island, Calif. ca. 1903

Box 32

0885 View of a dock and ocean, person in a canoe, at Seal Rock, Catalina Island, Calif. ca. 1903

Box 32

0886 Early 20th century man climbing stairs near the beach on Catalina Island, Calif. ca. 1903

Box 32

0887 Early 20th century woman standing in front of a kitchen ca. 1903

Box 32

0888 View of the Hotel Metropole, Avalon, Catalina Island, Calif. ca. 1903

Box 32

0889 Men climbing stairs near the beach on Catalina Island, Calif. ca. 1903

Box 32

0890 Two early 20th century men in suits drinking sodas on the beach 1903

Box 32

0891 Early 20th century family standing in front of a residence ca. 1903

Box 32

0892 Spectators standing along a parade route (Chinatown, Los Angeles, Calif.?), early 20th century ca. 1903

Box 32

0893 Boyle Heights parade float, early 20th century (Chinatown, Los Angeles, Calif.?) ca. 1903

Box 32

0894 Chinese immigrants pulling a cart, walking along a parade route (Chinatown, Los Angeles, Calif.?), early 20th century ca. 1903

Box 32

0895 Chinese dragon along a parade route (Chinatown, Los Angeles, Calif.?), early 20th century ca. 1903

Box 32

0896 Chinese immigrants carrying lanterns, a US flag, pushing a cart along a parade route (Chinatown, Los Angeles, Calif.?), early 20th century ca. 1903

Box 32

0897 Two men in suits and three women in dresses, early 20th century, sitting on the beach 1903

Box 32

0898 Two men in suits and three women in dresses, early 20th century, sitting on the beach, men are reclining 1903

Box 32

0899 Two men in suits and three women in dresses, early 20th century, seated on a bench 1903

Box 32

0900 Two men in suits and three women in dresses, early 20th century, seated on a bench 1903

Box 32

0901 Two men, one pulling the other up, in front of a barn filled with hay bales, early 20th century ca. 1906

Box 32

0902 William Varvey and wife seated in carriage in front of a residence, 7th and Pacific ca. 1906

Box 32

0903 Two men chopping wood, Long Beach ca. 1906

Box 32

0904 Frank Varvey holding a bicycle ca. 1906

Box 32

0905 Two early 20th century women seated in a carriage ca. 1906

Box 32

0906 Two men standing in front of a wood pile, early 20th century ca. 1906

Box 32

0907 Man and horse-drawn cart standing (Smith & Co.) in front of a woodpile ca. 1906

Box 32

0908 Man in a horse-drawn carriage in front of an under-construction oil derrick ca. 1906

Box 32

0909 Entrance to the work-yard of Smith & Co.?, Long Beach ca. 1906

Box 32

0910 Postcard booklet : Cover, Scenes taken during the terrible earthquake in Southern California, March 10, 1933 March 10, 1933

Box 32

0911 Newspaper clipping, photograph : Long Beach business district in operation after the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 32

0912 Brooks Clothing Clock stopped at the exact time of the 1933 earthquake, Long Beach, Calif. March 10, 1933

Box 32

0913 Automobiles buried under debris, Long Beach, Calif. / Residence leaning to the right, Long Beach Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Austin Studios, California, #135
Box 32

0914 A building in Compton, Calif. / A building on Pike, Long Beach with bricks hanging, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Austin Studios, California, #113 / Austin Studios, California, #122
Box 32

0915 Apartment buildings destroyed, Compton, Calif. / Trinity Lutheran Church, debris blocking entrance, Long Beach, Calif., damage from 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Austin Studios, California, #124
Box 32

0916 Lynwood Theater, Lynwood, Calif. / Liberal Furniture Store, Long Beach, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Austin Studios, California, #137 / Austin Studios, California, #121
Box 32

0917 Long Beach street scene, street completely covered in debris / Polytechnic High School, courtyard with fallen dome, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Austin Studios, California, #115 / Austin Studios, California, #134?
Box 32

0918 Huntington Park High School / City Hall, Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Austin Studios, California, #142 / Austin Studios, California, #141
Box 32

0919 Apartment house on Ocean Blvd., Long Beach / Long Beach street scene, street completely covered in debris, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

Austin Studios, California, #138 / Austin Studios, California, #133
Box 32

0920 Cars demolished by falling debris / Main Street, Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Box 32

0921 Residence destroyed / Long Beach street with two sailors, white sheet covering earthquake victim, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Box 32

0922 End of Rainbow Pier, Long Beach / Photograph taken while earthquake was still occurring, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Box 32

0923 Apartment building with exterior wall completely destroyed / Destroyed building surrounded by debris, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Box 32

0924 Coverall factory, W. Ocean Ave., Long Beach, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0941
Box 32

0925 Furniture store on Compton Blvd., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0930
Box 32

0926 Long Beach Blvd., Compton, Calif., near pottery store, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0929
Box 32

0927 Apartments with top exterior wall completely gone, rear view, Anaheim & Chestnut, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0943
Box 32

0928 Pottery store, Long Beach Blvd. at Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0932
Box 32

0929 Long Beach Blvd., Compton, Calif., near pottery store, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0926
Box 32

0930 Furniture store on Compton Blvd., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0925
Box 32

0931 Compton Blvd. near pottery store, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0639
Box 32

0932 Pottery store, Long Beach Blvd. at Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0928
Box 32

0933 Arranbe Hotel and Theater, Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0635
Box 32

0934 Café, Long Beach Blvd. at Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0645
Box 32

0935 Apartments at 5th St. & Elm Ave., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0648
Box 32

0936 Coverall factory, Long Beach, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0614
Box 32

0937 Family whose home was destroyed living in a tent after the 1933 earthquake, 16th & Cedar, Long Beach, Calif. March 10, 1933

Box 32

0938 Group of tents after the 1933 earthquake, 20th & Magnolia, Long Beach, Calif. March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0615
Box 32

0939 Destroyed building near Hill St. on Pacific Ave., Long Beach, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0646
Box 32

0940 Compton Bank, Main St., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0643
Box 32

0941 Coverall factory, W. Ocean Ave., Long Beach, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0924
Box 32

0942 Dennie apartments, W. Ocean, Long Beach, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0636
Box 32

0943 Apartments with top exterior wall completely gone, rear view, Anaheim & Chestnut, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0927
Box 32

0944 St. Anthony Catholic Church, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0638
Box 32

0945 Santa Cruz Apartments, Long Beach, front of building, street covered in debris, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0642
Box 32

0946 Santa Cruz Apartments, Long Beach, parking lot with cars covered in debris, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0631
Box 32

0947 Polytechnic High School, Long Beach, view of the front building, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0633
Box 32

0948 Polytechnic High School, Long Beach, close-up of front courtyard with fallen dome, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0647
Box 32

0949 Polytechnic High School, Long Beach, view of interior quad, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0613
Box 32

0950 John Muir School, Long Beach, front entrance of school, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0632
Box 32

0951 Lincoln School, Long Beach, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0637
Box 32

0952 John Muir School, Long Beach, rear of school, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0641
Box 32

0953 Bank at Compton Blvd., northeast corner, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0650
Box 32

0954 Arranbe Hotel and Theater, Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0612
Box 32

0955 Young Hotel, Compton, Calif., damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0634
Box 32

0956 Café, Long Beach Blvd. & Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0644
Box 32

0957 Crane in front of a building, Long Beach Blvd. & Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0649
Box 32

0958 Demolishing a building, Long Beach Blvd. & Compton, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 10, 1933

Scope and Content Note

see 0640
Box 32

0959.1-2 Booklet : From the Earthquake Zone in Long Beach California 1933

Scope and Content Note

collection of photographs showing the damage from the 1933 earthquake, © 1933, published by Green's, Inc., 542 Pine Ave., Long Beach, Calif.
Box 32

0960 Newspaper clipping : photograph, Branch Public Library, East Long Beach, Quake Wreck, damage from the 1933 earthquake March 1933

Box 1

2096.1 Photrix time selector switch board 1947?

Box 1

2318.1-4 Milk drive : California Good Will milk shipment for European relief January 9, 1948

Box 1

2320.1-2 Milk drive : California Good Will milk shipment for European relief January 9, 1948

Box 1

2323.1-4 Marine recruitment activities January 14, 1948

Box 1

2324.1-15 Oil valves January 14, 1948

Box 1

2337.1-3 Sprinkler valves, Ohio Rubber Co. January 22, 1948

Box 1

2338.1 Sprinkler valve, Ohio Rubber Co. January 26, 1948

Box 25

2339.1 Water signals used by the Long Beach Fire Department January 27, 1948

Box 25

2342.1 Radio chart January 30, 1948

Box 1

2345.1-4 Golf awards February 6, 1948

Scope and Content Note

Two negs. turned yellow
Box 25

2351.1 Station day-off chart February 16, 1948

Box 25

2390.1 Long Beach Fire Department organization chart April 19, 1948

Scope and Content Note

Pink paint stains on the glossy side
Box 1

2393.1-3 Machine shop products April 27, 1948

Box 1

2396.1-2 Valves April 30, 1948

Box 25

2434.1-6 Maintenance chart; maintenance white manual August 12, 1948

Box 2

2438.1-12 Gas plant, 9th and Santa Fe Ave. August 16, 1948

Scope and Content Note

New pump unit
Box 2

2468.1-10 Flood control : contamination October 25, 1948

Box 2

2472.1-3 Water in street, 14th St. and Gladys Ave. November 12, 1948

Box 2

2473.1-3 Contamination, 29th St. and Elm November 16, 1948

Box 2

2479.1-2 University of Southern California Trojan Magazine December 1, 1948

Scope and Content Note

Mr. Ruchti and John Wentz
Box 2

2480.1-2 City nursery toys December 2, 1948

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Loder
Box 2

2481.1-4 California State Firefighters' Association Dance at Lakewood Country Club December 5, 1948

Box 2

2500.1-4 Santa Claus and Chief Ballard at Fire Station No. 1 December 16, 1948

Box 2

2504.1-2 Mounted police at Pistol Range January 13, 1949

Box 25

2526.1-4B Water signals used in Long Beach Fire Department March 21, 1949

Box 25

2528.1 Alarm Office day-off chart March 22, 1949

Box 2

2536.1-4 Sports trophy, Lowell Johnston and Chief Sandeman at Fire Station No. 1 March 30, 1949

Box 2

2539.1-5 Dock nozzle, Berth 50 April 6, 1949

Box 2

2540.1-3 Golf awards at Triangle Café: Chief Sandeman and Slaight April 8, 1949

Box 2

2541.1-2 Gauge on new ladder truck April 8, 1949

Box 2

2546.1-3 Bowling team at Fire Station No. 1 April 28, 1949

Box 3

2554.1-3 Aerial map of Long Beach : fire exhibit May 11, 1949

Box 25

2568.1 1949 engine specifications and tune-up data June 28, 1949

Box 25

2571.1 Alarm box designations June 30, 1949

Box 3

2572.1-3 Golf awards : Chief Meckley, Jacoby, Slaughter, Moar? And Montgomery July 6, 1949

Box 3

2573.1-6 Ditch digger operations July 11, 1949

Box 25

2574.1-3 Map of City of Long Beach July 12, 1949

Box 3

2593.1-5 Trailer house, 2105 California Ave. August 8, 1949

Box 3

2595.1-2 Broken ladder August 26, 1949

Box 3

2596.1-6 Houses affected by smog September 12, 1949

Box 3

2612.1-7A Smog Houses November 18, 1949

Scope and Content Note

Mr. Kennedy
Box 3

2616.1-4 Residential apartments; Manhole December 7, 1949

Box 3

2619.1-4 Service station pipe line system, 10th St. And Alamitos December 13, 1949

Box 3

2663.1-13 City animal shelter October 15, 1950

Box 25

2671.1-2 Alarm radio charts October 15, 1950

Box 25

2672.1 Motorola diagram October 18, 1950

Box 3

2697.1-2 Alarm office day-off schedule November 22, 1950

Box 4

2747.1-3 Sky background March 8, 1951

Box 4

2752.1A Herman William Banemer's radio license March 1951

Box 25

2752.2-3B Herman William Banemer's radio license certificate and navy record March 1951

Scope and Content Note

navy record: color dye fading
Box 4

2774.1 Radio circuit diagram April 2, 1951

Box 4

2796.1-3 Baseball team April 25, 1951

Box 4

2827.1 Long Beach : aerial view from the ocean June 18, 1951

Box 4

2830.1-2 Cave-in, 11th St. and Obispo June 18, 1951

Box 4

2840.1 Photrix timer July 27, 1951

Box 4

2848.1-6 Art Center : Oriental art exhibit, 2100 Ocean Ave. September 28, 1951

Scope and Content Note

City Manager for Library
Box 25

2873.1-2 Wiring diagrams 1951?

