Our Firemen: A Record of the Faithful and Heroic Men who Guard the Property and Lives of the City of Detroit, and a Review of the Past, Giving the History of the Fire Department Since the Early Settlement of the City, with a Glance at Our City of To-day
Charles S. Hathaway
J. F. Eby & Company, 1894 - Detroit (Mich.) - 265 pages
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