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The man pictured is Gordon "Moon" Mullins seen wearing his uniform as an
Honorary Deputy Chief of the FDNY. He was one of the members of the Fire Bell Club of New York which is presently located at 204 East 23rd Street. He was employed for several years prior to his death as a Fire Alarm Dispatcher in the Manhattan Central Office of the FDNY and had badge number 11. The old Nash sedan pictured in some of the photos carried has maltese plate (#13) given to him when he was made an honorary chief officer (first an honorary battalion chief and later promoted to honorary deputy chief). (ref.:
Mand Library at the FDNY Fire Academy)
Gordon "Moon" Mullins
(3x5 roll film negative)
#0261


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Gordon "Moon" Mullins
(3x5 roll film negative)
#0262


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FIRE FIGHTERS PARADE
FLUSHING, N.Y.:- Members of the Fireman's Association of New York State parade through the streets of Flushing August 18. Leading the marchers are (left to right)- Joseph Marshall, Chairman of the convention; Chief John J, McConnell, President of association; Borough President George U. Harvey of Queens, and Fire Commissioner John J. McElligott of New York.
NY CREDIT LINE ACME 8/18/39 (WS)
(4x5 sheet film negative)
#0263


Flushing N.Y.
8/18/39
Appartus in the rear is the huge 1939 Ward La France rescue van of
Rescue 1.

(4x5 sheet film negative)
#0264


517381
FIRE FIGHTERS PARADE
FLUSHING, N.Y.:- Down Main Street parades the Hawthorne (N.Y.) fire department, taking part in the New York State volunteer fireman's celebration, August 18.
CREDIT LINE (ACME) 8/18/39 (WS)
(4x5 sheet film negative)
 #0265


517378
FIRE FIGHTERS PARADE AT FLUSHING
FLUSHING, N.Y.:- Led by a pretty drum majorette, the band plays military music for the Manhasset Fire Department during a parade of the New York State Volunteer Firemen, August 18.
CREDIT LINE (ACME) 8/18/39 (WS)
Severely damaged negative (4x5 sheet film negative)
#0266


Apparatus is a 1930 Seagrave hose wagon
(4x5 sheet film negative)
 #267


(4x5 sheet film negative)
 #268


4 alarm 3/7/43
St Mary's Orthodox Church
127'02-3-Av (?)
(4x5 sheet film negative)
#0269


4 alarm 3/7/43
St Mary's Orthodox Church
127'02-3-Av (?)
(4x5 sheet film negative)
 #0270

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