Recently, while going through some files, I came upon this photograph, which is too wonderful not to share, for no particular reason.
The building at the center, of course, is the firehouse of C. H. Evans Hook & Ladder Company No. 3, now the Spotty Dog. In front of the firehouse, the men of the company pose on the ladder truck. I don't know the year it was taken (I would guess the early 1940s) or the occasion, but it's clearly summertime and the celebration is patriotic--perhaps the Fourth of July?
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