Box 4

2891.1-2 Bracket for Mars light 1951?

Scope and Content Note

2 negs. turned yellow
Box 4

2910.1-4 Alarm box-shunt system February 26, 1952

Scope and Content Note

1neg. turned yellow
Box 4

2925.1-5 Scene of an accident : 4th St. and Molino Ave. April 15, 1952

Box 5

2932.1-2 Accident at 28th St. and Atlantic Ave. : oil derricks in background; Advertisement for Les Brown Concert May 9, 1952

Box 5

2935.1-3 Accident scene: house at 4th and Molino Ave. May 16, 1952

Box 25

2961.1-2 Radio diagram July 22, 1952

Box 5

2962.1 Alarm box location chart August 4, 1952

Box 25

2971.1-2 Communication from the US Coast Guard, Capt. John Trebes to Chief Frank Sandeman October 1952

Box 25

2996.1-2 American table of distances for storage of explosives January 5, 1953

Box 25

2998.1-2 Motorola schematic diagram January 19, 1953

Box 5

3020.1-2 Radio circuit diagram : MC 200 receiver March 11, 1953

Box 5

3034.1-3 Motorola diagram April 28, 1953

Scope and Content Note

1 neg. turned yellow
Box 5

3035.1 Dirt in wash water April 28, 1953

Box 5

3037.1 Motor service data chart May 6, 1953

Box 5

3044.1 Long Beach Fire Department logo on montage of photographs of firefighters activities May 20, 1953

Box 5

3053.1 Mobile airport Xmitter diagram June 9, 1953

Box 5

3055.1 One-way traffic pattern chart June 15, 1953

Box 5

3063.1 Radio circuit: Nash AC-151, 3131222 model NH1AC July 15, 1953

Box 5

3085.1-4 Hydrant repair August 27, 1953

Box 5

3097.1 Wide board oscilloscope September 11, 1953

Box 5

3098.1 Radio circuit: cathode ray oscilloscope W.O. 56A September 11, 1953

Box 25

3118.1-2 Radio circuit October 10, 1953

Box 6

3142.1-3 Alarm box December 2, 1953

Scope and Content Note

Cotton Warehouse
Box 6

3163.1-2 Fire Department cartoons 1952?

Box 25

3172.1-2 Spencer Kellogg and Sons diagram March 9, 1954

Box 6

3188.1-2 Alarm box locations chart February 1954

Box 6

3201.1-2 Berths in zone 1-1A-2 chart May 6, 1954

Box 6

3202.1-2 Seal of City of Long Beach May 6, 1954

Box 6

3223.1-4 Lakewood District : city growth July 9, 1954

Box 6

3224.1-2 Stone lantern, recreational park July 7, 1954

Box 6

3228.1-2 Stone lantern from a recreation park July 15, 1954

Box 6

3242.1-7A City of Long Beach logo 1954?

Box 25

3242.1B Tap drill sizes chart September 15, 1954

Box 7

3283.1-2 City film titled "Municipal Dividends" January 31, 1955

Box 7

3296.1-2 Hole in pavement, alley of 731 Broadway Ave. March 17, 1955

Box 7

3303.1-3 Alamitos Bay in background April 4, 1955

Box 25

3304.1-2 Amplifier circuit chart April 5, 1955

Scope and Content Note

F 26
Box 7

3305.1 F30rectifier power supply chart April 5, 1955

Box 7

3311.1-2 Firemen repairing house, 3835 5th St. April 30, 1955

Box 25

3312.1 Motorola P-8201-B diagram May 10, 1955

Box 7

3334.1-4 Cable removed from reel August 5, 1955

Box 25

3348.1-2A Poem titled "The Other Shift" September 19, 1955

Box 7

3356.1-2 Battalion chief badge October 4, 1955

Box 7

3370.1-2 Captain badge December 4, 1955

Box 7

3390.1-9 Blood bank participation January 20, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Location: 15th St. and San Francisco; 4 negs. turned yellow
Box 26

3422.20H Nozzle n.d.

Box 26

3423.1-2 Municipal Airport 1930?

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 8

3440.1-3 Rockets ball team, little league at Ball Park May 24, 1956

Scope and Content Note

3 stained negs.
Box 8

3454.1-4 Ampro tape recorder schematic drawing June 28, 1956

Box 8

3458.1-8 Miss Universe drivers at the Lafayette Hotel July 18, 1956?

Box 8

3460.1-11 Navy mine sweeper maneuver July 26, 1956

Box 8

3548.1-5 Red Cross drive: retired police and firemen February 19, 1957

Box 8

3555.1-7 Shadow graph April 2, 1957

Box 8

3560.1-2 Handy, the caricature April 23, 1957

Box 8

3609.1-2 Constants of hydrocarbons table August 22, 1957

Box 9

3613.1 Shop tool September 5, 1957

Box 9

3630.1-9 Free water way obstruction, Hwy. 101 Bridge October 28, 1957

Box 25

3655.1 Radio circuit : Webcor Model 210 December 31, 1957

Box 9

3681.1-4 Pump damage February 28, 1958

Box 25

3684.1 Water flow chart March 11, 1958

Box 25

3691.1-4 Radio circuit April 11, 1958

Box 9

3701.1-2 Overpass, Anaheim and Long Beach Blvd. May 8, 1958

Box 9

3709.1-2 Orbit transmitter circuit May 19, 1958

Box 9

3722.1 Circuit diagram for Webcor #210 June 11, 1958

Box 9

3732.1-4 Safety Award 1954;1955;1956;1

Box 25

3762.1-8 Radio interference log October 23, 1958

Box 10

3802.1 "Don't Smoke on Bed" cartoon December 29, 1958

Box 25

3819.1-26 Radio instructions ca. 1959

Box 10

3844.1-10 Fire Department Ball team, Recreational Park Ball Diamond May 10, 1959

Box 10

3845.1-3 Houghton Park and the Community Building : architecture model May 11, 1959

Box 10

3882.1-7 Hose testing manifold at shop, Station No. 7 July 29, 1959

Box 25

3888.1 Harbor dock numbers August 1959

Box 10

3892.1-5 Poor tire construction August 26, 1959

Scope and Content Note

Photograph taken at shop
Box 10

3894.1 Map of the harbor area September 3, 1959

Box 10

3907.1 Refuse in alarm conduct October 29, 1959

Box 10

3915.1-10 Hydrant repair November 16, 1959

Box 25

3926.1-2 Alarm log December 14, 1959

Box 25

3929.1 Hale relief valve December 28, 1959

Box 25

3931.1-3 Centrifugal pump January 6, 1960

Box 11

3936.1-11 Auto part price chart February 1, 1960

Box 11

3949.1-2 Dirt water from main February 23, 1960

Box 25

3956.1-2 Bogen amplifier circuit 1960?

Box 11

3962.1-6 Silver pieces April 1, 1960

Scope and Content Note

Copy for USS Long Beach
Box 11

3963.1 Pump operation chart April 1, 1960

Box 25

3980.1-2 Radio license May 16, 1960

Box 25

4010.1-9 Pump controls 1960?

Box 25

4035.1-4 Radio circuit diagram August 29, 1960

Box 25

4055.1-2 Circuit of the Du Mont oscillograph September 29, 1960

Box 12

4073.1-2 William Allen's discharge papers 1946

Scope and Content Note

Date of Copy: November 22, 1960
Box 12

4079.1-2 Testing water system, 6th St. and Rose December 7, 1960

Box 12

4091.1 Marriage license January 9, 1961

Box 12

4096.1-4 Location of hydrants January 20, 1961

Box 25

4100.1-3 Cable specifications 1961

Box 12

4107.1 Sandeman's wedding cake February 21, 1961

Box 12

4143.1-3 Testing wrecked truck at airport June 15, 1961

Box 12

4178.1 Motor October 23, 1961

Box 13

4319.1-5 Tokyo earthquake n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Date of Copy: August 19, 1962
Box 25

4326.1 Fire scene 1840

Scope and Content Note

Date of copy: August 29, 1962
Box 14

4419.1-4 Hand extinguisher March 11, 1963

Scope and Content Note

Types: Soda acid extinguisher; gas extinguisher; CO2 extinguisher
Box 14

4422.1-6 Water in a beauty parlor's basement, 3rd and Pacific Ave. March 23, 1963

Box 14

4431.1-6 Engineers examination at Station No. 19 April 30, 1963

Box 14

4433.1-2 Ship Espanoza at the Long Beach Harbor May 3, 1963

Box 14

4436.1-2 Radiation test at Harbor May 9, 1963

Box 14

4444.1-4 Long Beach Fire Department logo May 22, 1963

Box 14

4447.1-2 Engineering exam at the Veterans Building May 23, 1963

Scope and Content Note

Neg. turned yellow
Box 14

4449.1-2A Engineer practical test at station No. 10 May 27, 1963

Box 25

4460.1-9 Radio circuit July 25, 1963

Box 14

4477.1-3 'A' soft ball team August 26, 1963

Box 14

4491.1-2 Antenna hit by lightening October 8, 1963

Box 14

4492.1 Intersection of Wardlow and Long Beach Blvd.: poorly located hydrant October 8, 1963

Box 14

4497.1-4 Workers laying a conduct for an alarm system October 15, 1963

Box 14

4498.1-2 Setting a cable terminal box, Anaheim and California Ave. October 14, 1963

Box 14

4524.1-4 Street improvement at Los Cerritos December 4, 1963

Box 14

4534.1-2 Test for camera December 26, 1963

Box 15

4550.1-4 Rescue activity : man trapped in cave in January 22, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Location: 7th St. and San Gabriel River
Box 15

4574.1-2 Electronics data sheet February 24, 1964

Box 15

4581.1-4 Bed March 17, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Drill Manual
Box 25

4598.1-5 Radio telephone operator license 1966?

Box 15

4689.1-4 Arson suspect November 14, 1964

Box 16

4741.1 Fire Department organizational chart March 17, 1965

Box 25

4765.1-11 Oscilloscope circuit May 19, 1965

Box 25

4806.1-6 Radio circuit August 31, 1965

Box 16

4823.1-2 Marilyn Ann Bingham's birth certificate; Carolyn Sue Bingham's birth certificate October 26, 1965

Box 25

4885.1-2 Radio circuit March 21, 1966

Box 17

4887.1-2 Fire Department radio license March 23, 1966

Box 25

4937.1-3 Dark room plans June 22, 1966

Box 17

4950.1 Radio license August 18, 1966

Box 17

4967.1-4 Cable damage, Anaheim and Linden Ave. October 29, 1966

Box 19

5188.1-12 Alarm system operations October 2, 1967

Scope and Content Note

Alarm Bureau
Box 19

5210.1-5 Apartment building, 355 Coronado November 27, 1967

Scope and Content Note

Accident
Box 19

5262.1-5 Radio license February 7, 1968

Box 19

5272.1-8 Fire classifications March 1, 1968

Box 19

5285.1-2 Rusty fire lines April 4, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Queen Mary
Box 19

5289.1-11 Powerine Oil Terminal, 1404 7th St. April 22, 1968

Box 19

5293.1-5 Location of private fire system, Richfield Oil April 30, 1968

Box 19

5294.1-6 Private fire system, Gunco April 30, 1968

Box 19

5296.1-4 National Gypsum Co., 1850 8th St. May 2, 1968

Box 19

5299.1-4 Craig Shipyard : location project May 28, 1968

Box 19

5300.1-5 Richfield Marine Station May 28, 1968

Box 19

5301.1-4 Mobile marine station : location project May 28, 1968

Box 19

5303.1-7 Private water system, Edgington Oil Co. June 3, 1968

Box 19

5304.1-3 Private water system, Richfield Oil Co. June 3, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Location project: South and Paramount
Box 19

5305.1-2 Private water system, Douglas Aircraft June 3, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Location project: Wardlow and Cherry Ave.
Box 19

5308.1-4 Private water system, Marina June 5, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Location project
Box 19

5309.1-4 Private water system, Auditorium June 7, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Location project: Seaside St. and Long Beach Blvd.
Box 25

5310.1-4 Harbor Department private water system June 10, 1968

Box 19

5314.1-9 Island Charlie private water system June 11, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Location project
Box 19

5315.1-7 Island Delta private water system June 11, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Location project
Box 19

5316.1-10 Douglas Aircraft private water system June 13, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Location project
Box 19

5321.1 Queen Mary : view from Pier E June 21, 1968

Box 19

5323.1-11 Richfield Oil Co. private water system June 25, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Location project
Box 19

5337.2A East Anaheim Ave. after the 1933 earthquake 1933?

