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This was the fire station in use in Dinuba, CA, being brand new in 1922.. It was located at the corner of East Tulare and North I Streets. It included sleeping quarters for 10 men, a kitchenette, dining room, club rooms, recreation rooms, showers, baths and lockers. It initially housed the new fire engine, the latest model Stutz, 750 gallon, carrying 1200 feet of 2.5-inch hose and 150 feet of 1-inch hose. It also housed a Ford truck carrying a 70-gallon chemical suppply and 100 feet of chemical hose. (Photo courtesy of Joanne Andrews)