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Tlh® 3®t]h AMNIYEESAEY
AND AHNUAIL FIEE EODK
of the YETERAM FIREMEN'S
ASSOCIATION o/ SAN
^ -» FEANCISCO, Im®, -» ->



I Published by



Veteran Firetnen*s Association of
San Francisco, Inc.



J~ August Fourth, Nineteen T
[y-nine J*



!_ Hundred Twenty




Reo Meets Every Emergency Need



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PLEASURE CARS

from ^1,395 up

SPEEDWAGONS

Vz-ton to 3-ton, from ^995 up



EVERY FIREMAN KNOWS THE FIRST
REQUIREMENT OF THE SERVICE !—

Acceleratioii-Speed-Safety

Easy Handling-Dependability

Low Up-Keep and above all

ENDURANCE

Such is the formula to which Reo Flying Clouds and
Speed Wagons are bvilt. And such is the explanation
of Reo's whole successful history. No other American
car lasts as long as Reo — Not one!

REO MOTOR CAR COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA



1100 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco



mmmmm'mmmm ^..AM/i m



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Roosevelt Eight

The JVorld's first

Straight- Eight Under $1000

The M^orld's ENDURANCE CHAMPION



440 hours and 40 minutes
of continuous non-stop
running established the
Roo5ei;eIt as The World's
Endurance Champion.

This record, mdde by a strictly stoc\ sedan, was, under the
olficialsupertiision o/TheAmericiin Automobile A.fsociation



Duplicates of the R e c o r d - Breaking
ROOSEFELT ate on display al our sales-
rooms. Jf'e will he pleased to demonstrate
the qualities udiich made this record

possible.

Butler-'Veitch



Distributor for Northern California

1101 Van Ness Avenue

San Francisco



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James Rolph, Jr.

Mayor of San Francisco
Honorary AI ember Feteran Firemen's Association





Established 1883






W. A. HALSTED, Pres.




WM.


C. HAMMERSMITH, Vice*
The Old Firm


Pres.


H


alsted & C

Funeral Directors
1123 SUTTER ST.

ORdway 3000


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NO BRANCHES





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Hox. William A. Shermax

President

Board of Fire Commissioners

San Francisco






TRUST BUICK TO
HOLD TRUE TO BUICK TRADITIONS




The brilliant record of the Buick Motor Company during
the past quarter of a century is the pride of inotordom.
But the builders of Buick and the new Marquette hold ever-
lastingly true to their policy of progress. They will continue
to press onward to still greater heights of service.



The ideal ot Perfection — thefinesttjoal
anv man or group of men may seek. —
is the goal of the builders of Buick and
Marquette automobiles.

No other goal will do. All others
imply an end of effort. And to Buick
craftsmen, as to leaders in everv field
of endeavor, each new achie\ement
marks a tresh beginning.

Progress — the guiding spirit of the
Buick organization throughout a
quarter ot a century — remains the
guiding spirit ot this organization
todav.

It does not alter matters that the Buick
Motor Company holds acknowledged
supremacy in fine car manufacture . . .
nor that Buick and Marquette auto-
mobiles set the standard ot value in
tlieir respective fields . . . nor that the



motoring public honors both cars with
the final and unmistakable reward of
buyer preterence.

These tacts bear witness to leadership.
But the leader is a true leader only
when he merges the thought of leader-
ship in the greater thought ot continued
service and advancement.

The builders of Buick and Marquette
will always endeavor to improve upon
their own standards — to build better
and better — to give greater and greater
value, month atter month and year
atter year.

Huick supremacy is more apparent
today than everbeforein Buick history.
Marquette popularity is thrilling
America. And yet Buick-Marquette
progress has only begun'



RUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT, MICHIGAN

Canadian Factories DMm^ ef GtJinal .TUt-r, Builders of

&r/»™;/sn iuick and Marqucne Motor Cars



Canadian Factories ^'

HcLaughlin-Buick, Oshawa, Ont.



WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT
BUICK WILL BUILD THEM




Hon. Alfred Ehk.max

^leniber

Board of Fire Commissioners

San Francisco



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A Million Users



A million motorists are finding that they
need not pay premium prices for fine gaso-
line performance.

VIOLET RAY antiknock

Gasoline . . . today's best motor fuel ... is
sold for the price of ordinary gasoline.

No other gasoline has made new friends so
rapidly, no other has kept its old friends so
firmly attached.



Sold only by authorized independent

dealers, in e\'ery town from

Canada down.