Scope and Content Note

Date of Copy: July 22, 1968
Box 19

5343.1-7 Oil Island Alpha private water system July 31, 1968

Box 19

5344.1-3 Oil Island Bruno : private water system July 31, 1968

Box 20

5352.1-26 Private water system August 26, 1968

Box 20

5363.1-7 Private water system, Richfield #1 September 25, 1968

Box 20

5374.1-8 Los Angeles County Civil Defense October 25, 1968

Box 20

5376.1-15 Private water system, Proctor and Gamble St. October 29, 1968

Box 20

5384.1-4 Damaged alarm box, Anaheim and Oregon November 22, 1968

Box 20

5388.1-2 Private water system, Richfield #1; Private water system, Robert Shaw December 2, 1968

Box 20

5394.1-4 Private water system December 16, 1968

Box 20

5402.1-2 Damaged fire alarm, Anaheim St. and Alamitos Ave. December 29, 1968

Box 20

5407.1-4 D. A. Vigil's radio operator license January 30, 1969

Box 20

5413.1-9 Water system February 6, 1969

Box 20

5433.1-4 Sunken boat: search and rescue activities at the Sea Scout Base March 3, 1969

Box 20

5480.1 Battery cable installation instructions April 23, 1969

Box 25

5500.1-27 Alarm box system May 5, 1969

Box 21

5513.1-2A Various alarm devices May 21, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Memorial Magazine, July 4th; Memorial Association
Box 21

5514.1-9 Private water systems : Richfield T.K.; Richfield Terminal #1; Richfield Terminal #3; Oil Island May 22, 1969

Box 21

5516.1-3 Connection covers on sidewalk May 23, 1969

Box 21

5528.1-4 Key June 4, 1969

Box 21

5533.1-31 Aerial views : Edington Oil, Richfield Oil, Monsato Co., Napalm storage, Memorial Hospital, Long Beach and San Diego interchange June 10, 1969

Box 21

5535.1-8 Alarm box information chart June 11, 1969

Box 21

5555.1-4 Damage to shore power connection at Fire station No. 15 July 18, 1969

Box 21

5558.1-4 Damaged thread adapter July 23, 1969

Box 21

5559.1-2 Bottle straps July 23, 1969

Box 21

5576.1-10 Chopper crash, Anaheim Rd. and El Jardin August 17, 1969

Box 21

5590.1-7 Post 279 open house, Nike base September 23, 1969

Box 21

5597.1-15 Long Beach shoreline after beach cleanup activity September 30, 1969

Box 22

5654.1-10 Helicopter crash at Long Beach Airport November 4, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Helicopter #N9437F
Box 22

5697.1-6 American Electric Co. : private water system December 6, 1969

Box 22

5707.1-2 California ship builders : private water system January 5, 1970

Box 22

5710.1-4 Water system, 2000 Anaheim St. January 14, 1970

Box 22

5711.1-9 Texaco Marine Dock : water system January 14, 1970

Box 22

5718.1-3 Vacant field : new development, 733 Maine January 26, 1970

Box 23

5752.1-10 Bombero Program, City of Long Beach February 17, 1970

Box 23

5753.1-22 Share Your Breath Program : training activities February 18, 1970

Box 23

5754.1-8 Bombero Program, City of Compton February 18, 1970

Box 23

5756.1-7 Private water systems : Oil Island A, B, C, D; Pier A, Berths 1-10; L.B.O.D. tank farm, Pier 4; Thums tank farm, Pier 1 February 20, 1970

Box 23

5759.15-20C Private water systems : Richfield #3 February 25, 1970

Box 23

5759.1-7A Private water systems : Richfield Tank Farm; California Shipbuilding; Texaco Incorporated; Procter and Gamble February 20, 1970

Box 23

5759.8-14B Private water systems : Atlantic Richfield, Berth 118-119; National Gypsum; Edgington Oil Inc.; Atlantic Richfield; Robertshaw Controls; Upland lease February 20, 1970

Box 23

5771.1-2 Richfield Plant #3 March 10, 1970

Box 23

5790.1-4 Veterans Stadium June 11, 1969

Scope and Content Note

S&R
Box 23

5793.1-9 Monsanto Plant, 6251 Paramount Blvd. March 31, 1970

Box 23

5794.1-3 Childbirth March 31, 1970

Box 23

5795.1-2 Rescue activities March 31, 1970

Box 23

5820.1-4 Radio code April 29, 1970

Box 23

5831.1 Woman on roof, 325 3rd St. May 11, 1970

Box 23

5832.1-15 Presentation to Mexican orphans at Station No. 1 May 12, 1970

Box 23

5833.1-2 Presentation to Lindeman by P.T.A. at Rufum School May 13, 1970

Box 23

5838.1-8 Nike Base, 4000 Spring Ave. May 19, 1970

Scope and Content Note

E.O.C.
Box 23

5840.1-4 Rescue activity : victim trapped in a car, 5th and Atlantic Ave. May 20, 1970

Box 23

5852.1-3 Monsanto Co. : water system June 11, 1970

Box 23

5861.1-11 Search and rescue activities for a lost child, 2nd St. and Cherry June 23, 1970

Box 23

5869.1-22 Long Beach Safety Council Award, Elk Club July 10, 1970

Box 23

5874.1-2 Garden class at El Dorado Nature Center July 17, 1970

Box 23

5875.1-8 Alarm system panel, Holiday Inn July 24, 1970

Box 23

5878.1-12 Chopper crash, Del Amo and Susana Rd. July 31, 1970

Box 23

5883.1-6 Lifeguard Station, foot of Prospect Ave. August 21, 1970

Box 23

5884.1-6 Lifeguard Station : lifeguard's perspective, foot of Prospect Ave. August 21, 1970

Box 23

5890.1-7 Long Beach Airport : first flight, DC-10 August 29, 1970

Box 23

5893.1-42 Aerial views: Memorial Hospital; American Electric; Richfield Co; Eddington Co; Monsanto; Petropane; Cal St Long Beach; Long Beach/San Diego fwy interchange September 1, 1970

Box 24

5907.1-22 Chopper crash, Long Beach Airport October 17, 1970

Box 24

5909.1-12 Building demolition, 100 Chestnut October 23, 1970

Box 24

5919.1-19 Ontario Airport : demo crash truck November 18, 1970

Box 24

5923.1-11 Open house, 4000 E. Spring Ave. 1970?

Scope and Content Note

S&R E.O.C.
Box 24

5935.1-4 Long Beach : aerial view December 23, 1970

Box 24

5936.1 Christmas collage December 23, 1970

Box 25

5940.1-4 Medical exercise meeting at E.O.C. December 30, 1970

Box 24

5944.1-2 Injury graph 1967?

Box 24

5945.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department : organization chart January 8, 1971

Box 25

5960.1-7 A bottle mounting test January 26, 1971

Box 24

5962.1-2 Long Beach Search and Rescue arm band February 3, 1971

Box 24

5964.1-4 Security training class February 4, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Youth Hutch, Willow w Ave. and Pine
Box 24

5965.1-4A Earthquake rescue activities February 10, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Sylmar Veterans Hospital ruins
Box 25

5965.5-35B Earthquake rescue activities February 10, 1971

Box 24

5967.11-14D Earthquake damage : Public Safety Building February 16, 1971

Box 24

5967.1-2A Earthquake damage : luxury apartments, 600 Ocean Ave. February 16, 1971

Box 24

5967.3-6B Earthquake damage : Breakers Building, 210 Ocean Ave. February 16, 1971

Box 24

5967.7-10C Earthquake damage : Pacific Towers Building, 1900 Ocean Ave. February 16, 1971

Box 24

5969.1-4 Long Beach Fire Department badge; Long Beach Fire Department logo February 18, 1971

Box 25

5971.1 S. and R. and visitor at E.O.C.; Lauk : portrait February 16, 1971

Box 24

5976.1-4 Medical exercise February 26, 1971

Box 24

5977.1-2 Queen Mary move February 27, 1971

Box 24

5978.1-12A Search and Rescue crew, Bret Hart School February 27, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Display
Box 24

5978.13-18B Search and Rescue crew February 27, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Display
Box 24

5978.19-23C Search and Rescue members February 27, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Display
Box 24

5978.24-25D Search and Rescue Crew at K-FOX February 27, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Display
Box 24

5978.26-27E Search and Rescue crew plaque March 2, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Display
Box 24

5978.28-30F Search and Rescue Crew, County award March 1971?

Scope and Content Note

Display
Box 24

5979.1-18 County helicopters crash, Long Beach Airport March 7, 1971

Box 24

5980.1-11 Rescue Unit March 9, 1971

Box 24

5992.1-6 Flash bracket for C33 camera April 1, 1971

Box 24

6006.1-4 Firefighter statue April 26, 1971

Box 24

6015.1-9 Health and Safety Fair May 8, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Search and Rescue
Box 24

6017.1-8 Long Beach Country Club Awards May 11, 1971

Box 25

6020.1-14 Pistol range May 15, 1971

Box 24

6024.1-14 Cascade : air bottle May 18, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Location: Storekeeper shop, 1445 Peterson
Box 24

6028.1-16 Special Olympics May 22, 1971

Box 24

6029.1-18 Water Department Awards at Petroleum Club May 24, 1971

Box 24

6033.1-4 Air bottle June 2, 1971

Box 24

6038.1 City Training class June 21, 1971

Box 25

6054.1-12 Mt. Lee Rescue School July 13, 1971

Box 24

6056.1-8 Search and rescue activities, San Antonio and Del Mar July 10, 1971

Box 26

7022.1 J.F. Wakefield's office and market located on 10th St. Damaged by the 1933 earthquake ca. 1930

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7023.1 Long Beach downtown : aerial view from Signal Hill 1940?

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7027.1 Extensive damage to the Wonder Bread Bakery near the corner of Anaheim Rd. and Redondo Ave. ca. 1933

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7029.1 Zorro Gardens : nudist colony, California Pacific International Exposition, San Diego 1935

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7032.1 Long Beach downtown : a view from the ocean (The Rainbow Pier and Old Auditorium) 1940?

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7035.1 Unknown city view n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7036.1-2 Earthquake damage in the city of Long Beach ca. 1933

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7037.1-2 Earthquake damage ca. 1933

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7038.1 Alarm box system location chart ca. 1940s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 24

7042.1 4th St. and Pacific Ave. ca. 1940

Box 24

7043.1 City of Long Beach looking towards Signal Hill 1947

Box 24

7044.1-3 The Farmers and Merchant Bank Building ca. 1950s

Box 24

7045.1-3 Long Beach from Circle Pier; downtown Long Beach 1951

Box 24

7046.1 Long Beach Pier ca. 1910s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
Box 24

7047.1 Bathing beauties being filmed ca. 1930s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
Box 24

7048.1-32 Training drills (L.B.C.C.?), unidentified personnel, apparatus, city buildings, street views September 29, 1970

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
Box 26

7052.1 Vintage automobile and driver near Main Divide Motorway and Bedford Motorway (Corona, CA) ca. 1920s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7053.1 Eagle motorcycle ca. 1920s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7054.1-2 Vintage automobile and driver ca. 1920s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7055.1-2 Airplanes and pilots ca. 1930s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7056.1-7 Milo Burcham Hangar, Long Beach Airport ca. 1930s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7057.1-6 Long Beach Coastal Region ca. 1930s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7058.1 Emmanuell Baptist Church ca. 1940s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 26

7059.1 Remington Kleanbore Shot Shells ad ca. 1940s

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 25

7062.1-2 Fire Department Lab 1940?

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; 1 neg. turned yellow
Box 25

7063.1-2 Fire Department Lab 1940?

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; 1 neg. turned yellow
Box 25

7064.1 Civil service examination August 1944

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
Box 25

7065.1 Fire Department dark room 1945

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
Box 25

7068.1-5 Long Beach : aerial view 1960?

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
Box 25

7077.1 Sinking USS Covington ship; USS Nicholson ship 1941

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
Box 25

7083.1-4 Pumper control panel 1950s?

