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Friendship Fire Company Alexandria VA 1964 Photo 2

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Friendship Fire Company Alexandria VA 1964 Photo 2 4 x 6
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Friendship Fire Company Alexandria VA 1964 Photo 2 5 x 7
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Friendship Fire Company Alexandria VA 1964 Photo 2 8 x 10
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Friendship Fire Company Alexandria VA 1964 Photo 2

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Friendship Fire Company, 107 South Alfred Street, Alexandria, VA
The Friendship Firehouse was built in 1855 as the home of the Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Company as traditionally founded by George Washington in 1774. George Washington, a charter member of this company, donated their first fire engine to them. This original piece of equipment is still housed in the firehouse which was restored to its original state in 1952 by the citizens of Alexandria to be operated as a museum of Alexandria, Virginia, fire fighting history.
Date of original negative: 1964
Image shown is lower quality than print you will receive.
This is a reprint
Printed on premium acid free glossy photo paper using professional photo lab equipment
"Woodhaven Historic" will not appear on actual print.

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