PRODUCT OF GENERAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION OF CALIFORNIA



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Hox. Wm. p. McCabe

Mewber

Board of Fire Commissioners

San Francisco



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Greetings from the
World Champion Car

STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT straight 8

30,000 Miles in 26,326 Minutes.
Nothing on earth ever traveled
so far so fast!



Chester N. Weaver Co.

Van Ness at Bush St. Wea\er- Wells, Oakland




An Association for Motorists



Pacific Coast Automobile Association, inc.

Head Office — San Francisco

OPERATING ALL OVER CALIFORNIA

Congratulations

To the San Francisco Fire Department

Living up to the Finest Traditions

of our own famous slogan —

Protection - — Cooperation ■-""^Assistance Advice




Hox. P. W. Meherix

Member

]oard of Fire Commissioners

San F run CISCO



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An Knvitation

Members of the San Francisco Fire
Department are especially invited to
investigate and make use ot Hastings
Budget Account ser\^ice.
We want you to know the pleasure
and convenience of this plan. It is
practical, dignified, and inducive to
both smarter appearance and
economy.



HASTINGS
Dudget i Ian

This plan was inaugurated four years
ago as a convenience to our custom-
ers. Today it is used by thousands
of men, because it permits clothes to
be purchased without disturbing sav-
ings accounts. When you purchase
a suit and pay only $3 or $4 weekly,
isn't it logical that you take it out of
"pocket money" instead of your bank
account?



Here's How It Figures:

S40 Suits, pay SIO when purchased. S3.00
weekly

^5 Suits, pay JIO when purchased. ?3.50
weekly

S50 Suits, pay SIO when purchased, W.OO
weekly

S5'5 Suits, pay ^15 when purchased, S4.50
«eekly

S60 Suits, pay ^15 when purchased, S4.50
weekly




Since 1854 _

TostatJieamy

SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES



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ZOALITE

FOR THE RELIEF OF PAIN




Infra Red


■iour


Radiation


Indicated


Department




Physician


Sprains,


Will Gladiv


Colds That




Settle in


Guide You.


the Muscles




Lumbago




Bronchitis,




Neuralgia,




and many




Children's




Diseases





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S.AN FRANCISCO
334 Sutter Street

CAKLAND
435 1 9th Street



LOS ANGELES
1203 West Si.-th Street
SAN DIEGO
1037 Seventh Street



Supply
Company



San Francisco



Los Angele



Model O Michigan Fire
Hydrants

Contain advantages that Fire Chiefs are
seeking in this type of equipment

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Accepted by Underwriters

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Secure Catalogues and Prices

Large Pacific Coast Stocks For
Immediate Deli\"erv



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Thomas R. Mlrphv

Chief Enijineer

Sun I- ranrisro Fire Deptirlment

I/onoiiiiY M:i;ier J'elertin I'iienieii's Association



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NOIV RENTING
BUICK"PONTIAC"-CHEVROLET

You DriV'ur'self

It is simple under the Hert: Method. No bond required. Just estahhsh your identity and drive away
the model you select.

It is convenient. At a nearby station you will find ready a fleet of fine cars. You may arrange to
leave the car at our station in another city.

It is fair. Standard published rates protect you. We provide adequate insurance and pay all gas. oil,
and service bills.

It is dependable. Hertz service is nationwide. New standard cars in the finest mechanical condition
are ready day and night to take you anywhere.

Your Phone Book tells you where to find the nearest Station.

HERTZ

PR ospect ' ' ^

1000 for STATIONS

All ^faf-Jr«nc coxtrolleij by the yellow truck

r-%.11 iJldliUilS ^,y£, COACH MFC. CO. .J SLBSIDL^RY OF

CEXER.IL MOTORS CORPOR.iTIOS



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.N 1862, when Captain Willia.m Holdredgc planned the organ-
ization of a stock fire insurance company in California, it was pro-
posed that the local fire departments be taken into partnership.
This feature of the plan was abandoned but the name — Fireman's
Fund Insurance Company — was retained. With this background
it is not strange that the Company always has been deeply inter-
ested in the Fire Protection Service. The Fireman's Fund has advo-
cated for many years and will continue to advocate liberal support
of fire departments and especially adequate personnel and the best
and most modern equipment that money can buy.

FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY



ASSISTANT CHIEFS

San Francisco Fire Department



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THOMAS J. MURPHY
First Assiitanl Chief



ALBERT J. SULLIVAN

First Assistant Chief





CHARLES J. BRENNAN

SeionJ Assistant Chief



MARTIN J. KEARNS
SeionJ Assistant Chief



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Howard F. Smith



Enjoys the reputation of San Francisco's "Leading"
Tire Store Because:

They distribute the GENERAL Cord Tire, the most
economical tire to use.

They have the G. T. A. C. plan, which enables you
to buy on the budget system.

They invariably have large stocks of original equip-
ment tires at bargain prices taken in and exchanged
for GENERALS.

Your patronage is solicited

HOWARD F. SMITH & CO.

San Francisco's Leading Tire Store

Phone HEmlock 1127

1547 Mission Street at Van Ness



"Fomon-Fire Out"



AMERICAN FOMON COMPANY

VC'. E. B.^LCOM, Pacific Coast Agent
315 Montgomery Street San Francsco



DON'T LET FIRE STOP
YOUR BUSINESS

With so many fire hazards existing, no owner can
afford to be without proper fire protection
PYRENE equipment gives that protection



Approved by
Underwriters*
Laboratoiies, Inc.
Associated Factory
Mutuals
U. S. Steamboat
Inspection Service



PHOMENE Extinguishers (foam type) IVi. gallon,
10 gallon and 40 gallon (wheel type). The larger
sizes are particularly recommended for highly flam-
mable' liquid fires of all kinds. We make a type for
every hazard.

Pyrene Manufacturing Co.

San Francisco California




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CLOW GASTEAM VENTED
RADIATORS

For (he Smallest Room or the Largest Building



Automatic Steam Heat

Ideal for apartments, flats, stores, etc.



CLOW GASTEAM HEATING CO.

354 Hobart St. 571 Mission St. 123 S. Third St.

Oakland San Francisco San Jose




Frank P. Kelly

Fire Marshal

Member of Veteran Firemen's Association

of San Francisco



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4840 MISSION STREET

Phone DE laware 0161



649 GREEN STREET

Phone DO uglas 062-




Service

backed by experience
and equipment —



Service

rendered with the
object of maintaining
a reputation



The POIVER of a MIGHTY ENGINE

The Style of a Fashion Leader!!






Concealed beneath the hood of the new style Willis-
Knight 70-B is the patented double sleeve valve motor, fam-



.1-.



ous for smoothness, silence and easily sustained high speed. ^X j
Those who drive Knight engined cars enjoy freedom from 'r^C

A demonstration of the new style 70-B will give you a



unnecessary repairs and carbon annoyances.

A demonstration of the new style 70-B ^
new and advanced idea of motor values and performance.



J. W. Leavitt &' Co.



1414 VAN NESS AVE



780 VALENCIA ST.



GR aystone 8600






RUDOLPH SCHUBERT
Fire Commissioner's Office



JOHN J. KENNY
Ballalion Chief




BATTALION CfflEFS

SAN FRANCISCO
FIRE DEPARTMENT




JOHN F. KEARNEY
Ballalion Chief



DENNIS J. ODONNELL
Ballalion Chief






EUGENE RIORDAN
Battalion Chief



EDWARD ONEIL
Battalion Chief



JAMES L. SHANNAHAN
Battalion Chief



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Established 1889
Resources over ? 13,000,000.00



on Savings /

California Mutual
B17IZ.OXNC C I,OA.T*
A.S S OCIA.'IXOn

Ground Floor Hunter-Dulin Bldg.
Cor. Montgomery and Sutter "



JOSEPH PESCHIERA, Prop. ORLANDO PESCHIERA, Mgr.

ROMA BAKING COMPANY



2080-2086 Greenwich St.

Sanitary, Modern

Up-To-Date

Plant

Large Producers of
French and Italian Bread




Phone WE St 5274

Raisin and Whole

Wheat Bread.

Sanitary Wrapped

White Bread, Rolls, Etc.

We Deliver to Homes in all
parts of the City



Compliments of



Senator Tallant Tubbs






FRANK CAREW

Ballal'wn Chief



EDWARD SKELLV

Ballalion Chirf



ALFRED DAVIS

Ballalion Chirf




BATTALION CHIEFS

SAN FRANCISCO
FIRE DEPARTMENT




ALLAN' NL\TLOCK
Ballalion Chirf



TIMOIHV O CONNER
Ballalion Chirf






F. J. BOWLEN

Ballalion Chirf



IIFXRV REID
Ballalion Chirf



JOHN (.;A\ IN
Ballalion Chirf




MORE THAN A CENTURY OF SERNTCE



What is Good Will?