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
 

Other Buildings

Scope and Content Note

"Other Buildings" includes images of Long Beach Fire Department buildings which are not considered fire stations. Also includes images of other buildings in the city of Long Beach which are not related to the Long Beach Fire Department. Buildings are primarily city buildings, but some residential and commercial buildings are also included.
Box 27

0013 Temporary headquarters after the 1933 earthquake, 3rd and Pacific Ave. (June 1933 to March 1, 1935) 1933

Box 27

0014 Temporary headquarters after the 1933 earthquake, 3rd and Pacific Ave. (June 1933 to March 1, 1935) 1933

Box 27

0022 Future site of Station No. 1 (Knights of Pythias Hall) n.d.

Box 31

0538 Rivera Hotel 1904

Scope and Content Note

lr: "SB A27"
Box 31

0540 Auditorium as seen from Rainbow Pier 1940s

Box 31

0544 Unknown building 1900s?

Box 31

0553 Long Beach Auditorium interior 1906

Box 31

0576 Three views of the Long Beach Pavilion, 1901, 1903, and 1906 1906

Scope and Content Note

ll: "Copyright-1906 by G. C. Hovey #6128"
Box 31

0578 View of the Jergins Trust Building 1910s

Box 31

0581 Long Beach City Hall before the 1933 earthquake 1920s

Box 31

0677 City Hall, remodeled after the 1933 earthquake, Station No. 1 still housed in temporary quarters (circus tents) December 1934

Box 1

2319.1-2 The Gas Department building : construction process on Santa Fe and 9th St. January 9, 1948

Box 7

3364.1-4 The Alarm Office: alterations November 4, 1955

Box 26

3421.1A The Naples Hotel ca. 1930

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

3421.1B US Army Hangar July 1930

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

3422.3B The Bureau of Fire Alarm June 1930

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 7

3433.1-2 Mechanic shop May 17, 1956

Box 7

3435.1-3 Dispatch Office at the Alarm Office Building May 22, 1956

Box 9

3664.1-4 The Public Safety Building model February 19, 1958

Box 14

4418.1-5 Fire Department Club House on 32nd and Pacific Ave. March 12, 1963

Box 15

4565.1 The Alarm Building : construction February 7, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Location: 1450 Peterson Ave.
Box 15

4573.1 The Alarm Building under construction February 21, 1964

Box 15

4579.1-2 The Alarm Office Building under construction March 16, 1964

Box 15

4591.1-4 The Alarm Office Building under construction March 31, 1964

Box 15

4601.1-3 The Alarm Office Building under construction April 9-17, 1964

Box 15

4622.1-4 The Alarm Office Building under construction May 22, 1964

Box 15

4634.1-2 The Alarm Office Building June 5, 1964

Box 15

4638.1 The Alarm Office Building June 12, 1964

Box 15

4645.1-2 The Alarm Office Building under construction June 26, 1964

Box 15

4652.1 The Alarm Office Building July 27, 1964

Box 15

4683.1 The new Alarm Office Building October 28, 1964

Box 16

4732.1-2 The Alarm Office Building February 19, 1965

Scope and Content Note

Location: 1465 Peterson Ave.
Box 19

5298.1-2 The Alarm Building after completion May 27, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1465 Peterson
Box 19

5320.1 Maintenance shop June 21, 1968

Box 24

5902.1-4 Public Safety Building, 100 Magnolia Ave. October 8, 1970

Box 24

5996.1-2 Communication School 1971?

Box 24

6012.1C Search and Rescue Headquarters, 4040 Spring Ave. May 6, 1971

Box 26

7033.1 The Donner's Café Building ca.1935

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
 

Mutual Benefit & Union 1944-1970, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives and prints. Includes images which document the activities of the Mutual Benefit Association, such as the Christmas Baskets program, the 4th of July Circus, donation activities, and the Fire Fighters Dance.
Box 28

0028 Assembling Christmas baskets 1960s

Scope and Content Note

Bob Holloway on left, Soulder, Miller, Stremple?
Box 28

0049 Didactic panel for Smoky Dan and Pat Dare by Lee Boniface (cartoon strip) n.d.

Box 28

0070 Didactic panel for Smoky Dan and Pat Dare by Lee Boniface (cartoon strip) n.d.

Box 29

0290 "Clothing for Russia" relief campaign May 19, 1944

Scope and Content Note

pictured: Chas. A. Moore, Fire Dept Storekeeper; Dale Brockman, Asst. City Storekeeper; Horace Hopkins, City Storekeeper
Box 29

0291 "Clothing for Russia" relief campaign : Chas A. Moore (Fire Dept Storekeeper) loading his car May 19, 1944

Box 1

2368.1-7 Basketball team B March 11, 1948

Scope and Content Note

Mutual Benefit, YMCA
Box 4

2895.1-3 Christmas baskets distribution December 1951

Box 7

3333.1-2 LBF Mutual Benefit Association Club house under construction August 3, 1955

Box 7

3348.1B All stars Baseball Team at Veterans Stadium September 3, 1955

Box 9

3639.1-2 Presentation of Community Chest Checks at Fire Station No. 7 November 22, 1957

Box 9

3653.1-4 Christmas baskets, Fire Station No. 13 December 24, 1957

Box 9

3685.1-3 Donation to the Red Cross March 13, 1958

Box 10

3803.1-4 Christmas Baskets Program, Station No. 13 December 24, 1958

Scope and Content Note

Categorized under Miscellaneous
Box 11

3928.1-6 Christmas baskets distribution, Station No. 17 December 24, 1959

Box 12

4060.1-4 Parking lot, 31st and Pacific November 1960

Box 12

4084.1-5 Christmas Baskets Program December 24, 1960

Box 13

4266.1-12 4th of July Circus : promotional shots June 20, 1962

Box 13

4281.1-12 4th of July Circus : parade and performance at Veterans Stadium July 4, 1962

Box 13

4378.1-10 Christmas baskets at Station 22 December 24, 1963

Box 14

4453.1-2 A firefighter reading a study book June 12, 1963

Box 14

4455.1-11 Joker ball game at Admiral Kidd Park June 18, 1963

Box 14

4533.1-6 Christmas Basket Program December 24, 1963

Box 16

4784.1-17 4th of July Circus at Veterans Stadium July 4, 1965

Box 17

4944.1-14 4th of July Circus at the Veterans Stadium July 4, 1966

Box 18

4995.1-7 Christmas party at Navy Shipyard December 14, 1966

Box 18

5000.1-3 Christmas baskets, Fire Station No. 22 December 24, 1966

Box 18

5085.1-6 International Beauty Congress contestants April 24, 1967

Box 18

5137.1-17 The 4th of July event at the Veterans Stadium July 4, 1967

Box 19

5223.1-6 Public service : Christmas party at Health Department Auditorium December 8, 1967

Box 19

5225.1-3 Firefighters' Christmas Toy Party December 16, 1967

Scope and Content Note

Town Theater
Box 19

5227.1-8 Christmas baskets, Station No. 22 December 24, 1967

Box 19

5268.1-6 Retired Police & Fire Banquet, Elks Building February 22, 1968

Box 19

5327.1-10 4th of July Circus at Veteran's Stadium July 4, 1968

Box 20

5401.1-7 Christmas baskets, Station No. 22 December 24, 1968

Box 20

5419.1-10 Firefighter Union, Petroleum Club February 13, 1969

Box 20

5430.1-16 Retirement banquet, Elks Club February 21, 1969

Box 20

5459.1-14 Installation of officers at Mr. C's March 26, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified members
Box 21

5520.1-16 Miss Welcome to Long Beach at Fire Station No. 16 May 28, 1969

Box 21

5562.1-11 Southern District Meeting at Mr. C's July 28, 1969

Box 21

5595.1-2 Firefighters lunch at Buff Club September 25, 1969

Box 22

5704.1-17 Christmas baskets program at Station No. 22 December 24, 1969

Box 22

5716.1-6 Union installation at Mr. C's January 23, 1970

Box 24

5937.1-18 Christmas Baskets Program at Station No. 22 December 24, 1970

Box 25

7067.1 Firefighters dance tickets n.d.

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
 

Parades & Publicity 1906-1971, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives and prints. Includes images of parades, particularly those put on by the Long Beach Fire Department. Also includes images taken by the Long Beach Fire Department which were used for public relations purposes.
Box 28

0025 Two women on a drill tower August 1937

Box 28

0026 Miss Universe chauffeurs 1957

Scope and Content Note

Official photograph, 1957; Albert B. Kelch, photographer
Box 28

0027 Judges' selection for finals, Bathing Beauty Pageant August 15, 1926

Scope and Content Note

Winstead Photo 3765-B
Box 28

0031 Bob Hope with unidentified fireman on a putting green March 10, 1946

Scope and Content Note

Location: Nancy Hospital?
Box 28

0032 Jack Benny performing n.d.

Box 28

0033 Fireman drivers for Miss Universe Contest July 18, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photo by John J. Lloyd
Box 28

0034 Fireman drivers for Miss Universe Contest outside auditorium July 18, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photo by John J. Lloyd
Box 28

0035 Fireman drivers for Miss Universe Contest with two contestants July 18, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Photo by John J. Lloyd
Box 28

0045 Firemen's parade, Cedar Rapids, Iowa? 1919?

Scope and Content Note

"Irish", "19", ll; "From J. H. Richmond, Photographer, 615 8th Ave E. New Phone Red 1048, Cedar Rapids, Iowa" ov
Box 28

0046 Firemen's' Ball display truck, sponsored by Foreman & Clark 1937

Box 28

0047 Firemen's' Ball display banners 1937

Box 28

0050 Long Beach Fire Dept. Marching Band n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Raymond & Weilenman Kodak Finishing Enlarging Commercial Work, Long Beach, Calif.
Box 28

0051 Fireman's Annual Ball poster 1937

Box 28

0052 Fireman's Annual Ball poster 1937

Scope and Content Note

Jerry Harrison written in pencil? ov
Box 28

0079 Redlands Parade July 4, 1913

Box 28

0083 Unidentified personnel in a parade car ca. 1906

Box 28

0098 Fire Prevention exhibition : Hand Tub, 1792, Mount Vernon, Virginia, courtesy of Balboa Fire Dept. October 3-9, 1937

Scope and Content Note

Fire exhibition/convention?
Box 28

0106 Fourth of July Parade, 5th and Price? July 4, 1906

Scope and Content Note

"Geo. M. Jewell" written ov
Box 28

0137 Firefighters on parade June 10, 1923?

Box 28

0164 Long Beach fire services presentation 1960s?

Box 29

0207 Long Beach Fire Dept. parade November 11, 1952

Scope and Content Note

identification by H. Redding
Box 29

0284 Fireman Oscar Steffen, Billy D-Andrea, Paul Moir, "Rocky" Marshall, and fireman Abe Shrotman promoting the Long Beach Fireman's Dance September 27, 1949

Box 29

0285 Fireman Oscar Steffen, Billy D-Andrea, Paul Moir, "Rocky" Marshall, and fireman Abe Shrotman promoting the Long Beach Fireman's Dance September 27, 1949

Box 29

0286 Fireman's Dance March 22, 1946

Box 30

0386 Opening ceremonies for Station No. 5, marching band procession May 22, 1948

Box 30

0494 Parade of Fire Dept. personnel 1910s

Box 31

0751 A local actress posing for a publicity photo seated on a horse next to a Metropolitan steam engine with two unidentified personnel 1911

Box 27

0755 Publicity for an annual fireman's dance, Claude Evans and Jack Dalton dancing with two office girls May 1943

Box 1

2384.1-3 Army Day Parade, City Hall April 6, 1948

Box 2

2410.1-14 Fire Station No. 5 : parade and opening May 22, 1948

Box 2

2455.1-8B Alma and Gladys advertising the Firemen's Dance at Bixby Park September 28, 1948

Box 2

2463.1A Long Beach Fire Department logo : montage of photographs of firefighters activities October 11, 1948

Box 25

2463.2B Long Beach Fire Department logo : montage of photographs of firefighters activities October 11, 1948

Box 2

2549.13D Centennial Parade : firefighters posing with a water pumper May 7, 1949

Box 2

2549.14-24E Centennial Parade May 7, 1949

Scope and Content Note

Damaged set
Box 2

2549.1-5A Centennial Parade : horse drawn Steam Pumper May 7, 1949

Box 2

2549.6-8B Centennial Parade : ladder truck May 7, 1949

Box 2

2549.9-12C Centennial Parade : firefighters marching May 7, 1949

Box 3

2550.1-2 Fire exhibit at auditorium : Centennial Parade May 7, 1949

Box 3

2597.1-3 Fire Department Boys Club members during a fire extinguisher demonstration September 8, 1949

Box 3

2602.1-3 Stepphen, Shrotman, and three boys advertising the Boys Club Dance September 27, 1949

Box 3

2603.1-2 Dance tickets: Mayor Chance, Schmidt and Moore September 28, 1949

Box 3

2608.1-7 Fire rig at the streets of Long Beach; Firefighters checking fire rig tires; Fire rigs parked at Fire Station November 16, 1949

Scope and Content Note

Photographs taken for Westman Magazine
Box 4

2735.1 Long Beach Fire Department Orchestra at Houghton Park February 6, 1951

Box 4

2871.1-10 Armistice Day Parade November 11, 1951

Box 4

2904.1-2 Scheduled fire inspection January 20, 1952

Box 5

2945.1-2 Long Beach Day Nursery, 15th & Chestnut June 25, 1852

Box 5

2967.1-4 Olympic diving championship : presentation with honorary chief's badge September 24, 1952

Box 5

2975.1-6 Armistice Day Parade November 11, 1952

Box 5

3039.1-4 Chief buys first dance ticket for the fireman's dance; Firemen's dance : publicity shot May 8, 1953

