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Chicago Still & Box Alarm 63rd & Central

Catering company and bar Snorkel, Tower Ladder and numerous other streams
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Chicago 4-11 Hi Rise Fire

Fire on 10 floors
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Chicago 2-11 Fulton and Kenton

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Chicago 2-11 Alarm 4630 S Ashland

Vacant furniture warehouse2 TL and snorkel operatingAlso light wagon operating
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Chicago Still & Box Alarm 2436 W 47th St

Commercial Building..Tower and Snorkel in use
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Chicago 2-11 alarm fire 47th and Prairie

1 sty commercial building..2 TLs and 2 deck guns in use
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Lives in:
Chicago
Department:
Chicago Fire Dept Fire Alarm Office Retired
Title/rank:
Fire Supervisor Retired
Years of public service:
35
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Web site:
http://www.ksc711.smugmug.com

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New Chicago FD History Book!!!

Well it's finally complete!!! I have uploaded the new book to the Blurb website and it's ready to be sold.



An historical photo retrospective of the Chicago Fire Department. The book features several hundred brilliantly restored Kodachrome images of the men, apparatus and fires from the 1950s and 1960s. Also included is historical data, including dates, locations, equipment information, as well as a wealth of interesting facts and anecdotes. This is a must see book of seldom seen… Continue

Posted on September 20, 2010 at 7:30pm

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At 3:36pm on February 2, 2010, Chris Piepenburg said…
Great videos and photos as usual Steve!!
 
 
 

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