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Photograph was edited for publication purposes; Photograph was reversed in publication. Photograph caption dated April 24, 1959 reads, "Not with this 1887 steam pumper, but with brand new engine, Fire Station 89 at 7063 Laurel Canyon Blvd. is dedicated to serve area between North Hollywood and Sun Valley, previously remote from protection. 'Set to go' are, from left, Capt. Ray Young, Honorary Chief Dennis Day, Chief W. L. Miller and Councilman Everett G. Burkhalter."
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm. Photographic prints
Burkhalter, Everett G.--(Everett Glen),--1897-1975 Day, Dennis,--1916-1988 Miller, William L Fire Station No. 89 (Los Angeles, Calif.) Fire stations--California--North Hollywood (Los Angeles) City council members--California--Los Angeles Singers--United States Television actors and actresses--United States Municipal officials and employees, Honorary--California--North Hollywood (Los Angeles) Fire chiefs--California--Los Angeles Fire fighters--California--Los Angeles Men--California--Los Angeles Fire engines--California--Los Angeles Interiors--California--North Hollywood (Los Angeles) North Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) Group portraits Portrait photographs Valley Times Collection photographs