Box 5

3050.1-2 Fireman's dance ad. At Mc Arthur Park June 2, 1953

Box 6

3129.1-6 Armistice Day Parade November 11, 1953

Box 6

3162.1-4 K.F.O.X. Fire Department Broadcast January 27, 1954

Box 6

3183.1-2 Radio program ad at Fire Station No. 10 March 25, 1954

Box 6

3211.1-2 Visiting firemen from Sweden at Fire Station No. 7 May 28, 1954

Box 6

3218.1-4 Junior Ball Club sponsored by the LBFD: opening season at the Truman Boyd Park June 21, 1954

Box 6

3220.1-2 Golf tournament : winners June 24, 1954

Box 6

3238.1-15 Fire Chiefs' Annual Convention : Fire Chiefs Annual Convention sign; Fire Chief's Annual Convention Exhibit August 23-26, 1954

Box 6

3239.1-16 Chiefs Convention banquet at the Hilton Hotel August 27, 1954

Box 6

3241.1-3 Long Beach lifeguard hut, city motion picture September 1, 1954

Scope and Content Note

City Motion Picture
Box 6

3265.1-6 Armistice Day Parade, Ocean and Atlantic Ave. November 11, 1954

Box 25

3282.1-2 Magazine article : "Where People Court" 1955

Box 7

3292.1-4 Downtown Long Beach March 9, 1954

Scope and Content Note

Locations of city for movie
Box 7

3300.1-4 Pine Ave. : city view March 17, 1955

Scope and Content Note

City pictures, publicity shots
Box 7

3309.1-2 Long Beach Harbor 1955

Scope and Content Note

Publicity shot
Box 7

3316.1 Blackie and firefighter at the Training Center May 17, 1955

Box 7

3322.1-2 Mr. Ali, Mr. Rana and Mayor in Mayor's office June 3, 1955

Box 7

3341.1-3 Fire Balls in league at Veterans Park; Baseball team at Veterans Park August 28, 1955

Box 7

3352.1-14 Firefighters activities on 6th St. and Maine September 25, 1955

Scope and Content Note

Publicity shots
Box 7

3358.1-9 Fire Prevention displays October 3, 1955

Scope and Content Note

Publicity shots
Box 7

3366.1-10 Armistice Day Parade : parade route November 11, 1955

Box 7

3385.1-5 Vickery, De War? and Savage in downtown Long Beach; Oil well at Pier A; Vickery, DeWar and Savage, float and downtown Long Beach in background January 4, 1956

Scope and Content Note

Publicity of city
Box 7

3414.1-4 Long Beach Fire Department publicity photo 1956

Box 8

3511.1-7 "Good Old Days" celebration, 31st St. and Pine November 9, 1956

Box 8

3513.1-5 Navy personnel banquet at Apple Valley Steak House November 13, 1956

Box 8

3558.1-2 Fire Department demonstration April 12, 1957

Scope and Content Note

Media Convention; publicity shot
Box 8

3598.1-11 Miss Universe contest at the Lafayette Hotel July 17, 1957

Box 9

3647.1-2 Bimbo the dog December 10, 1957

Box 9

3692.1-2 Two firemen in uniforms at Station No. 10 April 17, 1958

Box 9

3694.1-4 Display card : LBFD services April 21, 1958

Box 9

3720.1-4 Miss Welcome and two firemen at Station No. 1 June 7, 1958

Box 9

3736.1 Capt. Smith and Coast Guard at Salvage dock July 16, 1958

Box 9

3751.1-3 Sam, the mascot, at Station No. 6 September 4, 1958

Box 10

3798.1 Naples Christmas parade at Rivo Alto Canal December 23, 1958

Scope and Content Note

Requested by the City Manager's Dept.
Box 10

3816.1-4 Radio use; Radio repair at Drill School February 11, 1959

Scope and Content Note

Photographs taken for publicity purposes
Box 10

3826.1-6 Boy Scouts standing at a fire alarm box located on Bellflower and Stearns St. March 5, 1959

Box 10

3855.1-3 Fire Prevention Program June 5, 1959

Box 10

3856.1-11 July 4th Program June 5, 1959

Box 10

3875.1-2 Fire Safety Award July 15, 1959

Box 11

3999.1-11 Miss Welcome and two firemen advertising the 4th of July event June 15, 1960

Box 12

4062.1-4 1961 New Years float October 28, 1960

Box 13

4220.1-4 Toys for tots December 12, 1961

Box 13

4357.1-2 Film presentation at Apple Valley Steak House November 19, 1962?

Box 14

4435.1-2 Presentation of the 1963 float picture at City Hall May 9, 1963

Box 15

4605.1-2 Fire Service Day April 21, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Joseph Karp Jr.
Box 15

4636.1-6 4th Circus : publicity June 9, 1964

Box 15

4674.1-16 Fire Prevention Parade on Ocean Ave. October 4, 1964

Box 16

4740.1-4 Fire Department training March 16, 1965

Scope and Content Note

Photos for City College
Box 16

4772.1-5 Children enjoying the Metropolitan Steam Pumper; Children on fire truck # 1 June 11, 1965

Box 19

5191.1-20 Fire Prevention Week Show : tower demonstration October 14, 1967

Box 20

5369.1-5 Publicity shots for fire show, Station No. 19 October 3, 1968

Box 20

5435.1-4 H. Barrett and T. Bell with Chief Rizzo March 4, 1969

Box 20

5436.1-7 Display for Committee on community progress, Elks Lodge March 6, 1969

Box 20

5441.1-8 'Burn Victim' publicity shots March 13, 1969

Box 20

5446.1-5 Fire extinguisher demonstration March 18, 1969

Box 20

5447.1-2 School children at Station No. 10 March 18, 1969

Box 20

5462.1-2 Group of firemen promoting the P.I.O. Program March 28, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Publicity shot
Box 20

5465.1-9 Fire Station No. 5 mascot April 3, 1969

Box 20

5474.1-4 School talk April 15, 1969

Scope and Content Note

School located at 3980 Marron
Box 20

5488.1-2 Firefighters in uniform April 29, 1969

Box 20

5489.1-6 Presentation to Chief Rizzo May 2, 1969

Box 21

5505.1-30 Fire Services Day Parade and celebration May 10, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Locations: Veteran's Park, City Hall, and Fire Station No. 1
Box 21

5508.1-4 Fire Prevention Day May 13, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Location: Los Altos Shopping Center
Box 21

5527.1-9 Pictures for July 4 Magazine June 3, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Car fire and 375 Gladys Ave.
Box 21

5530.1 Fire Prevention Men at Station No. 1 June 6, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Picture for July 4 Magazine
Box 21

5537.1-4 Col. Cecil Sams in the news June 18, 1969

Box 21

5546.1-46 Fireworks show at Veterans Stadium July 4, 1969

Box 21

5575.1-2 Presentation by T. J. Rizzo August 11, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Location: Radio KFOX
Box 21

5586.1-2 Fire prevention publicity shot September 11, 1969

Box 22

5600.1-2 Fire Prevention Week : publicity shot October 3, 1969

Box 22

5602.1-4 Color book 'Judging' October 8, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Headquarters
Box 22

5603.1-7 Rescue demonstrations at Vets Hospital October 9, 1969

Box 22

5604.1-40 Fire Show at the Drill School October 11, 1969

Box 22

5669.1-5 Crew at Station No. 10 November 21, 1969

Box 22

5699.1-20 Christmas baskets program December 10, 1969

Box 22

5733.1-5 The Independent Press Telegram features firefighters in action; Firefighters in action Awards materials February 4, 1970

Box 22

5738.1-6 Fire and rescue follow-up February 7, 1970

Box 23

5744.1-2 Press Club Award, Petroleum Club February 14, 1970

Box 23

5772.1-6 Share Your Breath March 11, 1970

Box 23

5774.1-5 Demonstration at Queen Mary March 12, 1970

Box 23

5818.1-6 Miss Firefighter April 22, 1970

Box 23

5830.1-6 Miss Firefighter May 7, 1970

Box 23

5834.1-8 Miss Firefighter at Station No. 8 May 15, 1970

Box 23

5841.1-3 Fire Prevention personnel May 21, 1970

Scope and Content Note

P.I.O. Program
Box 23

5853.1-6 Clowns promoting the 4th of July show at Station No. 1 June 17, 1970

Box 23

5862.1-10 Activities at Station No. 1 June 28, 1970

Scope and Content Note

Filming for closed circuit TV
Box 23

5863.1-2 Grand Prize promotion June 26, 1970

Box 25

5866.1-50 Veterans Memorial Stadium July 4, 1970

Box 23

5867.1-7 Veterans Memorial Stadium : fireworks July 4, 1970

Box 24

5958.1-9 Search and rescue equipment and personnel January 24, 1971

Box 24

5961.1-4 Awards Magazine article January 27, 1971

Box 24

6009.1-2 Aerial view May 3, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Photograph for Training Bulletin
Box 24

6040.1-3 Fireworks Annual Show : publicity with Don Pettijohn's family June 23, 1971

Box 24

6041.1-8 Fireworks Annual Show : publicity shots, Station No. 8, Belmont Shore June 23, 1971

Box 24

6042.1-7 Publicity with a clown at Long Beach Cablevision station June 25, 1971

Box 24

6044.1-9 Advertising the Fireworks Show at Station No. 14 June 28, 1971

Box 24

6046.1-45 Fireworks Show, Veterans Stadium July 4, 1971

Box 24

6047.1-17 Fireworks Show, Veterans Stadium July 4, 1971

Box 24

6057.1-20 First Awards presentation at Elks Lodge October 6, 1971

Box 26

7034.1 Fire Prevention Week sign 1924

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned; Nitrate based
Box 25

7082.1-8 4th of July celebration at Veteran's Stadium ca. 1970

Scope and Content Note

New ID number assigned
 

Personnel 1904-1971, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives and prints. Includes images of the Long Beach Fire Department personnel throughout its history, including portraits taken at fire stations, and documentation of activities outside their activities as firemen, such as retirement parties.
 

Personnel-General

Box 27

0005 Hose Company No. 1 July 4, 1904

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified personnel
Box 27

0008 Unidentified personnel with dog n.d.

Scope and Content Note

"Property of Dave M. Wormley, 1929 Florida Street, Long Beach, Calif.",ov
Box 27

0010 Chief J. Shrewsbury and Asst. Chief Craw with Station No. 1 1910s

Scope and Content Note

Brightwell, Foster, Robinson, Halterman, Cooper, Lucas, Williams, Hocking, Richardson, Moury, with 5 unidentified personnel
Box 27

0018 Fireman Riggs and his new bride with A. Shrewsbury, Asst. Chief Cray, Short Taylor, McElroy, Bill Minter, John Buchanan at Station No. 1 October 29, 1910

Scope and Content Note

"Daugherty Photographers Long Beach, Calif.",lr
Box 28

0036 Fire department baseball team n.d.

Box 28

0078 California State Fireman's Association group photograph n.d.

Scope and Content Note

unidentified personnel; stamp ov: R. H. Sargent, Anderson, Calif.
Box 28

0084 George E. Harking with horse 1906

Box 28

0085 Fire department personnel n.d.

Scope and Content Note

unidentified personnel
Box 28

0086 Fire department personnel, 3rd and Pacific n.d.

Scope and Content Note

unidentified personnel
Box 28

0087 Parade of fire department personnel, 6th or 7th and Pacific n.d.

Scope and Content Note

unidentified personnel
Box 28

0092 Fire department personnel in front of apparatus June 6, 1926

Scope and Content Note

Pictured: Price, England, Jones, Alstat, McNally, Wilhite, Pop Miller, Al Schmidt, McElroy, Camp, Boyd
Box 28

0095 Fire department personnel on an apparatus 1924

Scope and Content Note

Sunken Gardens (North Long Beach); Virginia Gardens (written ov)
Box 28

0096 Morris, Conklin, Evans, Bob Conway, Barlron? on an apparatus 1926

Box 28

0097 Crew attending to an apparatus in front of Savage Tires 1910s

Scope and Content Note

"Mrs. Williamson, 519 West 6th St.", written ov
Box 28

0101 Four unidentified crew in a Mitchell automobile n.d.

Box 28

0119 Four unidentified personnel n.d.

Box 28

0120 Four unidentified personnel n.d.

Box 28

0121 Five unidentified personnel including B. Hankey's grandfather (white shirt) early 1930s

Box 28

0128 Five unidentified personnel with a horse, standing in front of a fire truck n.d.

Box 28

0132 Four unidentified personnel from Engine Co. 3 with a fire truck 1911

Scope and Content Note

Robinson? written ov
Box 28

0133 Engine Co. 7 with an American-LaFrance April 2, 1924

Scope and Content Note

Pictured: John Whitten, Chas. Miller, Johnnie the Fox Man?, Mr. Cooper, Cliff Lathrup, Bill Schmidt, others are unidentified
Box 28

