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1920s Fire station, Dinuba, Calif
Alta Advocate
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Tulare County Library
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Tulare County Library, Annie R. Mitchell History Room
Tulare County Sesquicentennial Photograph Collection
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This image is being made available for educational and research purposes only, under the Fair Use clause of the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 section 107 U.S.C.) Further questions regarding the image or its use may be directed to the Tulare County Library, 200 W. Oak Ave., Visalia, CA 93291; Phn: 559-713-2700; Fax: 559-737-4586.
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)
SD 0216

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