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engine boiler, and other equipments to make it eflfective.



» Originally the "John ShilUto."



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FIRE COMPANY No. 4.



Sycamore Street, between Seventh and Eighth.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company December i, 1854.



The engine, ** William Dunn,'* in charge of this Company is a second-class,
double-pump, crane-neck engine, built by C. Ahrens & Co., of this city, and is
direct-acting, and weighs 7,200 pounds. The cylinders are 7 inches in diameter
with 8 inches stroke, and the pumps are 4^ inches in diameter with 8 inches
stroke. When working at its full capacity it throws 680 gallons of water per
minute, and was placed in service May i, 1878. The Company is composed of
the following members :



No.


Name.


NaUvily.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Wm. H.Thomaon.


America


Captain


41


No. 12 East Seventh street.


2


Charles C. O'Brien


America


Lieutenant..


45


No. 228 East Sixth street.


:i


Chas. Reyman


America


Engineer


42


No. 310 East Seventh street.


4


D. G. Evans


America


Stoker


36


No. 4711 Wilmer avenue.


7}


Pat. Costello


America


Pipeman »...


34


No. 613 Broadway.


6


Jos. Clark


America


Driver


32


No. 222 Magnolia street.
No. 1501 Harrison avenue.


7


iR. Porter, )
( on probation)


America


Pipeman ~...


:k


M


Chas-McHugh


America


Driver.


30


S. W. cor. Sycamore and Court.



The house is in fair condition. The Company has charge of the following
property : 3 horses, with swinging harness complete ; i hose-wagon, with
1,600 feet 2 »^ - inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch gum .hose, with relief valve
and shut-off nozzle; a stationary heater and automatic connections complete with
engine boiler, and other equipments to make it effective.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 5.



McMicken Avenue, opposite Vine Street.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Stf.am Company July 18, i860.



The engine in charge of this Company, the *'Thos. G. Smith," is a third-
size improved Ahrens crane-neck engine, built by the Ahrens Manufacturing^
Company, of this city, and is double-acting, 6^ inches in diameter of cylinder
and 8 inches stroke, pump 4)4 inches in diameter and 8 inches stroke. When
working at full capacity, making 315 strokes per minute, discharges 597 gallons
of water, and raises steam from cold water in 3^ minutes. It was placed in
service January I, 1891, and weighs 7,000 pounds. The Company is comi>osed
of the following members:



No.


Name.


NaUvity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


E. B. Newman......


America


Oaptain


•39


No. 1912 Race street


2


Chma. Bum^


America


Lieutenant.


51


No. 18 East McMicken avenue.


3


Fred. Reckraan....


Germany


Engineer


38


No. 29 East McMicken avenue.


4


Jas. Stout


America


Stoker


33


Engine-house.


5


John Weber ...


America


Driver.


35


No. 89 McMicken avenue.


6


Henry Meyers


America


Driver .«


52


Englne-houHe.


7


Jofl. Bocklage


America


Pipeman


32


Comer Race and Findlay.


8


E. P. Wuerth


America


PIpeman


32


Engine-house.



The house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the following
property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete; 1 hose-wagon, 1,600 feet
2^ -inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch gum hose, with relief valve and shut-off
nozzle ; a stationary heater and automatic connections complete with engine
boiler, and other equipments to make it effective.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 6.



Corner Pearl and Martin Streets.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company December 22, 1870.



The engine, **J. R. Megruc," in charge of this Company, is a third-size
crane-neck, built by the Ahrens Manufacturing Company, of this city, and is a
double-pump, direct acting engine; cylinders are 6)^ inches in diameter and 8
inches stroke ; pumps 4^^ inches diameter and 8 inches stroke. When working
at full capacity discharges 600 gallons of water per minute, weighs 6,200 pounds,
and was placed in service December 2, 1889. The Company is composed of the
following members :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


PosiUon.


Age.


Residence.


1


A. Flannigan


America


Captain


35


Engine-house.


2


Ben. Teepen


America


Lieutenant.


34


No. 532 East Pearl street


3


B. F. Hayes...


America


Engineer


35


No. 971 Marttn fctreet


4


John B. Ryan


England


Stoker


36


No. 767 Wayne street.


5


Thos. Klely


Ireland


Driver


66


No. 973 Martin street.


6


Al. Doberty


America


Pipeman .....


32


No. 983 Martin street.


7


Chris. Hell


America

America


Pipeman

Driver


81
40


No. 1237 East Third street


8


JohnThurman....


