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FIREMAN'S FUND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
    1. What is the Fireman's Fund Heritage Server?
    The Heritage Server is a fully searchable, on-line historical resource for employees of Fireman's Fund. It is the place for anyone who needs historical photographs, facts or quotes for use in company communications or simply wants to learn more about Fireman's Fund.

    2. What is the Fireman's Fund Archives?
    The Fireman's Fund Archives is the source of the historical photographs, stories and other information found on the Heritage Server. All questions about Fireman's Fund history or requests for historical materials can be sent to Jim Welter or Tina Lee in Corporate Communications. See the description of the Fireman's Fund Archives below.

    3. What is the Fireman’s Fund Online Archives?
    The Fireman’s Fund Online Archives is your gateway to the Fireman’s Fund Historical Collection, which is housed at The History Factory in Chantilly, Va. Search the Online Archives and get at the source of the history that has shaped Fireman's Fund. These documents, photographs, and artifacts provide you with new opportunities to explore and discover uses for our historical treasures.

    4. How do I use the Fireman’s Fund Online Archives?
    Find the Fireman’s Fund Online Archives by clicking one of the links on the main page of the Fireman’s Fund Heritage Server.

    Type in your keyword(s) and click the "Search" button. It’s just that easy. Results are displayed first in a condensed form. If you want more information about a result, click on it for a detailed record from the Archives.

    Detailed instructions for using advanced features of the search engine are contained on the first page of the Online Archives.

    5. What do I do with my search results?
    When you have completed your search and found the record(s) you need, print out the record or write down the Catalog Number and the Location from the detailed record.

    Sample Record

    Catalog Number: #0602020030043
    Description: PHOTOGRAPHS: SAN FRANCISCO RUINS POST EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE OF 1906. THE PHOTOS INCLUDE VIEWS OF THE CITY HALL DOME; MARKET ST; VAN NESS AVENUE; AND JAMES FLOOD'S MANSION.
    Year(s): 1906
    Condition: GOOD
    Location: 2327
    Subject(s): EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE
    EARTHQUAKE IMAGES
    CORPORATE SECRETARY
    FIREMAN’S FUND
    Item Type(s): PHOTOGRAPHS—PHOTOGRAPH:
    BLACK AND WHITE
    Source(s):
    Notes:

    To request additional information about the online archives, please use the feedback form (find the link on the main page of the Heritage Server) or contact Jim Welter or Tina Lee in Corporate Communications.