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Reilly, William1017 views(click photo to enlarge)
Photo from David Reilly
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Kinsella, Arthur831 viewsNewark Fireman from 1918 to 1938
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615 viewsClick on image to enlarge

Photo from Mary Heaton
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1880s689 viewsPhoto from Jule Spohn55555
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Rescue800 views55555
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Van Houton, James E.1321 viewsAsst. Fire Chief55555
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Andy Masterson (4th from left) ~1926

Photo from Bat Masterson
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Photo from Mary Heaton
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Rescue with Stanley Kossup1030 views55555
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1874 Map503 views35 Astor Street & Sherman Avenue 55555
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599 viewsBack Row - James Dolan, Captain Greeley, William Olvaney, Henry Keiswetter & Bob Indergrund
Front Row - Peter Barone & Teddy Smith
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Fire Helmet706 views55555
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John Tappan's Badge680 views55555
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Jersey Central Railroad Yard Fire1003 views55555
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Marenghi, Vincent979 viewsPhoto from David Reilly55555
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Masterson, Andy930 views~1926

Photo from Bat Masterson
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Hegel, George1344 viewsTruck Company 755555
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Class of 1952500 viewsPhoto from David Reilly55555
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Lynch, Patrick Bio921 viewsFrom Mary Heaton55555
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1880 Annual Parade417 viewsClick on image to enlarge

Photo from Mary Heaton
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1880 Annual Parade433 viewsPhoto from Helen Clayton55555
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471 viewsWilliam Juliano at the wheel
Photo from Bill J.
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Fire Chief's Car556 viewsPhoto from Luke G. Laterza55555
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Rescue with Stanley Kossup918 views55555
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Practicing with the Saftey Net1009 views55555
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Newark Firemen 1950s1339 viewsPhoto from Bill J.44444
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479 viewsPhoto from Bill J.44444
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472 viewsPhoto from Bill J.44444
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Rescue800 views44444
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788 views44444
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Kossup, Stanley1517 viewsFire Director
1960
Photo shows Stanley as a rookie.
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Newark Riots1273 views44444
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1949 Swearing In639 viewsPhoto from Cathy Knapp44444
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413 viewsPhoto from Helen Clayton44444
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Jersey Central Railroad Yard Fire917 views44444
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634 viewsPhoto from Helen Clayton44444
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473 viewsPhoto from Helen Clayton44444
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Murphy interviews Tom429 viewsPhoto from Helen Clayton44444
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The LOD Memorial403 viewsFrom Helen Clayton44444
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Father Forte Blesses the Stone & Plaque357 viewsFrom Helen Clayton44444
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Plaque with Lt. Owens name on left side359 viewsFrom Helen Clayton44444
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Salute to the Fallen Firefighters380 viewsFrom Helen Clayton44444
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471 viewsPhoto from Bill J.44444
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Fireboat610 views44444
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589 views44444
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Newspaper Article618 viewsClick on image to enlarge.
Image from Kevin Olvaney
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Last Alarm - International Fire Fighter844 views44444
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729 views44444
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862 viewsPhoto from Walter O'Neill44444
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863 viewsPhoto from Walter O'Neill44444
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869 viewsPhoto from Walter O'Neill44444
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507 viewsImage from Kevin Olvaney44444
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498 views44444
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Keifrider, Elmer1404 viewsTruck Company 8
1963
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Fire Chief Durando & Assistant van Houten507 viewsImage from Angela Degennaro Lucas


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Hagel, George544 viewsPhoto from Don Treadwell44444
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Hagel, George516 viewsPhoto from Don Treadwell44444
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Hagel, George518 viewsPhoto from Don Treadwell44444
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498 viewsClick on image to enlarge

Photo from Mary Heaton
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On the train platform going to a convention510 viewsClick on image to enlarge

Photo from Mary Heaton
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1880s479 viewsPhoto from Jule Spohn44444
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569 viewsPostcard44444
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Art Metal Works~1905693 viewsFrom "National Newark & Essex Banking Company"44444
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July 7, 1951961 viewsFrom Robert Baptista:
I was living in Elizabeth at the time of the explosion but was too young to recall it now. My online newspaper archive indicates it happened at 1PM July 7, 1951 at the Warren Petroleum Co. 82 acre tank farm on Newark Bay. 125 Propane tanks blew up causing a fire that took six hours to bring under control. Flames shot up hundreds of feet and the smoke was visible to people in Manhattan skyscrapers and on Brooklyn beaches. Heat and a concussion shock wave were felt five miles away. The fire blew up seven rail tankcars on a siding next to Warren. A section of a tankcar flew a half-mile, landing on a gas station which ignited. Seventy-five men were working at the Warren site. Eleven men were injured but no lives were lost. The victims were treated at St. James Hospital. Property damage to Warren Petroleum and nearby plants was estimated at $5 million. Except for a favorable wind, 1.5 million gallons of gasoline stored at the Atlantic Petroleum Co. would have blown up. The cause of the explosion was not immediately known but all possibilites were being investigated including sabotage.
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675 views44444
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Rescue with Stanley Kossup1388 views44444
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Rescue with Stanley Kossup1112 views44444
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Rescue847 views44444
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Rescue828 views44444
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Rescue875 views44444
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Rescue822 views44444
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948 views(l to r) Captain Greeley, Bernie Habig & William Olvaney44444
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Commendation645 views44444
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Rescue747 views44444
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Brotherhood Award674 views44444
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Commendation618 views44444
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