Engine-house.









The house is in bad condition and not fit for an engine-house. The Com-
pany has charge of the following property : 3 horses, with swinging harness
complete; i hose-wagon, with 1,600 feet 2^-inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch
gum hose, with relief valve and shut-off nozzle ; a stationary heater and auto-
matic connections complete with engine boiler, and other equipments to make
it effective. Two extra hose-reels.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 7.



Webster Street, between Main and Sycamore.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company February 25, 1861.



The engine of this Company, "George Weber," is a second-class Latta engine,
built by C. Ahrens & Co., of this city, and is a single reciprocating vertical
engine, 10 inches in diameter of cylinder and 8 inches stroke; double-acting
pump, 6 inches in diameter, 8 inches stroke. When working at full capacity,
at 315 revolutions per minute, discharges 597 gallons of water; weighs 7,230
pounds; and was placed in service May 17, 1875. '^^^ Company is composed of
the following members:



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Besidenoe.


1


P. J. PttToell


England


Captain


45


No. 1341 Main street.


2


George DilliDger.


America


Lieutenant.


34


8. W. cor. Clay and Allison sts.


ft


J. P. Ahrens


Germany....
America


Engineer.....


57


Engine-houie.


4


J. P. Cuff... ^


Stoker.


30


No. 220 Orchard street


5


Anton Kasper


America


Driver


85


Engine-house.


6


J. Punghorst


Ajnerica


Pipeman .....


30


No. 1610 Sycamore street.


7


Jos. Bolan


America


Pipeman «...


31


McGregor av., east of Symmes.


8


Rol>ert Stoat


America


Driver...


29


No. 1332 Main street



This house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the following
property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete ; I hose-wagon, with 1,600
feet 2 >^4nch cotton hose, 100 feet i-ihch gum hose, with relief valve and shut-
off nozzle ; a stationary heater and automatic connections complete with engine
boiler, and other equipments to make it effective.

Extra engine, "A."



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FIRE COMPANY No. 8.



N. W. Corner Laurel and Cutter Streets.



Organizf.d as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company July 17, 1856.



The engine in charge of this Company, "Gustav Tafel," is a second-si/e
new Ahrens crane-neck engine, built by the American Fire Engine Company,
of this city, and is an improved doul)le-pump engine, 8 inches diameter of
cylinder and 8 inches stroke ; pumps are 4^^^ inches diameter, 8 inches stroke.
When working at full capacity, discharges 750 gallons per minute, weighs 7,700
pounds, and was placed in service May 30, 1898. The Company is compose<l
of the following members :



1
No. 1 Name.


Nativity.
America


Position.

Captain

Lieutenant.
Engineer.....


Age.


Residence.


1 A. Kramer


47


Engine-house.
No. 720 Betts street.


2 R. Brofft


America

America


39
43


3 iBadore Miller


No. 709 Laurel street


4 , Ed. Steinigeweg...


America


Stoker


30


No. 1324 Cutter street


5 HennyHuber

6 Wm. Hilsinger


America


Driver


38


No. 535 Clinton street.


America


Pipeman


26


No. 1415 Main street.


7 L. Strieder.


America


Driver


29




8 , J. Bunnemeyer....

1


America


Pipeman


38


Bogine-house.



This house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the following
property : 3 horses, with swinging harness complete; i hose-wagon, with 1,600
feet 2 »/^ -inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch gum hose, with relief valve and
shut-off nozzle ; a stationary heater for engine boiler, with automatic connec-
tions complete, and other equipments to make it eflfective.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 9.



N. W. Corner Fourth Street and Carl Aney.



Organized as Hose Company August 31, 1867.

Organized as Steam Company January 31, 1873.



The engine of this Company, ** Robert M. Archibald,** is a first-size standard
crane-neck Ahrens engine, built by the American Fire Engine Company, weighs
7,500 pounds, and is a double-pump, direct-acting engine; cylinders each y)(
inches in diameter and 8 inches stroke ; pump 4li^ by 8 inches. When working
at full capacity it discharges 900 gallons of water per minute. It was placed in
service July 5, 1892. The Company is composed of the following members:



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.
Captain


Age.


Residence.


1


James Kelley..


America


57


No. 824 West Fourth street.





Clem. Beckman...


America


Lieutenant.


37


No. 678 West Third street.


3


J. J. Bartiett


America


Engineer.....


90


No. 311 Park street.


4 1 W. S. Qraham


America


Stoker


40


No. 745 West Fourth street.


