Massachusetts Historical Society
1 folder.
Records of the Boston Fire Club which formed, "for the purpose of mutual protection against fire." Includes articles of the constitution; member signatures; and copies of minutes kept by secretary Alexander Bliss, 1824-27.
Massachusetts Historical Society
13 boxes.
Correspondence, minutes, treasurers' and other reports, constitution and bylaws, and other records, of an organization based in Boston providing relief to fire victims.
Massachusetts Historical Society
1 folder.
Minutes of the meetings of a committee formed to collect money and distribute it to victims of the 1795 fire in Boston.
Michigan Technological University - J.R. Van Pelt and Opie Library
0.7 cubic feet; 2 manuscript boxes
Collection, 1950-1989, of the Jacobsville Volunteer Fire Department in Jacobsville, Michigan. The fire department ceased operation in the 1980s; this collection includes records from its inception in 1950 through its demise. Includes financial records, minutes, correspondence, and other printed ephemera.
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
1 microfilm reel.
Minute book for the Edinburg Volunteer Fire Department. Company #1 was organized in 1876. Records for company #2 was organized begin in l879.
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
1 folder.
The collection contains the fourth annual report (1886) of the Chief Fire Engineer, Indianapolis Fire Department, by Joseph L. Gasper. It includes lists of equipment, finances, and monthly calls.
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives
18 cu. ft.
These records are the office files of James M. Donovan, Jr., who served as Secretary of the Commission.
Kansas State Historical Society
3 microfilm reels ;
Record of building and other permits issued in the City of Topeka.
Central Queensland University
16 volumes ;
Daily occurrence books for 1894-1902, 1915-1916, 1919, and 1921-1933.
Cleveland Public Library
9 volumes (0.3 linear feet)
The Fire Department records consist of newspaper articles, photographs, annual reports, and 9 volumes, which document meeting minutes, financial expenditures, roll calls, bylaws, and records of fires and alarms.