Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. This photograph appears with the article, “Rescuer Uses Coat to Save Fireman’s Life,” Los Angeles Times, 8 Sep. 1935: 3. Text from newspaper caption: Gordon Gould, left, who was working in plant on East Fourth street where blast injured two firemen yesterday, and J. H. Eggleston, showing coats he wrapped around Fireman George A. Damron, hurled more than thirty feet, and made human torch by explosion. Text from negative sleeve: 2236—Gordon Gould, J. H. Eggleston, Fire 4 + Anderson 9-7-35. [Stamped:] SEP 26 1935. Handwritten on negative: LtR—Gordon Gould-J.H. Eggleston 9-7-35.
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Fire fighters--California--Los Angeles Gould, Gordon, 1911-1920 Eggleston, J. H