5 i Mat. Donnelly .....


America


Fipeman-...


40


Engine-house.


6 , Ed. Haggerty


America


PIpeman


27


No. 315 Park street.


7 1 Jas. J. Fallon


America


Driver


40


No. 2108 Gladstone uveuuc.


*l


Frank Meyer


America


Driver


36


No. 310 Mill street.



This house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the following
property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete ; I hose-wagon, with 1,650
feet 2|^-inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch gum hose, with relief valve and shut-off
nozzle; a stationary heater and automatic connections with engine boiler, and
other equipments to make it effective.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 10.



Corner Third and Lawrence Streets.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company July 17, 1856.



The engine, "Jas. J. Faran,** in charge of this Company is a second-sixe
new Ahrens crane • neck engine, built by the American Fire Engine Company,
of this city, and is an improved doable-pump engine, 8 inches in diameter of
cylinder and 7 inches stroke ; pumps are 4^ inches in diameter, 7 inches stroke.
When working at full capacity discharges 675 gallons per minute ; weighs 6,675
pounds; and was placed in service December 12, 1893. ^^ ^^ ^^ charge of the
following Company :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Peter O'NelU.


America


Captain


47


Engine-houM.


2


Qeo.Ooleman


America


Lieutenant..


42


No. 625 East Third street


8


Eph. Stewart.


America


Engineer »...


42


No. 426 East Third street


4


Hugh McAvoy -...


America


Stoker


30


No. 249 Pike street


f)


Wm. Qrcve-


America


Pipeman


S4


No. 430 East Third street


6


Dennis Doherty...


America


Driver


39


No. 545 Dandridge street


7


Chas. Delaney ......


America


Pipeman


85


No. 1128 York street


8


Walter Hanlon»...


Ireland..


Driver


50


No. 425 East Third street









The house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the fol-
lowing property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete; I hose-wagon,
with 1,600 feet 2^-inch cotton hose, 100 feet I -inch gum hose, with relief
valve and shut-off nozzle ; a stationary heater and automatic connections with
engine boiler, and other equipments to make it effective.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 11.



Corner Eastern Avenue and Vance Street.



Organized as Hand Company June 9, 1855.

Organized as Steam Company January 27, 1868.



The engine of this Company, "Ocean," is a second-class Latta engine, built
by C. Ahrens & Co., of this city, weighs 7,225 pounds, and is a single recipro-
cating vertical engine, 10 inches in diameter of cylinder and 8 inches stroke ;
double-acting pump, 6 inches in diameter, 8 inches stroke. When working at
full capacity, at 315 revolutions per minute, discharges 597 gallons of water,
raising steam from cold water in 3^ minutes. It was placed in service Septem-
ber I, 1 87 1. The Company is composed of the following members:



No.


Name.


NaUvity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Wm. H. Culver


America




61


No. 2077 Eastern avenue.


2


P. W. Portlui


America


Lieutenant.


41


No. 2205 Eastern avenue.


8


E. M. Clauaen


America


Engineer....


44


No. 2161 Eastern avenue.


4


Walter Stout

C. C. Coddington..


America

America


Stoker


82
40


No. 2K)1 Eastern avenue.


5


Pipeman


No. 2118 Eastern avenue.


6


Thoe. Kelly


America —


Driver .~


36


No. 2112 Eastern avenue.


7


Edw. Leonard


America


Pipeman


42


No. 2110 Eastern avenue.



This house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the follow-
ing property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete; i hose-wagon, with
1,400 feet 2>^-inch cotton hose, 200 feet 2)^-inch gum hose, 100 feet i-inch rubber
hose, with relief valve and shut -off nozzle; a stationary heater and automatic
connections with engine boiler, and other equipments to make it effective. One
extra reel.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 12.



Corner Colerain Avenue and Rachel Street.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company July 17, 1856.



The engine, " Miles Greenwood," of this Company is a second-class Latta en-
gine, built by C. Ahrens & Co., of this city, and is a single reciprocating vertical
engine, 10 inches in diameter of cylinder and 8 inches stroke ; double-acting
pump, 6 inches in diameter and 8 inches stroke. When working at full capacity,
at 315 revolutions per minute, discharges 597 gallons of water, and raises steam
from cold water in 3^ minutes; was placed in service January 15, 1872; weighs
7,200 pounds. The Company is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.


NaUvity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Theodore Moses-


America


Captain


46


Engine-houae.


2


Ed. F. Larkin


America


Engineer.....