"Good Wilt is the disposition of a pie.
return to the place ivhere he has bet



sed customer t(.
I li-ell treated.'



That IS the Supreme Court's definition. But good will goes
deeper than mere satisfaction over a business deal.
We of the "Good Old AETNA" believe that the good will
voiced for our AETNA by American agents, by the public,
and by our competitors ... is the fruit of human friendli-
ness as well as a result of playing square with everyone ever
since the AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY was incor-
porated . . in 1819.






AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY

PACIFIC DEPARTMENT

219-221 Sansome Street San Francisco. Calif.

F. H. RHOADS, Manager



The men of the Fire Department have only to follow its traditions

to make sure that we will always have in San Francisco one of the

finest departments in the world.



BOARD OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS
OF THE PACIFIC

Merchants' Exchange Building
SAN FRANCISCO



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CEORGE NISSON
Battalion Chief




J. A. Mll.LAl.LV
Battalion Cliirf




HENRY Cl'LL

Battalion Chief



BATTALION CHIErS

SAN FKANCISCO
TIME DEPARTMENT




EDWARD COMBER
Battalion Chief




ALFRED J. llALLI
Battalion Chief



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All brick in Engine House No. 19, recently completed at Third & Merrimac Streets, furnished

by Port Costa Brick Works

PORT COSTA BRICK WORKS



COMMON BRICK
6th and Berry Street



Manufacturers and Distributors of

SELECT COMMON BRICK

MArket 2437



HOLLOW BUILDING TILE

San Francisco, Calif.



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MA rket 0154



PA cific 0161



McAvoy, O'Hara & Company

Funeral Directors




MR. D. J. O'HARA. Manager



2051 MARKET STREET



4450 GEARY STREET






Veteran Firemen s Association of
San Francisco



The Veteran Firemen's Association, Inc., of San Fran-
cisco, sprang into existence November 30, 1898, with
about fifteen members, who organized by the selection
of temporary officers — President, Samuel McDowell;
Vice-President, Thomas Saw>'er; Secretary, W. G. Cue;
Treasurer, Pat Fleming.

The first regular meeting was held January 25, 1899,
in the hall of Exempt Fire Company, Brenham Place,
and elected the following permanent officers:

President, Geo. W. Kennard; First Vice-President,
Richard Cox; Second Vice-President, Thos. R. Carew;
Recording Secretary, W. G. Cue: Financial Secretary,
Jas. B. Barber; Treasurer, Fred C. Hensley; Marshal, J.
T. Bonifield.



Board of Directors— Chairman, J. J. Mahoney; A. B.
Truman, James Grady, Samuel McDowell, J. W. Kentzel,

M. M. Baker, and Thomas Sawyer.

The Charter Roll was closed May 2, 1899, with thirty
members; the Association incorporated June 10, 1899;
the Association today, August 1, 1929, has a member-
ship of 642.

"Heroism is the self-devotion of genius manifesting
itself in action." — Hare.

"Theirs not to reason why.

Theirs but to do or die." — Tennyson.



Object of the Association



The purpose of this Association is to promote and cul-
tivate social intercourse, keep alive old friendships among
comrades who have fought fires together and to create
and maintain a fund out of which to pay one hundred
dollars ($100.00) toward the funeral expenses of de-
ceased comrades. The benevolent side of this purpose
is most worthy and its social side is no less meritorious.
A large number of the Association's members are today
in active service in the City Fire Department. To belong
to the Association it is required that the members shall
have served at least five consecutive years in the paid
Fire Department of this city, or at any time between



1S66 and 1SS6. The membership also includes many
who were present and worked to preserve property and
lives in the big fires that are recorded in San Francisco's
history. When the history of our veteran firemen is
written in detail every man will be proud to think he
belongs to the organization.

In the annals of San Francisco, no chapters are more
interesting than those relating to the firemen. Their
brave work in the various fires that have threatened the
city's destruction can never be forgotten. The firemen
today are doing in the course of their daily duty work
that tanks among the heroic deeds of the contur>-.



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RAY

AUTOMATIC OIL BURNERS

Heat the smallest cottage or the largest Office

Building with the same dependable

economical efficiency



Over 50,000 in daily
use all over the world



Sales and Service offices in all
principal Cities of the U. S.



W. S. RAY MANUFACTURING CO.

17{l SITTER ST.



