Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
Record of policies 1 to 2031 for the Wilmington Fire Insurance Co. Columns set up across the page document when the insurance began, the number oof the insurance survey, the number of the policy, names of the insured, a description of the property, the amount insured, the rate, the premium, the length of the policy, and when it expired. The firm insured a variety of property, including private homes, whaling vessels, and salt peter owned by the Du Pont Co. that was stored at various places. Property owned by "negroes" and "mulattoes" was so noted. The back of the volume features a register of the assignments of policies kept from 1833 to 1835
Atlanta History Center
This collection contains one company journal kept by the Atlanta Fire Department. The journal was kept in accordance with the rules for maintaining a company journal, spelled out in the front cover of the journal. Items to be recorded in the company journal includes; special duties performed by each member, delinquencies of officers and members, reports transmitted, alarms received, runs made, time of return from alarm, reporting back in service, apparatus out of service, changing hose, sickness of men, tardiness or absence without leave, collisions or other accidents, drills, and receipt of supplies. The journal dates from February 18, 1933 to May 25, 1937
Minnesota Historical Society
Minnesota Historical Society
Reports of fires in Minneapolis, including information on location, causes, extent of damages, names of property owners, amount of insurance coverage, and name of insurance company. The patrol was supported by various insurance companies in the city
Illinois State Library - Gwendolyn Brooks Building
The logbook for the Quincy Fire Department's Station #5 includes a March 28, 1970, entry documenting the funeral for Firefighter Paul Siltman, who died in the line of duty
Illinois State Library - Gwendolyn Brooks Building
The Quincy Fire Department's Record of Fires and Alarms Occurring in the City of Quincy ledger book includes a July 23, 1917, entry documenting the incident in which Firefighter Bernard Kuhlman died in the line of duty
Illinois State Library - Gwendolyn Brooks Building
Although Firefighter Milton Neeley was not mentioned by name, the Cary Fire Protection District made significant policy changes at a meeting two weeks after Neeley's line of duty death in 1953
Utah State Archives and Records Service