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Historic Fire Department Pictures of Redding, CT  

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Emory P. Sanford (Jesse's Father) proudly displayed one of Redding's first fire engines, complete with ladder. Shown dimly in first home of Redding Fire Company No. 2, which was used until it was destroyed by fire in the 1950's. (From 1967 Redding Bicentennial Program)

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Georgetown's first firehouse was a converted stable donated by Gilbert and Bennett Manufacturing Company and located opposite of the factory. In 1946 it was gutted by fire together with the equipment including two engines and an ambulance. (From Redding Times, photos courtesy of Mrs. Albert Berger.)

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Georgetown firehouse a day after the fire. (From Redding Times, photos courtesy of Mrs. Albert Berger.)

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