Ne-w- 1929 Model

"INDIAN'

Knapsack Type Fire Pump




HEAVY

BRASS

PUMP

5 GALLON

TANK

WITH LARGE

BRASS

STRAINER

AND BRASS

COVER



Read what An Experienced Fii

"I have just received
'INDIAaN' Fire Pump.



USE WATER
ONLY



NO CHEMICALS



Says:
bing your Smith



"Pernut me
dian Pumps 3
value to us.

"Shortly afi
had a grass fii
the city. A h«



say that we already have two of these In-
nd that they have proved of extraordinary



r acquiring these 'Indian' pack pumps we
suddenly menace a whole neighborhood in
vy growth of grass became afire and tbs lo-
cation was such that we would have had to lay perhaps two
or three thousand feet of hose from the nearest hydrant to
reach the fire. However, with our two Indian pumps, which
we refilled from garden hydrants in the neighborhood, we
succeeded in overcoming the fire without laying a single
section of hose. I attribute this success as well as others di-
rectly to the portability of the Indian and its functioning at
all times."

Cordially yours,
(Signed) MILES D. COGHLIN.

Chief of Nevada City Fire Department.

Fire Protection Engineering Co.

C. T. CLIFFORD, General Manager

369 Pine Street San Francisco, Calif.

Phone DO uglas 2880



Idemnity
Insurance Company

of North America
CASUALTY- SURETY



Pacific Coast Department:

206 Sansome St., San Francisco

R. W. FORSYTH, M.gr.
City Office:

204 Sansome Street

Telephone DA venport 8320



OrnCERS OF the veteran FffiEMEN'S ASSOCIATION





LIEIT. FRED SHADE
firsl I'ne-PresiJrnl



CAPT. CHAS. CCLLEN
Retired
President




HENRY F. HORN

Retired

Second yice-PresidenI




RICHARD J. COl'RTIER. PP
Treasurer




Past Presidents

SAMIEL BAKER

RICHARD COX

JOHN S. FARLEY

A. C. McKENZIE

CHAS. F. HEALEY

D. J. HARRISON

RICHARD J. COIRTIER

H. A. TRICOr

P. F. DUGAN

J. H. BROPHY

\V. J. KENEALEY

JOHN J. CAIN

VV. H. BROWN



Past Presidents Deceased
G. W. KENNARD

SAMCEL McDowell

W. H. WILLIAMS

E. L. GIBSON

W. A. PEAKE

J. E. BRITT

F. C. HENSLEY

JAMES H. DEVER

ALFRED LEAF

PHILIP J. DIEZ

FRANK NICHOLS

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CAPTAIN D. J. HARRISON. PP

Retired

Financial Setretary



CHAS. REINFELD

Retired

Marshal and Suferinlemienl of Hall



Officers— 1929

Chas. Cullen President

Fred Shade /// Fiee-President

Henry F. Horn 2nd fire-President

R. J. Courtier Treasurer

V>. J. Harrison fin. Se,. 3 Coll.

Chas. S. Reinfei.d.

Marshal and Supi. of Hall
John Farley Recording Secretary




JUH.S FARLEY. P.P.

Retired

Recording Secretary



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MUNICIPAL EMPLOYES



NOTICE



All municipal employes will receive the wholesale

price on sporting equipment bought from the

California Arms Company.



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Arms, Ammunition, Flashlights and Batteries



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CALIFORNIA ARMS CO.



223 11th Street



Phone GA rfield 6486



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HALE BROS.fcMISSION

Mission Street Near Twenty-Second



Our merchandise is in popular
demand. It is stylish, service'
able and moderately priced.
You owe it to your self to se-
lect the best that your money
will buy. It is smart to be sty-
lish and it is wise to be thrifty
.... make this your store.



Building
Maintenance



Window Cleaning and Janitor
Service



Office Buildings, Banks, Hotels

Hospitals. Unlimited Insurance

Protection



Janitor Supplies — Telephone:
FR anklin 5621



A. CROSETTI BRO. 8C CO.




574 Eddy Street



San Francisco



FOX THEATRE

A Palace of Splendor Beyond the Dreams
of Beauty — Presentim/ Proi/rams that
^latch the Setting.

The best in Screen fare . . . Fo.x and Mctro-Goldwyn-
Mayer Productions shown — Fanchon and Marco ideas
— Programs unique in San Francisco.

The world's largest organ with a console in the lobby
to entertain those waiting.

