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Trunk Hose

Trunk Hose

Bohemia

Hose, Jas - State: Maryland - Year: 1843 - File Number: H23
Hose, Jas - State: Washington - Year: 1843 - File Number: H23
[Portrait of fireman from the Perseverance Hose Company]

[Portrait of fireman from the Perseverance Hose Company]

Photograph shows a three-quarter length portrait of a man wearing fireman's uniform with right hand on a speaker trumpet. Title devised by Library staff. Inscribed in pencil on mount: fireman from the Persevera... more

Library - City Hall & hose tower - Thomasville, Georgia
Hose, Oscar - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Sixth Infantry - West Virginia

Hose, Oscar - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Sixth Infantry - West Virgi...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Volunteer Organizations During the American Civil War

Hose co. no. 1, Juneau [Alaska] Fire Dept.

Hose co. no. 1, Juneau [Alaska] Fire Dept.

Posed on street. Photo coyrighted by Winter & Pond. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Shelf. Fire stations.

Bascus, Hose - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Second Infantry, A - Bo - Louisiana

Bascus, Hose - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Second Infantry, A - Bo - ...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Confederate Organizations

[Marion County] Court Hose, [Salem, Ore.; exterior and surroundings]

[Marion County] Court Hose, [Salem, Ore.; exterior and surroundings]

Photogravure copyrighted by the W.H. Bufghardt Co., Salem. Reference copy may be in County Court Houses of the United States microfiche 133 (E8). This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

First steam fire engine of Carlisle, Pa., owned by the [Goodwill] Hose Company

First steam fire engine of Carlisle, Pa., owned by the [Goodwill] Hose...

Photograph shows steam fire engine sitting in fenced in yard. Title from item.

Royal hose & chemical no. 6--York, Pa., fire department

Royal hose & chemical no. 6--York, Pa., fire department

Stationary fire engine drawn by two horses. J156960 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Simon & Murnane, York, Pa.

Rescue no. 4, hose & chemical - York, Pa., fire department

Rescue no. 4, hose & chemical - York, Pa., fire department

Stationary fire engine drawn by two horses. J156965 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Simon & Murnane, York, Pa.

Royal Hose & turn. nozzle no. 6 - York, Pa., Fire Department

Royal Hose & turn. nozzle no. 6 - York, Pa., Fire Department

Three firemen and dalmatian on fire engine drawn by two horses.

Royal hose & nozzle--York, Pa., fire department

Royal hose & nozzle--York, Pa., fire department

Stationary engine drawn by two horses. J156966 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Simon & Murnane, York, Pa.

Laurel hose reel no. 1--York, Pa., fire department

Laurel hose reel no. 1--York, Pa., fire department

Coiled fire hose on four-wheeled cart. J156957 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Simon & Murnane, York, Pa.

Operation of Bowes Hose Rack, Hose Off, Water Running

Operation of Bowes Hose Rack, Hose Off, Water Running

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Operation of Bowes Hose Rack, Water Turned on and Hose Ready to be Drawn Out

Operation of Bowes Hose Rack, Water Turned on and Hose Ready to be Dra...

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

Drawing water in a captured village

Drawing water in a captured village

Two soldiers trying to get water in the flattened ruins of a village. They appear to be setting up a small mobile pump in the ruins, presumably by a well. They have a horse-drawn water-cart with a large water-d... more

Effect of an incendiary shell

Effect of an incendiary shell

Fire-fighters enter a burning building after an incendiary bombing in France, during World War I. In the photograph a man stands silhouetted in the window of a burning building as he attempts to douse the flame... more

River water having passed through the process, comes out pure into the canvas cistern

River water having passed through the process, comes out pure into the...

Sterilising water stage 2, France, during World War I. This photograph shows the process of water sterilisation. Two hoses appear to be bringing water from a mobile treatment plant behind the lorry. The treated... more

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire College, U.S. Army Training Detachment, Durham, New Hampshire.  Fire hose house.  Feb 21, 1919

Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College - New Hampshire Coll...

Date Taken: 1918 Colleges and Universities - New Hampshire College

"Hose of Luxite" Advertisement for Holeproof Hosiery Co.

"Hose of Luxite" Advertisement for Holeproof Hosiery Co.

Coles Phillips (American, 1880–1927)

Costume Hood & Hose Only
Costume Hood & Hose Only
Costume Hood & Hose Only
Untitled

Untitled

Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

Photograph of Front View of Hose Washing Machine

Photograph of Front View of Hose Washing Machine

Original caption: Front view of "hose washing machine" K. Sedgewick, Supt. Of Blackwell CCC camp, holding the upper brush & pointing to the place where the hose is inserted. Historic Photographs

Submarine Sculpin Lying off the Port Beam of the Salvage Ship Falcon, Assisting with Pumping Operations through a Hose Line
Photograph of Hose Splicing and Patching Machine

Photograph of Hose Splicing and Patching Machine

Original caption: Hose splicing & patching machine made in the Ely warehouse shop by Ben Wiley from plans borrowed from the Canadian-Ontario Forestry Branch. This machine is used to repair fire hose damaged by ... more

Photograph of R. C. Donovan Operating the Hose

Photograph of R. C. Donovan Operating the Hose

Original caption: R. C. Donovan operating the hose crimper in the shop of the Ely Warehouse. This crimping is done on one section of hose before splicing two sections of hose together. Historic Photographs

Photograph of Marine Fire Pump and Hose Unit

Photograph of Marine Fire Pump and Hose Unit

Original caption: Marine fire pump and hose unit, Supervisor's office cache at Cass Lake, Minn. Historic Photographs

The air raid protective services. One of the things an auxiliary fireman must learn is that the hose must be free of kinks before the water is turned on. Proper laying of fire hose is a technique of itself, a technique in which the volunteers must be instructed

The air raid protective services. One of the things an auxiliary firem...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... more

Your wartime duty! Don't waste water Do not use hose for washing your automobile.  Do use water from a pail / / Kerkam.

Your wartime duty! Don't waste water Do not use hose for washing your ...

Poster for The New York City Department of Water Supply, Gas & Electricity for a campaign to conserve water, showing a man washing his car. F.H. La Guardia, Mayor - Department of Water Supply, Gas & Electricity... more

Photograph of Hose Attached to Pump

Photograph of Hose Attached to Pump

Original caption: Hose attached to pump and hose packer ready to start laying first segment. Pack contains 300 ft of hose. Historic Photographs

Firehouse Station No. 4. Washington, D.C. Firemen pull a large hose from the truck and the truck proceeds to the area nearer to the fire. One man stays with the hose and is responsible for attaching it to the nearest fire hydrant. He is called the layout man

Firehouse Station No. 4. Washington, D.C. Firemen pull a large hose fr...

Title and other information from general caption card for nos. 13823-13846 and caption sheet entry. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More... more