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Fire Fighters' Christmas, ca. 1948
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1948
Publication Information
San Bruno Public Library
Contributing Institution
San Bruno Public Library
San Bruno local history photograph collection
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Lomita Park Volunteer Fire Department, with Santa Claus atop the fire engine, ca. 1948.The Department sponsored an annual drive to provide children in the community with Christmas presents. In the photograph are (from L to R): John Ghigo, Rudy Starhia, Ray Tiffany, Charles Schuppe, Loyal Sutton, Harry Hayden. Gift of Harper Petersen.
1 black and white photographic print ; 20 x 25 cm
Fire fighters--California--San Bruno
Community service--California--San Bruno
Holidays--California--San Bruno
San Bruno (Calif.) Fire Department
San Bruno (Calif.)

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