0136 Hose wagon at Station No. 1 : A. C. Du Rie?, C. E. (Charley) Miller, Bob Friedell, Bob Rife, Benny Robinson, Fred Peth 1922

Box 28

0140 Battalion chief Bartron and Lee 1920s

Box 28

0142 Unidentified personnel, Chief Craw, alarm superintendent Clark, and M. Cooper with truck from Engine Co. 1 ca. 1920

Box 28

0143 Jim Pinckard, Capt. Kinman, Jim Kennedy, "Slim Reynolds", and Mead Harmon 1928

Box 28

0150 Battalion chief A. C. Bradley with driver, Cliff Lathrop at Station No. 5, Anaheim and Newport Ave. n.d.

Box 28

0152 Fire Chief's car with Chief Clarence Craw and driver Bill Minter seated in car ca. 1924

Scope and Content Note

Car pictured is the Buick that Stan Ellis was killed in (1924)
Box 28

0157 Two unidentified personnel in front of a Fire Prevention car 1930

Box 28

0158 Station personnel in front of Station No. 6 1932

Scope and Content Note

Location: 1st and Ontario, opened May 22, 1922; Pictured: Frank McElroy, Jack Reeves, "Choke" Madison, "Hob" Hagens, Ed French, Collins Alexander, Fred Watkins, "Bob" Lewis, Al Boc?, Dave Burdett
Box 28

0159 Nine unidentified personnel sitting on a fire truck ca. 1911

Box 28

0160 Unidentified personnel, Chief Craw, alarm superintendent Clark, and M. Cooper with truck from Engine Co. 1 June 1920

Box 28

0161 Four unidentified personnel sitting on a fire truck ca. 1911

Box 28

0162 Personnel standing in front of a fire station n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Front (L to R): Capt. Hal Eastwood, Eric Hickson, Alvin Boyd, Batt. Ch. Claude Kreider,?, Benny McNally, Charley Miller, Fred Campbell, Huntoon, Floyd Taylor, Capt. Herb Hadsell; Back (L to R): Reynolds, Pop Miller, Jimmy Pinkard, Stromstead, Benny Robertson, Andy Tisnerat, Arnold Bol, Dutch Fritcher, Fred Watkins (identified by H. Redding, 1983)
Box 28

0163 Team from the 19th Annual Men's California State Bowling Tournament 1950s?

Box 29

0283 Unidentified crew member preparing for duty at Recreation Park October 7, 1947

Box 29

0295 Fire Chief Frank S. Sandeman with "Young America!" during fire prevention week October 1957

Box 29

0316 Long Beach Fire Dept personnel 1917

Box 29

0317 Long Beach Fire Dept personnel at the southeast corner of 3rd St. and E. Pacific Ave. 1908

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): front row-Capt. J. B. Taylor, Walter (Mutt) Brightwell, James M. Foster, Divver Robinson, Wm. (Bill) Minter, Wm. (Bill) Halterman, Wm. Cooper, Harry Lucas, Chas (Deke) Williams, George (Irish) Hocking, John Richardson, Mr. Moury; back row-Chief J. E. Shrewsbury, Mr. Townsend, Asst. Chief G. C. Craw
Box 29

0318 1916 Mitchell Chief's car with Chief Shrewsbury driving 1916

Box 29

0321 Fire Dept personnel in front of ladder truck, Pacific at 3rd ca. 1920

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): Wilhite, Chas. Miller, Al Duree (later Chief), Bob Friedell, Emmett Corrigan, Fred Peth, Bob Rife, Harvey Morgan, J. Ray Moon, Capt. R. L. Haskins, G. M. Jewell (died 1938), Asst. Chief J. Taylor
Box 29

0322 Long Beach Fire Dept personnel including Jean Shrewsbury (2nd from left), first chief of the Long Beach Fire Dept ca. 1909

Box 29

0323 Engine 1, Squad 1 June 1920

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): Ray Peterson, Capt. Rieder, Ed Hocking, Jack Thompson, Victor Herbert, Fred Peth, Stanley Ellis, Ted Alstott, Bill Minter, Capt. Lucas; seated on running board: M. M. Cooper, Chief Craw, Alarm Supt. Clark; Rear rank: Tiny Henning, Forney Milton, Jim Moran, Glenn Croy, Front rank: Bill Simms, Lloyde Kinnman, Bill West, Joe Johnston
Box 29

0329 Chief Minter with an unidentified crew displaying Long Beach Fire Dept's first aid equipment before 1933

Box 29

0333 1922 White Squad No. 1, Asst. Chief Ellis, Chief Craw (seated), City Manager Wyndheim (seated) pictured ca. 1922

Box 29

0337 Crew lineup ca. 1930

Scope and Content Note

Pictured front row (L to R): Thompson, Vernon Murray, Henry Mueller, Arne Tollefson, Henry Kerns; 2nd row (L to R): Curt Hakins?, Albert Daw, Irish Hocking, David Joseph, Lt. Obie Obyart, Capt. E. C. Allstot, Lt. Jack Haskell, Meade Harmon; Back row (L to R): Harlem Stiles, Frank Sandeman, Percy Forker, Harold Thornton, Walter Kolb, Hugh Gorbet, Harry Clarke, Ted Markham, Verne Sharpe, Walter Morton
Box 29

0343 Crew in front of a fire station 1936

Box 29

0344 Hose company No. 1 July 4, 1904

Box 30

0346 E. A. Tally, R. T. Thompson, F. H. Mitchell (engineer), and Capt. C. E. Milton in front of engine 2-A (Ahrens-Fox 750) at Station No. 2 September 4, 1939

Box 30

0347 Eng. Mitchell, Russ Thompson, E. Kerny, E. Filian, and A. A. Jones in front of engine no. 2 (1929 Appleton) at Fire Station No. 2 September 4, 1939

Box 30

0348 M.Sams, G.E.Smith, Butch Bullen, A.Archibald, R.Junker, Wm.Putnam, Capt.Alexander, Bat.Ch.B.C.French, and Asst.Ch.Mueller in front of Station No. 2 December 8, 1942

Box 30

0349 Capt. C. E. Milton, F. H. Mitchell (engineer), R. T. Thompson, and E. A. Tally with an Ahrens-Fox 750 in front of Station No. 2 September 4, 1939

Box 30

0351 "Call Men" on a 1907 Ramble Model fire engine at Fire Station No. 3, Anaheim near Linen, pictured Bob Graham, Bob Ohino?, Ed Graham 1907

Scope and Content Note

All men but the driver were "call men" who answered alarms when they heard the fire and were only paid for the fires they fought
Box 30

0352.1-2 Crew on Engine #2 (Rambler) at Station No. 3, Anaheim, west of Atlantic 1907

Box 30

0354 Retirement dinner at Station No. 3 for George Jewell 1934

Scope and Content Note

Pictured: Joe Joseph, George Martin, "Red" Havins, John Ransler, "Duke" Mansfield, Roy Head, Geo. Alday (friend), Harvey Morgan, Jim Foster, "Hap" Park (City Editor, Long Beach Press-Telegram), A. C. Duree, Geo. Wright, Mutt Brightwell, Curtis, Chester Cahoon, Claude Kreider, George Jewell, Al Bradley, J. R. Whitten, Jack Lloyd, Al Schmidt
Box 30

0355 Bat. Chief H. Lucas, Capt. Oscar Morris, Engr. R. Junker, Wm. Schmidt, K. L. Miller, A. Archibald in front of 1929 Appleton at Station No. 2 August 1936

Box 30

0356 Fire Station No. 2 (built 1907) with Bodine and Jewell (driver) 1909

Box 30

0358 Personnel including Lucas, Wright, Bradley, Jewell, Foster in front of Station No. 3 1938

Box 30

0359 Group of personnel in front of a fire station 1929

Scope and Content Note

Front row (L to R): Fisher, Martin, ?, Ed Wilhite; second row: Huntoon, Seelau, Sharp, Mike Jensen, Bert Bartron, Muis, Bob Moore; back row: Dell Davis, B. S. Robinson, Fred Head, Guthrie
Box 30

0360 Unidentified personnel inside a fire station n.d.

Box 30

0361 Front row (L to R): Bill Schmidt, Murphy, Alexander, Ed French, Curt Baker; back row (L to R): Al Schmidt, Maculroy, Schneider, Bert Holloway ca. 1933

Box 30

0363 Unidentified personnel with an Ahrens-Fox at Station No. 2 1924

Box 30

0364 Personnel in front of Station No. 2 on Appleton St. 1920s/1930s

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): Forrest Kneisel, Camp?, England?, Archibald, "Red" Junker (engineer), Fred Mitchell (engineer), ?, Arnold Boe, Fred Campbell, Jerry Harrison
Box 30

0365 A. Boe, Bartron, Tyler, Mitchell, Stiles, Wm. Craig, Robt. Moll in front of Station No. 2 1943

Box 30

0367 Engine Co. No. 2 on their engine ca. 1912

Scope and Content Note

ov: "Geo. E. Hocking"
Box 30

0368 Crew in front of Chemical Co. No. 2 ca. 1915

Box 30

0369 Gary Harrison, A. A. Jones, Fred Mitchell?, Chas. Milton, Ray Junker, Duke Williams on Engine #2 (1929 Appleton) ca. 1939

Box 30

0370 Charles Panter, E. E. Brown, B. McNalley, N. L. Radcliffe, Woolcott, Lothrop, R. L. Miller at Station No. 3, 526 E. Anaheim ca. 1934

Box 30

0371 Retirement dinner for Walter C. ("Mutt") Brightwell at Station No. 3 1936

Scope and Content Note

Bill Head (standing); Stan Shepard, Bob Plumb, Clint Meckley, Harold Maas, Mead Harman, and Bill Clark (seated); Gomer Wilhite (standing right back)
Box 30

0372 B Platoon at Station No. 3, 526 E. Anaheim 1934

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): Bt. Ch. H. Lucas ("Luke"), Gpr. J. R. Whitten ("Junior"), Frm. L. C. Head ("Roy"), Frm. G. Martin ("Rebel"), Frm. J. H. Rensler ("John"), Frm. C. E. Cahoon ("Chet"), Eng. W. C. Brightwell ("Mutt", retired 1936), Capt. A. L. Schmidt ("Al")
Box 30

0374 Unidentified crew in front of fire station 1930s

Box 30

0375 John Murphy, "Mike" Jensen, E. E. Brown, John Rensler, Carl Garlick at Station No. 3, 526 E. Anaheim St. 1930

Box 30

0376 Crew in front of Station No. 3, 526 E. Anaheim St. ca. 1934

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): John Whitten, LeRoy Head, Joseph, Albert Muis, Chet Cahoon, ?, Al Schmidt, Wray Moon, ?, ?, ?, ?, Benny McNally, Harry Clark
Box 30

0377 Capt. B. B. McNally, E. Hickson (engineer), E. E. Brown, R. J. Boge, S. Sheppard in front of Engine 3-A (Ahrens-Fox 750) at Station No. 3 September 4, 1939

Box 30

0384 Operator W. Lee and Battalion Chief A. Bartron in front of Station No. 4, 4th and Loma August 27, 1939

Box 30

0385 M. Harman (engr), W. Lee (operator), U.L. Monroe, W.Haines, A. Allen, Capt.J. Hadsell, Bat.Ch. A. Bartron in front of a Mack 750 Quad at Station No. 4 August 27, 1939

Box 30

0387 Unidentified personnel in front of Station No. 5, Anaheim & Newport 1928

Box 30

0388 Harding, Reeder, Walters, Cronkhite (standing); Foster, Hoy (seated) in front of Station No. 5, Anaheim & Newport 1929

Box 30

0389 Crew in front of Station No. 5 1927

Scope and Content Note

Pictured: Otto Taylor, Bill Head, M. M. Clements, Pat Gorham?, Lieut. Hoy, Lieut. Croy, Kenny Walters, Jim Foster, ?, Foster?, Cliff Lothrop, Alvin Lent, Batt. Ch. Al Bradley (identified by H. Redding, Jan. 1984)
Box 30

0390 Engine Co. No. 5, Joe Johnson (in seat); L to R: O. L. Conoway, Bert Bartran, Oscar Morris 1922

Box 30

0391 Unidentified personnel in front of Station No. 5, Anaheim & Newport 1921

Box 30

0392 Crew in front of Station No. 5 1927

Scope and Content Note

Pictured: Otto Taylor, Bill Head, M. M. Clements, Pat Gorham?, Lieut. Hoy, Lieut. Croy, Kenny Walters, Jim Foster, ?, Foster?, Cliff Lothrop, Alvin Lent, Batt. Ch. Al Bradley (identified by H. Redding, Jan. 1984)
Box 30

