New York Fire Department Reports of Operations 1910-11, Engine Company 104, Serving Brooklyn and Queens. Thick folio of 400 forms bound together, 800 pages, 36 cm x 22 cm, printer and stationer’s tag from the Martin B. Brown Company, order number 29,288, at 49 and 51 Park Place, on front pastedown. The leather binding is worn and patched with tape, and attempts at rehydration of the leather were only partially successful. Handwritten reports on FDNY printed forms give location of the incident, location and pressure of the hydrant, numbers of officers and firemen accompanying the apparatus, and who did or did not accompany and why. Some reports give the cause of the fire.
FDNY 1842 and 1843 Manuscript Documents for Fire Department of New York City
Original Photograph of Columbia College Building 1760 in Lower Manhattan Prior to Demolition in 1857
Manuscript Real Estate Transfer New York Christmas Eve 1696