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Hale, George C
Hale Water Tower
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T R Tinsley
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A Kansas City Novelty Figures Importantly in History of Movies
Photo and article about Oscar Weisner, the last surviving member in 1939 of the former Hale's Tours movie shows produced by former Kansas City fire chief George Hale. Description of the shows, debuting...
A Portfolio of Local Inventors
Illustrations and descriptions of local inventors and their inventions from the late 19th and early 20th centuries including suspenders developed by firefighter George Hale for carrying "more than 100...
Biography of George C. Hale (1850-1923), Fire Chief
Portrait of fire chief George Hale in a collection of portraits of numerous city officials on pages 18-19.
Fire Chief George Hale
Full body view of Kansas City Fire Chief George Hale shaking hands with Chief Patterson, Glasgow, Scotland. A model of Hale's Water Tower is on the floor beside them.
History of the department and fire fighting before 1867 when the department was organized.Rise to international fame from 1882 to 1902 under Chief Hale.
Fire Department Chronology
Chronology of the fire department.
Fire Department Horses Dan and Joe
Brief article describing Dan and Joe, the famous fire horses during Chief George Hale's tenure, both horses competing in the 1893 London exposition, Joe being killed in 1894 in a Kansas City cable car...
Firefighter's Firefighter: George C. Hale
Biographical article about George Consider Hale, or George Hale (1850-1923), Kansas City's second fire chief from 1882 to 1902, following Colonel Frank Foster, during an era when "[c]onflagration [fire]...
George C. Hale and T. R. Tinsley Families
Photos of the families of the book's authors, George Hale and T. R. Tinsley, depicting Mrs. George Hale and her daughter Minnie Hale and Mrs. T. R. Tinsley and her daughters Myrtle Tinsley and Guenne Tinsley....
Heas and shoulders portrait of Fire Chief Hale in uniform.
Biographical sketch of George Hale, chief of the Kansas City Fire Department. He was born in New York in 1849 and came to Kansas City in 1863 as an engineer, joining the Fire Department about 1871 and...
Photos and newspaper clippings about George Hale (1850-1923), a prominent fire chief and inventor in Kansas City.
Photos, illustrations, and descriptions of the fire chief George Consider Hale, or George Hale, and his firefighting inventions. Description of him as being born in New York in 1849 and arriving in Kansas...
Hale Family Scrapbooks
1874-1902 (bulk 1893-1900)
This collection is made up of two scrapbooks, volume one, "Lon E. Hale" (28 p.) and volume two, "Hale Sisters" (45 p.). They contain primarily newspaper clippings and various showbills, as well as other...
Hale's Fire Fighters
Photo of the firefighters' home base at the World's Fair in Saint Louis, Missouri.
John C. Egner Fire Department Scrapbook Finding Aid
John C. Egner was Fire Chief of the Kansas City Fire Department from 1906 to 1918. His name has been associated with this item. The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photographs, brochures, and various...
Kansas City Firemen in Scotland
View of 10 identified Kansas City firemen standing/sitting by a model of Chief Hale's water tower. Taken in Glasgow, Scotland.
Kansas City Firemen Showed World New Tricks in Paris 40 Years Ago
Photo and article about the Kansas City Fire Department's exhibitions and competition in Paris, France, in 1900, competing against other European national firefighting teams and witnessing "the nineteenth...
Kansas City's Fire Chief: He Has a Reputation That Has Become More than National
Illustration and biographical article about George Hale, chief of the Kansas City Fire Department, depicting and describing his Hale Water Tower and other firefighting inventions leading to an international...
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