Whitby Fire Department Members with Fire Engines


Description
Creator:
Marjorie G. Ruddy, Photographer
Media Type:
Image
Item Types:
Negatives
Photographs
Description:
Black and white negative of members of the Whitby Fire Department standing with three fire engines in front of Town Hall. The trucks in this photograph are a 1946 GMC Pumper (left), a 1926 Godferson Pumper (centre), and a 1926 Chevrolet Chemical truck (right).
Inscriptions:
Handwritten underneath the image: 'Whitby Fire Dept 1947/Back row: M. Moore, W. Mowat, J. Wilson, L. Wilkinson, H. Bates, B. Heard, W. Sawdon/Front row: V. Johnson, G. Brown, W. Heard, H. Watson, W. Brinning, S. Watson, B. Corner, L. Northam, W. Watson, T. Semple/1946 GMC Pumper/1926 Godferson Pumper/1926 Chevrolet Chemical'
Date of Original:
1947
Date Of Event:
1947
Image Dimensions:
Image Width: 12cm
Image Height: 10cm
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
08-005-009
Collection:
Whitby Online Historic Images Collection
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.878592817348 Longitude: -78.9412307739258
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian copyright law. No restrictions on use.
Recommended Citation:
Whitby Archives
Reproduction Notes:
Scanned from copy negative.
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Whitby Public Library
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Whitby Fire Department Members with Fire Engines
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Whitby Fire Department Members with Fire Engines


Black and white negative of members of the Whitby Fire Department standing with three fire engines in front of Town Hall. The trucks in this photograph are a 1946 GMC Pumper (left), a 1926 Godferson Pumper (centre), and a 1926 Chevrolet Chemical truck (right).