New York Fire Department records, Hook and Ladder 111

Two volumes. the main one which is shown in the photo is 9 x 14 inches, over 800 pages. binding holding very well. well worn outer cover. The Fire record of Hook and Ladder company 111 of the New York City Fire Department. From December 1941 to June of 1942. Several pages of ledger enteries and 800 pages of individual reports.
The second volume is also just as tall as the first. it is titled Fire Department Emergency Auxiliary Force Journal for company 111 and dated 1941 on the spine. It does not have writing on every page but keeps records of theindividuals . The First section is untitled,then the sections are titled trainees, FDEAC reporting at quarters, Graduates, Old Class Attendance and New ClassAttendance,shipping is $7.00

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