0393 Unidentified personnel in front of Station No. 5, Anaheim & Newport 1930

Box 30

0394 Unidentified personnel in front of a Seagrave 750 G.P.M. triple, Station No. 5 1922

Box 30

0397 Crew at Station No. 5, Anaheim & Newport before 1933

Scope and Content Note

Pictured, standing (L to R): A. Lent, F. Kneisel, Capt. G. Croy, R. Harding, G. Carver, P. Gorham, Carl Garlick, Jim Foster; kneeling (L to R): Lt. Paul Hoy, C. Lathrop, W. McGree, K. Walters, W. Head
Box 30

0400 Harding, Reeder, Walters, Cronkhite (standing); Foster, Hoy (seated) in front of Station No. 5, Anaheim & Newport 1929

Box 30

0403 Station No. 6 A Shift : "Bob" Moore ("Bob"), John Murphy ("Murph"), Capt. Floyd Taylor, Henry Brummett ("Hank"), Eng. Nathan Madison ("Choke") 1934

Box 30

0404 Station No. 6 B Platoon October 22, 1939

Scope and Content Note

David F. Burdette, Curtis Baker ("Bake"), Eng. James Pinckard ("Jimmy"), Robt. Lewis, Wirtle Gilman ("Gil"), Opr. John Whitten ("Junior"), Bat. Ch. Harry Lucas ("Luke")
Box 30

0405 H. V. Conaway, R. B. Moore, N. O. Madison (engineer), F. C. McElroy, Capt. G. Conklin in front of an Ahrens-Fox 750 at Station No. 6, 1355 W. 1st St. October 22, 1939

Box 30

0406 H. V. Conaway, R. B. Moore, F. C. McElroy (bot), N. O. Madison (top), Capt. G. Conklin in front of an Ahrens-Fox 750 at Station No. 6, 1355 W. 1st St. October 22, 1939

Box 30

0408 Station No. 6 B Platoon October 22, 1939

Scope and Content Note

David F. Burdette, Curtis Baker ("Bake"), Eng. James Pinckard ("Jimmy"), Robt. Lewis, Wirtle Gilman ("Gil"), Opr. John Whitten ("Junior"), Bat. Ch. Harry Lucas ("Luke")
Box 30

0409 Squad No. 1, B Platoon-"White" : Lt. Jack Hadsell, Karl Bjorkman, Dutch Fritcher, Otto Taylor in front of old Station No. 6 1922

Box 30

0410 Squad No. 1, A Platoon : Lt. Davis, Ben. McNally, Bill Sedan, Fred Watkins 1917

Box 30

0411 Squad No. 1, B Platoon-"White" : Lt. Jack Hadsell, Karl Bjorkman, Dutch Fritcher, Otto Taylor in front of old Station No. 6 1922

Box 30

0412 Squad No. 1, B Platoon : Lt. Jack Hadsell, Karl Bjorkman, Dutch Fritcher, Otto Taylor in front of old Station No. 6 1922

Box 30

0414 Drill at Station No. 6 : Capt. Hal Eastwood, Hugh Gorbet, Wilhem Anitt, Lead Thompson June 10, 1928

Scope and Content Note

photo taken by Dalton
Box 30

0417 Station No. 7, B Platoon, Hill & Linden 1934

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): Bt. Ch. Harry Lucas ("Luke"), Capt. R. J. Campbell, Operator J. R. Whitten ("Junior"), Robt. Plumb, Eng. Wm. West ("Hy"), Arthur Brashear ("Brush"), Perry Forker, Joseph Dunn
Box 30

0418 Crew (including Ray Campbell and Bill "Hi" West) in front of Station No. 7 ca. 1919

Box 30

0419 A. Davis, Hagins, A. L. Voorhees, M. Larson, M. Brown, Wm. Bready in front of Station No. 7 1920s

Box 30

0420 Station No. 7, A Platoon, Hill & Linden 1934

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): Capt. A. Daw ("Limey"), Wm. Bready ("Bill"), Eng. A. L. Voorhees ("Art"), M. W. Larson ("Muggsy"), M. M. Brown ("Brownie"), H. J. Hagens ("Hub")
Box 30

0421 Engine Co. 7 : Arthur Brashear, Paul Forker, Bill Solley, Joe Dunn, Oscar Morris, Walter Mueller, M. Brown, Arthur Voorhees, Clyde Doyal, Bill Craig 1932

Box 30

0422 Engine Co. 7 : Joe Dunn, Paul Forker, Arthur Brashear, Bill Solley, Oscar Morris, Walter Mueller, M. Brown, Clyde Doyal, Arthur Voorhees, Bill Craig 1932

Scope and Content Note

Station no. 7 on Linden, south of Hill, was destroyed in the 1933 earthquake and replaced with the new station at 2295 Elm Ave.
Box 30

0424 Oscar Morris, Art Brashear, Al Voorhees, Tex Toler, Walter Mueller, Styles, Howard Thompson, Bill Solley, Moore, Koontz in front of Station No. 7 ca. 1932

Box 30

0425 Valenzuela, Walter Mueller, Clement, Lucas, Kerns, and 3 unidentified personnel in Station No. 7 December 19, 1941

Box 30

0426 Station No. 7, A Platoon, Hill & Linden 1934

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): Capt. A. Daw ("Limey"), Wm. Bready ("Bill"), Eng. A. L. Voorhees ("Art"), M. W. Larson ("Muggsy"), M. M. Brown ("Brownie"), H. J. Hagens ("Hub")
Box 30

0427 Ambulance with two emergency crew and first aid equipment in front of Station No. 7 1940s

Box 30

0429 Station No. 7, 23rd & Elm, ladder truck and crew in service after 1940

Box 30

0430 Engine Company No. 8 : Karl Bjorkman, Gabby Martan, Art Rowland, Tex Toler 1935

Box 30

0432 Members of Engine Co. No. 8 in costume celebrating 49'er Week in the Belmont Shore district n.d.

Box 30

0433 Combs, Dalton, Holland, Percy Forker, Miller in front of Fire Station No. 9, Broadway and Belmont May 8, 1926

Box 30

0436 Unidentified personnel in front of Old Station No. 9, Broadway & Belmont ca. 1930

Box 30

0437 Personnel in front of Old Station No. 9, Broadway & Belmont ca. 1930

Scope and Content Note

Pictured: J. L. Kennedy ("Jimmy Valentine"), P. T. Holland ("Pug"), S. W. Miller ("Sereno"), James W. Moon ("Jawbone Captain"), Benjamin Bernard McNally ("Jawbone Louie Showtail?"), Lorenzo Antonio Cordova ("Don Pablo Ramseyes"), R. E. Carver ("The Meat Cutter"), Floyd E. Taylor ("Rusty Gus"), J. W. Price ("Michaelangelo"), M.? Johnston (B Platoon), O. L. Sheets ("B Platoon Asshole"), Horace M. Davidson (Platoon B), Anthony Silva ("Platoon B Tony"), William F. Henderson, B. J. Denning, Harold Redding
Box 30

0438 Personnel in front of Old Station No. 9, Broadway & Belmont ca. 1930

Scope and Content Note

Pictured: J. L. Kennedy ("Jimmy Valentine"), P. T. Holland ("Pug"), S. W. Miller ("Sereno"), James W. Moon ("Jawbone Captain"), Benjamin Bernard McNally ("Jawbone Louie Showtail?"), Lorenzo Antonio Cordova ("Don Pablo Ramseyes"), R. E. Carver ("The Meat Cutter"), Floyd E. Taylor ("Rusty Gus"), J. W. Price ("Michaelangelo"), M.? Johnston (B Platoon), O. L. Sheets ("B Platoon Asshole"), Horace M. Davidson (Platoon B), Anthony Silva ("Platoon B Tony"), William F. Henderson, B. J. Denning, Harold Redding
Box 30

0440 Capt.M. Clement, W.R. Arrit, D.C. Joseph (engineer), E.O. Stanton, M.W. Anderson in front of an Ahrens-Fox 750 at Station No. 9, 3917 Long Beach Blvd. March 10, 1940

Box 30

0441 D.C. Joseph (engineer), Capt.M. Clement, E.O. Stanton, unknown, M.W. Anderson, W.R. Arrit in front of an Ahrens-Fox 750 at Station No. 9 March 10, 1940

Scope and Content Note

New Station No. 9, 3917 Long Beach Blvd.
Box 30

0442 Capt. Davis, Dalton, B. Holloway, Schneider, Craig, J. Solley in front of Fire Station No. 10 1936

Box 30

0443 Cap. R.L. Haskins, J.W. Murphy, W.E. Arritt, Fred Jaeke?, Cap. Ernest Steiner, Frank Forker, Don Dimarizo, W.G. Halloway in front of Station No. 10 1930-1933

Scope and Content Note

The concrete façade was blown off the top of the station during the 1933 earthquake
Box 30

0444 Station No. 10, A Shift : Merle Anderson ("Andy"), Bert Holloway, Ted Schneider ("Dynamite"), Eng. Jack Dalton, Capt. Dell Davis 1934

Box 30

0445 Station No. 10, B Platoon 1934

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): Bt. Ch. Harry Lucas ("Luke"), David Joseph ("Joe"), Eng. Forrest Kneisel, Leonard Farrar, Frank Forker ("One Eye"), Capt. Henry Mueller ("Heinie")
Box 30

0446 Station No. 10, B Platoon before 1933

Box 30

0447 D. Voories, T. Schneider, B. Halloway, J. Price (engineer), Capt. C. Miller in front of Engine 10-A (Ahrens-Fox 750) at Station No. 10 March 10, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Station No. 10, 1445 Peterson Ave.
Box 30

0448 B. Halloway, T. Schneider, J. Price (engineer), Capt. C. Miller, D. Voories in front of Engine 10-A (Ahrens-Fox 750) at Station No. 10 March 10, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Station No. 10, 1445 Peterson Ave.
Box 30

0450 Unidentified personnel in front of Fire Station No. 10, 1445 Peterson Ave. 1936

Box 30

0451 Ira Doyal, Leonard Farrar, Archibald, D. C. Joseph, Eng. Hub Hagens in front of Station No. 10 1936

Box 30

0452 Ira Doyal, Leonard Farrar, Archibald, D. C. Joseph, Eng. Hub Hagens in front of Station No. 10 1936

Box 30

0453 Personnel in front of Station No. 11 1931

Scope and Content Note

Front row: Jack McGee, Hank Mann, Mendenhall, Charles Miller, Mike Jensen, Bob Friedell; Back row: K. L. Miller, Avery Doyle, Tisneval, Cronkite
Box 30

0456 Four unidentified personnel in front of a truck at Station No. 11 ca. 1950

Box 30

0457 L. Rafael, A. Tisnerat, Capt. D. Stallings in front of Engine 11-A (Ahrens-Fox 750) at Station No. 11, Market & Dairy October 22, 1939

Box 30

0458 A. Rodinberger, L. Rafael, C. Stanson, E. Cronkite, A. Tisnerat in front of Station No. 11, Market & Dairy October 22, 1939

Box 30

0461 Hank Mann, Jack Stewart, Capt. Doc Thornton, Bill McGree, Forrest Linthirum in front of Station No. 12, 6509 Gundry 1940

Box 30

0465 Engine Co. 12, B Shift : Paul Forker, Leo Severns, Hank Mann, George Stanson in front of Station No. 12, 6509 Gundry September 5, 1939

Box 30

0466 J. L. Solley, E. D. Wilhite, L. A. Green, A. E. Warte, E. W. Cronkite in front of Engine 12-A (Ahrens Fox 750) at Station No. 12, 6509 Gundry October 22, 1939

Box 30

0467 Edwin D. Wilhite (2nd from left) and five unidentified personnel in front of Station No. 12, 6509 Gundry ca. 1936

Box 30

0469 J. L. Solley, A. E. Warte, L. A. Green, E. D. Wilhite, E. W. Cronkite in front of Engine 12-A (Ahrens Fox 750) at Station No. 12, 6509 Gundry October 22, 1939

Box 30

0472 Jim Fordham, Bob Jonse, Russ? Campbell, Tex Elder, Cliff? Taylor in front of Station No. 14 ca. 1950

Box 30

0473 Station No. 14, B Shift : Ed Check, Dick Kallymeyer, Frank Gallagher, Carl Mills, Elmer Davis ca. 1950

Box 30

0475 Harlan Stiles, Red Junker, Capt. Walt Mueller, "Choke" Madison, ? June 4, 1948

Box 30

0489 Unidentified personnel, group portrait ca. 1917

Box 30

0490 Fire department personnel at Station No. 1 ca. 1917

Scope and Content Note

Standing (L to R): Clark?, Del Davis, Al Stephens, "Choke" Madison, Al Muis, George Jewell; seated (L to R): Earl Cronkite, Walter Lee, George Martin, Ben Robison, "Tut" Parker, Tom Burke, "Pop" Miller, Don DiMarzo
Box 30

