A City of Los Angeles Fire Department vehicle, c. 1917.
The Los Angeles Fire Department at work in the very early 1900s. I did a quick search of records and there was a listing for a Central Meat Company located at 153 N. Spring Street in 1909.
A fire engine belonging to Hollywood’s Fire Station No. 27 poses outside of F.R. Cyriacks, a company that sold Buicks on the corner of Hollywood Blvd. and Cahuenga. Photo: 1913.
In 1930, a new Fire Station No. 27 building was completed at 1355 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Today, it is the home of the Los Angeles Fire Department Museum and Memorial.
The Los Angeles Fire Department Band in 1916. (LAPL 00079163)
Firefighters are putting out a small blaze, c. 1915-1917.
Station No. 25 currently serves South Boyle Heights.
Knitting firemen. Left to right: A.T. Rich, C.E. Epps, Captain Sepulveda, Charles Walters, and E.A. Holmes. Photo dated: November 15, 1917. Source: LAPL