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Name Golden Fire Department

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Image of 2011.020.080 - Scrapbook

2011.020.080 - Scrapbook

Object list can be found in the front of the three-ring binder. 1) -"Home continues to make history" by Lorraine Wagenbach; The Colorado Transcript September 27, 1983 2) -"Action Center puts people back on feet" by Lorraine Wagenbach; The Colorado Transcript April 16, 1981 3) -"Talking back to clich├ęd vocabulary" by Lorraine Wagenbach; Rocky Mountain News January 17, 1983 -"On Words and Numbers" by Lorraine Wagenbach, 2 pages -Correspondence to Speak Out Editor from Lorraine Wagenbach, July 6, 1982 -Correspondence from Bill Hosokawa of The Denver Post to Lorraine Wagenbach, May 14, 1982 -Correspondence from Lorraine Wagenbach to William Hornby editor of The Denver Post May 7, 1982 4)

Image of 0262 - Painting

0262 - Painting

Large framed oil on canvas painting of William Austin Hamilton Loveland. Portrait is unsigned. The painting appears to consist of oil paint on a primed, 1x1 weave linen canvas, mounted to a simple mortise and tenon stretcher. It is framed with a period frame (est.) of hardwood (cherry or mahogany, est.), carved on the outside raised edge, with a gold-leaf detailed liner.

Image of 2015.005.001 - Newspaper

2015.005.001 - Newspaper

One insert for the Jefferson County Republican newspaper for "Golden Days: Special Edition" dated August 18-19, 1939. This edition commemorates the 80th Birthday of Golden. The pages are orange in color, there is a total of 16 pages. The complete program is on pages 8 and 9.

Image of 2016.029.002 - Mug, Coffee

2016.029.002 - Mug, Coffee

White glass mug with handle, with black and white image of fire truck, "Golden Fire Department" in red lettering, and dates "1879- 1979" in red. Made for the centennial of Golden, Colorado's Fire Department. No maker information.

Image of 2003.004.007 - Print, Photographic

2003.004.007 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of the Golden Fire Department recreating the 1885 Everett Hook and Ladder Company photograph. The current fire fighters are posed in front of Golden Fire Station #1. They are identified as from left: top row: J.J. Risch, Tina Gustafson; middle row: Kevin Ferry, assistant chief Robert Burrell, assistant chief Gerard Lutz, John Bales, chief Jim Hinkle, Jay McCann, Richard Pretz; bottom row: Joe Anderson, Rex Engstrom, Doug Holschbach, captain Kevin Milan, division chief Aaron Giesick, fire marshal Jerry Stricker, and Tad Cogan.

Image of 2005.018.001 - Print, Photographic

2005.018.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of the Golden Fire Department running team. Everyone is wearing tank tops that say Coors across the front, except for Doc Crawford on the left, who's wearing a shirt, tie, and hat. All are identified across the bottom by Paul Reeves. In 1934, the team competed in Central City, Glenwood Springs, Manitou Springs, and Loveland, CO.

Image of 2011.020.009 - Print, Photographic

2011.020.009 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the front of Sam's Inn with various product advertisements in the windows and ""Hi" Smoke Eaters! "V"" painted on the glass. The locals possibly called it Sam's Place. Sam's was located on the east side of Washington Avenue near the Golden Plunge. Hamburgers cost 5 cents. The victory sign in the window possibly recognized Golden's volunteer firemen, called Smoke Eaters. An unidentified woman is standing in the doorway located on the left side of the photograph.

Image of 2011.020.051 - Print, Photographic

2011.020.051 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a cart in an Armistice Day Parade in Golden, Colorado of an unknown year. There are four horses hitched to the front of the cart. The cart is covered in bells and various American flags. The cart is parked on 12th Street in front of the Astor House and Central Station.

Image of 2011.020.060 - Print, Photographic

2011.020.060 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Golden Volunteer Fire Department posed in front of Central Station along with people from the community. The bell tower is located on the right side of the photograph. Two members of the department are holding onto a piece of hose apparatus in the front of the group.