Open From Noon to JMidnii/ht



[email protected]



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ALFRED FLORANCE

Retired

Engine Co. 24



DIRECTORS OF THE

VETERAN FIREMEN'S

ASSOCIATION

1929





SAMUEL BAKER



WILLIAM H. BROWN
Chairman




ARCHIE JENSEN

Retired

Engine Co. 27



JOHN FARLEY



Photos by Htrtiool!




LIEUT. HARRY A. TRICOU

Retired

Engine Co. 21



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For full - time
comfort while
. . on duty . .

WERNER'S
NOT- A- CORN

" — the shoe of absolute
comfort — "

Black or Tan
Calf .... ask
to see a pair

$10 to $11.50
FRANK WERNER CO.



MENS SHOP



874 Market Street



26 Powell



There Is

No"OfF^Season"
for Cunarders

Is it because they continue to clip their own records
in the famous manner of big Cunarders ... or be-
cause their service, social life, their restaurants, have
acquired a reverberating reputation . . .?

The fastest service to France and England . . .Cunard
means the shortest bridge across the Atlantic to im-
portant people in a hurry . . . travelers who demand
additional speed . . . the maximum of smoothness . . .

indisputable luxury.



See Your Local Agent or

CUNARD LINE

501 Market Street San Francisco



Kre, Earthquake, Automobile, Use and Occupancy, Rio
Civil Commotion, Explosion, Plate Glass.
Fidelit>* and Surety Bond



INSURANCE



The London 8C Lancashire Insurance Co.. Ltd.
of London, England. Incorporated 1861

Orient Insurance Co. of Hartford. Conn.
Incorporated 1867

Law Union 8C Rock Insurance Co., Ltd.
Of London. Founded 1806

London and Lancashire Indemnity Co. of America

Organized under the laws of the State of New York

Incorporated Januar>', 1915

PACIFIC DEPARTMENT

332 Pine Street, San Francisco. California

WM. W. GILMORE, Manager

J. P. Y.ATES, Resident Manager, Los Angeles

SPECIAL AGENTS

Geo. T. Richmond, San Francisco
Frederick W. Andrews, Los Angeles
R. R. Robertson. Seattle.
Dudley C. Allen. Portland
N. Garder, Denver
C. A. Coffey. Spokane

AUTOMOBILE DEPARTMENT

HOWARD J. TOBIN, Superintendent

SPECIAL AGENT : : LESTER E. STOCK'KIRD



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Edward G. Kenny



^'illiam F. Kenny



D. I. KENNY and SONS
Funeral Home



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Telephone WE st 2645

16.';: Eddy Street
SAN FRANCISCO



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PICNIC COMMTTTEE

VETERAN FIREMEN'S

ASSOCIATION

1929




ErtJENE MULLIGAN
Enaine Co. 42



LIEUT. JOHN ROSE
Enpine Co. 25




JAMES MAHER
Chairman





JAMES R. GAVIN
Engine Co. 10



HARRY ANDERSON
Engine Co. 43



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OPTIMO

ST. FRANCIS

2 For 25c

The finest Vueltas

of the new Crop of

Havana Tobaccos

now beingr used.



EYE STRAIN-HEADACHES

ARE NO FALSE ALARMS!
AVOID— STOP EYE STRAIN

CONSLLT

Dr. WILBUR H ATCHINSON

Optometrist suocesM,r q^. j^gj^^y Rosenblum



SPEaAL RATES TO

FIREMEN

And Their Families




Glasses
Very, Very Reasonable — Including Examination






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Columbia Steel
Corporation

MANUFACTURERS OF STEEL PRODUCTS

CASTINGS — BARS — ANGLES
LIGHT SHAPES — WIRE RODS

WIRE — WIRE NAILS

SHEETS

TIN PLATE

SALES OFFICES:

San Francisco. Calif. Los Angeles, Calif.

Portland, Ore. Phoenix, Ariz.

Salt Lake City, Utah

PLANTS

Pittsburg, Calif. Torrance, Calif.

Portland. Ore. Ironton, Utah



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M. F. BARRETT



Nevil Bros. Van 8C Storage, Inc.
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If You Fail to Get Our Prices, We Both Lose
LIFT VAN SERVICE TO ALL COAST POINTS




PACKING AND SHIPPING
MOVING AND STORING

Phone MI ssion 6337, Day or Night

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Online LibraryVeteran Firemen's Association of San FranciscoThe 30th anniversary and annual fire book of the Veterans Firemen's Association of San Francisco, Inc → online text (page 1 of 17)