Youngstown Fire Themed Postcards
1908 Webb 'Squirreltail' Automotive Engine Company No. 8 (Colorized)
The 1908 Webb was Youngstown's first piece of motorized apparatus.
1908 Webb 'Squirreltail' Automotive Engine Company No. 8 (Photo post card)
The 1908 Webb was Youngtown's first piece of motorized apparatus. Postcard front and back.
Headquarters and Station No. 7 (Youngstown Telegram Post Card)
The Youngstown Telegram Newspaper put out a series of postcards featuring 16 different subjects. The architect's drawing for Station No. 7 was used on this postcard which possibly dates the postcard to 1906-07.
Central Fire Station and Knights of Columbus Building
Colorized postcard of the Central Fire Station and Knights of Columbus building. The apparatus in the postcard are all motorized dating it after 1914. The postcard was produced by the H.H. Hamm Company of Toledo, Ohio.
Central Fire Department
This colorized postcard of the Central Fire Station shows horse drawn equipment and the city's second piece of motorized apparatus (Motorized Auto No. 9 on the far right). The postcard photo dates around 1909-1910. It first appeared in the 1910 YFD History book.
South Hazel Street Youngstown, Ohio
This black and white postcard shows the Central Fire Station building on the right side of South Hazel Street.
Republic Solid Motor Tires, Republic Rubber Convention Postcard
This postcard was produced for the International Association of Fire Engineers' Convention held in Syracuse, NY August 22-26, 1910. The photo used was of Motorized Auto No. 9 which was purchased in 1909 and housed at Central Station.