Image of 2011.025.004 - Print, Photographic

2011.025.004 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Golden Fire Department's first motorized truck parked in front of Golden Fire Station Number 1 on 12th Street. The 1919 Model "K" International fire truck was purchased on May 21, 1919. Al Treffeisen is seated behind the wheel and Oscar Goetze is seated on the left. The hood of the engine says Fire Dept. while the side of the truck says Golden. A ladder hangs on the back of the truck along with an ax and fire extinguisher. Golden's Liberty Bell is visible to the left in front of the station. North Table mountain is in the background.

Image of 2011.040.001 - Print, Photographic

2011.040.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photographic print of an unknown man standing in front of a huge snow pile leaning on a snow shovel after the 1913 blizzard in Golden. Immediately to the right is the old City Hall/Fire Station on 12th Street. The building in the background with the sign that says The Imperial is located at 822 12th Street, currently known as the Astor House Museum.

Image of 2011.099.371 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.371 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Golden Fire Department: Loveland Hose Co. 26 firemen standing in a line all wearing uniforms, two men on either end are wearing suits. The uniformed men have dark colored pants and shirts, the shirts have a logo on the front, along with white belts and hats. Telephone poles and wires line the street they are standing on. Dolittle Livery Stable is in the background with a "Breakfast Coffee" advertisement on the side of the building. Castle Rock and South Table Mountain are in the background.

Image of 2011.099.372 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.372 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 20 members of the Golden Fire Department posing in front of the Crawford Hotel on Washington Avenue 1898. Almost everyone is wearing uniforms consisting of unique jackets, caps, and belts. The man standing second to right in the back row is Orpheus Hall. The men are apart of the F. E. Everett Hook and Ladder Co. "Ladies Entrance" is written above the doors in the background.

Image of 2011.099.376 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.376 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Golden Fire Department building that once was City Hall. Fifteen fire fighters are standing around two Model A fire trucks. A Liberty Bell is between the two trucks in front of the building. Numbers beside the men correspond to the list of names on the right side of the photograph. 1. Elmer Rowe; 2. Robert Geary; 3. Henry Richards; 4. George Ellens; 5. Charles Pyle; 6. Merle Graves; 7. James Stevens, Chief; 8. H.V. Crawford, Warden; 9. Fred Jobe; 10. William Webster; 11. Thomas Rowe; 12. William Rowe; 13. Charles Jaycox; 14. M.B. Swena, Asst. Chief; 15. Gary Kerr.

Image of 2011.099.379 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.379 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Golden Fire Department, F. E. Everett Hook and Ladder Co., standing in front of "Central Station" shortly after it was built. Signs above the doorways: "Excelsior Hose" and "F.E.E. Hook & Ladder". All of the men are wearing uniforms. A ladder on a wagon is located behind the men.

Image of 2011.099.486 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.486 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Richard Broad speaking at the dedication ceremony for the Liberty Bell in Golden July 10, 1919. A crowd of several people are standing around the podium listening to the speech. Central Station is decorated with banners and flags in the background.

Image of 2011.099.594 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.594 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Everett Hook and Ladder Company standing in front of a wagon that is decorated. Two unidentified girls are sitting in the wagon. The men have a rope running between their legs.

Image of 2011.099.551 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.551 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the men in the hose cart team pulling the fire wagon on Inspection Day in 1924. A man is running along the side of the team. Several cars are parked along the side of the street. Linder Hardware is located on the Northeast corner of Washington Avenue with the Gem Theater on the Southeast corner. Jefferson County Courthouse is located in the background of the photograph. Written on the bottom of the photograph: May. 16. 1924.

Image of 2011.099.589 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.589 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Inspection Day Parade for the fire department. Parade is along Washington Avenue with store fronts in the background. The Big Red Boot Austin Snodgrass sign is located on the left side of the photograph. An awning with "Prices Always The Lowest" is located in the middle of the photograph.

Image of 2011.099.590 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.590 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Golden Fire Department Hose Cart Team competing in Greeley, Colorado. Seven men are pulling the cart with two men rolling the main hose cart component. They are running down a street with two cars parked along the side of the road. A two story building with trees in the front is located in the background of the photograph.