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Engineer F.L. Morris...returns to his train after emptying his fire extinguisher on burning trestle.

Inspecting 3207 Sixth Avenue where the bodies of the fours children of Mrs. Richard M. Allen were found is Fire Capt. Earl Foster. The young brothers suffocated. Other Nonpareil Photo on page 12.

Swinging Aerial ladder...into position--shortly after 5 a.m.--firemen prepare to pour water on the blazing roof of the Raven Feed Plant elevator. A few moments later Pipeman Early Hanson, atop the ladder, directed a stream of water onto the…

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Photograph of a Tar Kettle fire on north Main street, Sept. 7, 1900.

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Eight photographs of Omaha's Cable Power house after a fire. January 1899.

Roses for mother. . . of the four Allen boys buried Sunday in these white caskets are plucked from the sprays at her request by the Rev. Raymond Lott at the cemetery near Oakland. --Nonpareil Photo.

Discussing details . . . of the Eilene Allen fund are Mrs. John Tyson, treasurer; the Rev. Antonion Ramirez, president; Mrs. George White, secretary. --Nonpareil Photo.

City Electrician L. W. Roper, rear, and Fire Chief Waldo Merrill enter the burned out home of Mrs. Richard M. Allen at 3207 Sixth Ave. after the fire was extinguished. Four of Mrs. Allen's five children died in the blaze Wednesday night. Story on…

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Photograph of a Wagon Factory that burned. Ken Greulach took the pictures when he was a kid

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Photograph of fire on 500 Block West Broadway. Shows horse drawn fire carts and many spectators.

Roosevelt School fire

Firemen were called to Roosevelt School at 2:42 am on Valentine’s Day, 1966. The fire destroyed much of the building, leaving only the 1953. The thousands of gallons of water used to fight the blaze covered the gutted building in a thick layer of…