0491 Four unidentified personnel in front of tents set up after the 1933 earthquake 1933

Box 30

0492 Fire department personnel at Station No. 1 ca. 1917

Scope and Content Note

Standing (L to R): Clark?, Del Davis, Al Stephens, "Choke" Madison, Al Muis, George Jewell; seated (L to R): Earl Cronkite, Walter Lee, George Martin, Ben Robison, "Tut" Parker, Tom Burke, "Pop" Miller, Don DiMarzo
Box 30

0508 Five unidentified personnel and a dog in front of old Station No. 1 1900s

Box 30

0509 Chief Shrewsbury on horse-drawn carriage 1900s

Box 30

0511 Unidentified personnel and two dogs in front of old Station No. 1 1900s

Box 30

0513 Fire department personnel, group portrait n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Back row (L to R): Whiten, Robison, Daw, Sylva, Headly, Cahun, Sheets, Mueler, Bubcanon, Tollifson, Allstot, Kelly, Burke, Ramseyer, ?; front row (L to R): Lee, Dening, ?, ?, Toller, Lent, Kern, Taylor, Box (laying down)
Box 30

0515 Squad 2 stationed at Pan Pacific Exposition : Rafael, Stratton, Watkins, Davis 1928

Box 31

0517 Paul Trayner and Don Tyler at Station No. 5, Anaheim & Newport n.d.

Box 31

0518 Unidentified personnel in front of a fire truck 1941

Box 31

0519 Early unidentified personnel in front of Station old Station No. 1 1900s

Box 31

0526 Unidentified personnel in front of old Station No. 1, group portrait 1910s/1920s

Box 31

0529 Unidentified personnel on horseback 1900s

Box 31

0531 Moss Mickelson? sitting on an window ledge August 30, 1909

Box 31

0532 Moss Mickelson? carrying a person down a ladder August 30, 1909

Box 31

0583 Chief Duree in front of temporary quarters after the 1933 earthquake ca. 1933

Box 31

0737 Squad No. 2 with an Reo ladder truck ca. 1930

Box 31

0738 A. E. Taylor and D. Hadsell with 9 unidentified personnel in bandages 1920s

Box 31

0739 Chief Minter presenting cup to winning Company No. 6 : Lt. French, Wilhite, Martin, McElroy, Al Smith ca. 1926

Scope and Content Note

Photo by Charlie Jones
Box 31

0740 Early unidentified personnel in front of Station old Station No. 1 1900s

Box 31

0741 Five unidentified personnel and a dog in front of old Station No. 1 1900s

Box 31

0742 Unidentified personnel having a meal in a fire station (retirement dinner?) 1920s

Box 31

0743 Six unidentified personnel in front of a lunch counter 1928

Box 31

0744 Seven personnel in front of a battalion chief's car 1930s

Scope and Content Note

Pictured: Asst. Ch. Claude Krieder, Batt. Ch. Buck Buchanan; Raymond Peterson, secretary to chief; Drillmaster Chas (Cyclone) Jones; Batt. Ch. Harry Lucas; Batt. Ch. Alvin C. Bradley; Draughtman Reggie Williams
Box 31

0745 Engine Companies 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 in front of Station No. 1 1921

Scope and Content Note

Pictured, front row (seated): Capt. Krieder, Capt. Reider, Capt. Combs, Capt. Buchanan, Asst. Chief Minter, Asst. Chief Taylor, Commissioner of Public Safety Peek, Chief Craw, Capt. Lucas, Capt. Jewell, Lieutenant Robinson, Capt. Bradley, Capt. Haskins; first row (standing): Ted Alstott, Jack Thompson, Fred Mitchell, Deak Williams Rodenberger, Ray Terhune, Carl Garlic, Bill Clark, Ed Holt, George Kaiser, Walt Mueller, Art Rolland, Joe Nipp, Bert Bartron, Brick Mason, Paul Hoy, Oscar Morris, Hale Eastwood, Harry Clarke, Forney Milton, Groveer Palmer, Bill Holloway, Emmit Corigan, Glenn Croy, Bill West, Joe Johnston, Al Bridges, Ray Peterson, Tiny Henning, Charlie Milton, Dinkey Ward, Jim Foster, Art Brashear, Al Voorhees, Ed Hocking, M. M. Cooper, Lloyd Kinman, Stanley Ellis, Al Du Ree, Ed French, Piccolo Hokins, Wane Bales, Fred Peth, Jim Headley, Porky West; in the tree: Bill Schmidt, Ray Moon, Charlie Miller, Harvey Morgan, Alvin Lent
Box 31

0746 Fire Department personnel standing in front of a vegetable truck at Station No. 1 1918

Scope and Content Note

Pictured (L to R): ?, ?, Chief Clarence Craw, William Minter, Joseph Johnson, William Clark, "Uncle" Joe Mottell, driver, 2 boys, Louis Whealton, James Foster
Box 31

0747 Unidentified personnel in front of a fire station 1920s/1930s

Box 31

0750 Mr. and Mrs. William Minter 1950s/1960s

Box 27

0762 Three unidentified personnel posing with their hats on backwards, one smoking a pipe, one smoking a cigarette and holding flowers before 1930?

Box 27

0763 Unidentified early 20th century Company No. 6 in front of a fire station, one crew member sitting on a horse-drawn hose truck (not LBFD?) 1900s

Box 32

0853 Early 20th century unidentified personnel wearing a helmet, carrying a bugle 1900s

Box 32

0854 Eleven early 20th century unidentified personnel wearing helmets standing in front of a hose cart 1900s

Box 25

1137.1A Unknown firemen-FDC June 9, 1941

Box 25

1137.1B FRCD Pierson, driver 1940?

Box 1

2336.1-4 Lannoy, Frances : portrait January 20, 1948

Box 1

2340.1-2 Bill Shell operating a metal lathe January 27, 1948

Box 2

2406.1-3 Marines with Chief Sandeman May 18, 1948

Box 2

2419.1 Mae, Frances, and Alma at Fire Station No.1 June 16, 1948

Box 2

2459.1-3 Chief London and Chief Sandeman at Fire Department October 5, 1948

Box 2

2474.1-3 Fish trophy, Chief Sandeman November 18, 1948

Box 2

2475.1 Chief Ballard at desk November 18, 1948

Box 2

2514.1-3 Captain McGree at blackboard, Fire Station No. 1 February 15, 1949

Box 25

2613.1 Day-off chart schedule for 1950 December 2, 1949

Box 25

2670.1-3 Albert Hole's discharge papers from the military service September 16, 1945

Box 3

2673.1-4 Penner's 20-year party 1950?

Scope and Content Note

Shop crew
Box 26

2676.10B Traynor and Tyler with a Cherry rescue April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.11B Capt. McNally, E. Hickson (engineer), E.E. Brown, R.J. Boge and S. Sheppard with an Ahrens Fox 750 September 4, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.12B Capt. McNally, E. Hickson (engineer), E.E. Brown, R.J. Boge, and S. Sheppard with an Ahrens Fox 750 September 4, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.13B Operator W. Lee and chief Barton August 27, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.14B M. Harmon (engineer), W. Lee, V.L. Monroe, W. Haines, A. Allen, Capt. Hadsell and Chief Barton with a Mack Pumper 750 August 27, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.15B M. Harmons, W. Lee, V.L. Monroe, W. Haines, A. Allen, Capt. Hadsell and Chief Barton with a Mack Pumper August 27, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.16B P.J. Traynor, D.C.Tyler, P.J .Holland, H. Stiles, H. J. Brummett and Capt. Croy with an Ahrens fox September 4, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.17B Ahrens Fox and crew : H.V. Conaway, R. B. Moore, J.C. McElroy on the bottom, and Modison on top with Capt. Conklin October 22, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.18B Ahrens Fox and crew : Stiles, Brummett, Holland, Capt. Croy, Traynor and Tyler September 4, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based
Box 26

2676.19B Conaway, Moore, Madison, McElroy, and Capt. Conklin with Ahrens Fox October 22, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.1B Operator J.J. Lloyd and assist. Chief C.M. Kreider April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.20B D. Voories, K. Pearsall, M. Brown and J. Jones with Sea-750 October 22, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.21B M. Brown, A. Jones, K. Pearsall and D. Voories with Sea-750 October 22, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.22B Grunest, Harding, Price and Capt. Taylor with Sea-750 December 1, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.23B Cherry rescue, Sea-750 gal. and crew : Seelaw, Nettlehorst, Brown, Capt. Taylor, Grunest, Proce and Harding December 1, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.24B Capt. A. L. Daynes, L. C. McMackin, C. F. Jones and E. A. Carrigan with Ahrens Fox-750 gal. August 27, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.25B L. C. McMackin, C. F. Jones, Capt. A. L. Daynes, and E. A. Corrigan with Ahrens Fox-750 gal. August 27, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.26B Capt. M. Clement, W. R. Arrit, D. C. Joseph (engineer), E. O. Stanton and M. W. Anderson with Ahrens Fox-750 gal. March 10, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.27B D. C. Joseph (engineer), Capt. M. Clement, E. O. Stanton, M. W. Anderson W. R. and Arrit with Ahrens Fox-750 gal. March 10, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.28B D. Voories, J. Schneider, B. Halloway, J. Price (engineer) and Capt. C. Miller with Ahrens Fox-750 gal. March 10, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.29B Ahrens Fox-750 and crew : B. Halloway, J. Schneider, J. Price, Capt. C. Miller and D. Voories March 10, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.2B Line up of firefighters April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based? Crew members: W. Seelaw, W. Johnston, H. Bansamer, S. Sheppard, H. Maas, R. Carver, H. England, Capt. Doyle, Capt. F. Sandeman, L. Cruthchfield, M. Guthrie, F. Parker and C. Lawrence.
Box 26

2676.30-31B L. Rafael, A. Tisnerat and Capt. D. Stallings with Ahrens Fox-750 gal.; A. Tisnerat, L. Rafael and Capt. D. Stallings with Ahrens Fox-750 gal. October 29, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.32-33B Ahrens Fox and Solley, White, Green, Warte, and Cronkite; Ahrens Fox with the same crew October 22, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.3B Line up of firemen with a Cherry rescue in front, Sea 85 and a Mack wagon April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based? Crew members: H. Basamer, W. Johnston, W. Seelaw, S. Sheppard, R. Carver, H. England, Capt. Doyle, H. Maas, C. Lawrence, M. Harrison, M. Guthrie, M. Jensen, J. Kennedy, L. Crutchfield, F. Parker and Capt. Sandeman
Box 26

2676.4B S. Sheppard, C. Lawrence, H. England, H. Maas, R. Carver and Capt. Doyle with a Sea 85 April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.5B M. Harrison, M. Guthrie, J. Kennedy, L. Crutchfield, F. Parker, Capt. Sandeman, and M. Jensen with a Mack wagon April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.6B W. Seelaw, H. Basamer, and W. Johnston with a Cherry rescue April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.7B M. Brown, C. Nettlehorst and W. Seelaw with a Cherry rescue April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.8B Capt. Milton, F.H. Mitchell (engineer), R.J. Thompson and E.A. Tally with Ahrens Fox 750 gal. April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 26

2676.9B E.A. Tally, R. J. Thompson, F.H. Mitchell and Capt. Milton with Ahrens Fox 750 gal. April 7, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Nitrate based?
Box 3

2704.1 Dinner party December 12, 1950

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 3

2729.1-5 Fire Chiefs meeting at the Lafayette Hotel January 19, 1951

Box 4

2740.1-6 Alarm dispatchers February 22, 1951

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 4

2742.1 Drill School personnel February 27, 1951

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew members
Box 4

2746.1-13 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Station No.1 March 1951?

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 4

2750.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 2 March 1951?

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 4

2751.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 7 March 1951?

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew; one neg. turned yellow
Box 4

2753.1-7 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 5 March 26, 1951

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 4

2754.1 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 4 March 26, 1951

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 4

2755.1-4 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 3 March 26, 1951

Box 4

2772.1-2 Long beach Fire Department Personnel at Fire Station No.10 April 2, 1951

Box 4

2779.1-2A Arkle Bevis at shop April 1951

Scope and Content Note

Retirement
Box 4

2784.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 11 April12, 1951

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 4

2785.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 9 April12, 1951

Box 4

2787.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 8 April 16, 1951

Box 4

2793.1 Chief Odette : portrait April 18, 1951

Box 4

2798.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 6 April 22, 1951

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 4

2801.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Station No. 12 May 9, 1951

Box 4

2802.1-4 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 14 May 9, 1951

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified crew
Box 4

2807.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 17 (Capt. Nettlehorst, Eng. Lane, Headly, Smith, and Fishback) May 18, 1951

Box 4

2808.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at Fire Station No. 16; First Long Beach City Ford at airport May 18, 1951

Box 4

2812.1-2 Long Beach Fire Department personnel at