Pages are in the order they appeared in the Ball Book (without all of the advertisements)
March 15, 1950 Morning Call - Courtesy Dennis Morrison
James Kennedy went on to serve as Acting Chief in 1951 and Hobart Strathearn became Chiefin 1952
All went on to be Deputy or Assistant Chiefs
Made chairman of ball after only 7 years of service (3 of which were in te military) Dayspring was then Captain of Truck 3 but one month later transferred to become Captain of Engine 1 at Headquarters - He was being groomed as a future Chief Engineer
Chief Stagg and driver George Pfitzenmeyer; in gig in from of Fire Headquarters outside of 10 Hotel Street (later Hamilton Avenue)
"Always showing off"
Engine Company 8 - 71 Wayne Avenue
"Did you think of a name for the baby yet dear? - Yeah! Let's call it Quits"
Engine Company 3 at 298 Tyler Street (later changed to 176 12th Avenue)
"Here are your assignments! - Smith, Eng 1, Jones Eng 4, Brown Eng 10, Prince, Truck 3"
Engine 4 at 149 Slater Street (corner of Jersey Street)
"Wonder where they think they are going? (Note the Ahrens Fox pumper)
Metropolitan Steamer and Hose Wagon (in background)of Engine 1 - circa 1904 at 110 (not 112) Van Houten Street quarters - that FH was serious damaged in the 1902 conflagration
Truck 2 at 77 Prospect Street Firehouse
Engine 7 at 78 Gould Avenue (corner of Pacific Street)
Chemical Engine Company 1 - 10 Hotel (Street (later Hamilton Avenue) - Also served as the first headquarters of the paid PFD
Inside Back Cover - Note FF Walter Pitkethly was a LODD and his name is now on the Memorial Monument