47


No. 2954 Colendn avenue.


8


Geo. G. Graf

Edward Roth


America

America


Stoker


37
35


No. 2988 Henshaw avenue.


4


Driver


No. 2950 Colerain avenue.


5


B. Balkenhol


America


Driver


25


No. 991 Hatch street.


6


M. Carroll


England

America


Pipeman

Pipeman


48


No. 2965 Sidney avenue.


7


M. J. Brown


34


No. 2938 Sidney avenue.


8


M. Kammer


America


Pipeman


35


No. 3028 Henshaw avenue.









This house is in good condition. The Company has chaise of the following
property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete.; I hose-wagon, with 1,600
feet 2yi - inch cotton hose, 100 feet I - inch gum hose, with relief valve and
shut-oft' nozzle ; a stationary heater and automatic connections with engine
boiler, and other equipments to make it effective.

Extra engine **B." One extra hose-reel.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 13.



North Side Bank Street, opposite Whiteman.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organizbd as Steam Company October 20, 1858.



The engine in charge of this Company, ** James M. Doherty/' is a third-
size improved Ahrens engine, built by the Ahrens Mannfactaring Co., of this
city, and is double-acting, 6}( inches in diameter of cylinder, 8 inches stroke ;
pamp 4|^ inches in diameter and 8 inches stroke. When working at full
capacity, making 315 strokes per minute, discharges 597 gallons of water, and
raises steam from cold water in 3^ minutes. It was placed in service June 20,
1887, And weighs 6,870 pounds. The Company is composed of the following
members :



No.


Name.


Kattvity.


Position.

. 1

.. Captain

.; Lieutenant..


Age.


Residence.


1


J. A. QroSB


Germany ..


45


No. 2020 Whiteman street.


2


F. 0. 8chi»efer


America....


31


No. 447 Bank street


3


J. J. Donovan


America ...


., Engineer.....


34


No. 445 Bank Ktreet.


4


H. 8choent>erger..


America....


. Stoker


28


No. 2584 West Sixth street.


5


John Orabam


Scotland...


.' Driver


62


Engine-house.


6


H. Benninger


America....


.' Driver «..


32


No. 294 McMicken avenue.


7


<A. Weis. )
( on probation)


America....


.| Pipeman


26


No. 1133 Liberty street.


R


Ed. Smith


America....


.1 Pipeman


41


No. 309 Calhonn street









This house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the follow-
ing property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete; i hose-wagon, with
1,600 feet 2>^-inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch gum hose, with relief valve and
shut-off nozzle ; a stationary heater with automatic connections complete with
engine boiler, and other equipments to make it effective. One extra hose-wagon.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 14.



Fifth Street, between Smith and Mound.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company December i, 1854.



The engine, **A. B. Latta,"* in charge of this Company is an extra first-
class, double • pump, straight • frame Latta engine, built by the Ahrens Manu-
facturing Co., of this city, and is a double pump, direct-acting engine, 8 inches
in diameter of cylinder and 8 inches stroke ; pumps are 5 inches in diameter
and 8 inches stroke. When working at full capacity discharges 900 gallons
of water per minute, weighs ready for service 8,500 pounds, and was placed
in service April i, 1882. The Company is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Chas. Birk„


America

Germany

America

America

America

America

America

America


Captain

Lieutenant.
Engineer....

Stoker

Driver

Driver


42
37
44
35
31
36
32
33


No. 541 Carlisle avenne.


2
3
4


H. Vordenberg. ..

Geo. C. Wisbey

Geo. Cain


No. 1045 Puroell avenue.
No. 510 Smith street.
No. 575 Carlisle avenue


5
ft


(John Gillespie, )
( on probation)

Ben Moreland

Sam'l H. Daniel...
Jas. Hanks..


No. 265 Calhoun street.
No. 297 McMicken avenue.


7
8


Pipeman

Pipeman


Engine-house.

No. 541 West Fifth street









This house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the following
property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete; I hose -wagon, with 50
feet 3-inch cotton hose, 1,650 feet 2>^-inch cotton hose, and 100 feet i-inch gum
hose, with relief valve and shut-off nozzle ; a stationary heater and automatic
connection with engine boiler, and other equipments to make it effective.



•Formerly the "Alfred Gaither."



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FIRE COMPANY No. 15.



Bast Side of Observatory Street, between Pavilion and Hatch.



Organized as Hand Company February i6, 1868.

Organized as Reel Company September i, 1879.



The Company is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.


NaUvlty.


Poeltion.


Ago. Residence.


1
?


J. P. Cunningham

Joa. OhiradeUi

J. F. Romer .........

J. Cahill


Ireland

America

America

America


Lieutenant .
Driver


96
60
58
56


8. W. cor. Pavilion A St. Gregory
No. 951 Paradrome street.


3
4


Pipeman

Pipeman ~...


N. W. cor. Mitchell <& Monastery.
No. 1028 Celestial street.











This house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the following
property : I two-horse hose- wagon complete, with 1,650 feet 2)^-inch cotton hose,
100 feet l-inch gum hose, with relief valve and shut-off nozzle ; 2 horses and
swinging harness complete; and other equipments to make it effective. One
two-horse reel ; i extra one-horse reel.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 16.



Corner of McMiUan and Copeland Streets.



Organized as Steam Company July i, 1870.



The eagine of this Company, ** Edwin Stevens,"* is a third* class Latta
engine, built by the Ahrens Manufacturing Company, of this city, and is a
double-acting pump, direct -acting engine, 63!^ inches in diameter of cylinder
and 8, inches stroke; pump 4^ inches in diameter and 8 inches stroke, and has
a Fox patent self-circulating water tube boiler. When working at full capacity,
at 300 revolutions per minute, discharges 600 'gallons of water per minute. It
was placed in service September 5, 1884, and weighs 6,000 pounds. The Com-
pany is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.*


Nativity.
America


Position.


Age.

58


Residence.


1


John Ridiman


Captain


No. 31 East McMicken avenue.


2


John Hurley


Ireland


Lieutenant.


51


No. 2415 Concord street


3


A. Kreuzlnger.


America


Engineer


51


No. 706 Wayne street.


4


James Dacey


America . ..


Stoker


33


No. 2514 Chatham street


5


Dan. Craven


Ireland


Driver


59


No. 817 TiOcust street


6


Harry R. Miller ...


America


Driver


28


No. 628 Crown street.


7


Cbas. Ooddard


America


Pipeman


35


No. 741 Wayne street


8


C. £. Brockmann..


America


Pipeman . ...


40


No. 652 Crown street



This house is in good condition. The company has charge of the following
property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete ; I hose-wagon, with 1,600
feet 2 j^ - inch cotton hose, 100 feet I -inch gum hose, with relief valve and
shut-off nozzle, a stationary heater and automatic connections complete with
engine boiler, and other equipments to make it effective.



«• Formerly the "Chris. Kiechler.'



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FIRE COMPANY No. 17.



Corner Qerman and Neave Streets.



Organizko as Steam Comtany July 15, 187 1.



The engine of this Company, the "John Mackey, Jr.," is a second-class,
(loul)le-pump, straight -frame engine, built by the Ahrens Manufacturing t'om-
pany, of this city, and is direct-acting, and weighs 7,575 pounds. The cylinders
are y}{ inches in diameter with 8 inches stroke, and the pumps are 4)^ inches
in diameter, 8 inches stroke. When working at full capacity it throws 680
gallons of water per minute. It was placed in service May i, 1883, and is
in charge of the following Company :



No.


Name.
J. Anfdemkamp..


Nativity.


PosiUon.

1


Age.
54


Residence.




America...


.| Captain


No. 2418 West Sixth street.




Samuel Boyd


America ....


.' Lieutenant.


40


No. 6n0 Neave street.




J. Keane


America...


.1 Engineer....


85


No. 2128 St Michael's street.




J. Snabley


America...


.1 Stoker


41


No. 630 Neave street.




W. H. Purnhagen.


America...


. Driver


36


No. 650 Neave street.




W. W. Wagner


America...


1 Driver


61


No. ^524 West Sixth street.




Geo. Marklein


America...


. Pipeman


27


No. 644 State avenue.




iWm. Thinnes, )
i on probation (


America...


. Pipeman


25


No. 2815 Quebec avenue.



This house is in^ood condition. The Comp»any has charge of the following
property: 3 horses, with swinging harness complete t i hose-wagon, with 1,600
feet 2>^-inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch gum hose, with relief valve and shut-
off nozzle ; a stationary heater and automatic connections complete with engine
boiler, and other equipments to make it effective. One extra hose-reel.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 18.



Corner of Eastern Avenue and Scott Street.



Organized as Stea.m Company June 19, 1871.



The engine, **John L. Thompson," of this Company is a third-class Latta
engine, built by C. Ahrens & Co., of this city, and is a single reciprocating



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