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"Mr. Bannon, junior special agent of the Automobile Department in Los Angeles," 1920s.

Copyright Stagg, Los Angeles.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

"H. B. Jones in the door of the First National Bank. The Cherokee Dora bank of outlaws prepared to rob this bank but word got around and several of the citizens the writer included guarded the bank for a few nights and the robbery never came off."

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

Special agents posed with their automobiles, 1920s. "Second man from left in picture standing on sidewalk behind the second car is William J. Faymonville, once superintendent, automobile department, Chicago."

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

Home office special agents, c. 1918.

Copyright Gabriel Moulin, San Francisco.
Reference 3-3-1-9-6, 0317.

Charles Stone, agent for Fireman's Fund, 1884. Location unidentified.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

Commission of agent Thomas Chard, July 1, 1872. Chard established the Western Department in Chicago in 1872.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-4-6, 0304.

Blotter advertising insurance on growing crops by J. B. Fuller, Fireman's Fund's agent in Marysville, California, 1883.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-10-35, 0322.

Fireman's Fund agency office in Stockton, California, 1891-1892.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-3, 0317.

Fireman's Fund agency, probably in Dallas, Texas, 1893. Man at left is Bob Hunter.

Copyright G. A. McAfee Commercial Photographer, Dallas.
Reference 3-3-1-9-5, 0317.

Agents Emerich and Hooper of the H. M. Love Agency in Colfax, Washington, 1918.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

Special agent Frank B. Cleaves, Jr., San Francisco, California, 1920s.

Copyright Lothers & Young Studios, San Francisco.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

George C. Marsh, agent at Endicott, Washington, and J. R. Quick, Fireman's Fund special agent survey field grain, 1914.

Copyright Studio 16, San Francisco.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

Fireman's Fund special agents, 1893. Bob Hunter is on the left.

Copyright Tabler Photographic Co., San Francisco.
Reference 3-3-1-9-3, 0317.

Staff of the adjusting office in Berkeley, California after the devastating fire of 1923.

Copyright Gabriel Moulin Studios, San Francisco.
Reference 3-3-1-9-14, 0317.

Bonding Department playlet performed at the annual Fieldmen's Conference in Fireman's Fund's head office, 1938.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

Special agent James C. Stephens inspecting bales of cotton in Dallas, Texas, c. 1920

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-2, 0317.

Interior of the Dallas, Texas agency office, c. 1900. At the filing cabinet is special agent J. V. Spears.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-2, 0317.

Fireman’s Fund agency office at Palo Alto, California, 1892.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 3-3-1-9-4, 0317.

Agent writing a policy at his desk, 1936.

Copyright Gabriel Moulin, San Francisco.
Reference 4-1-1-1-113, 0510.

Brass sign of the American Insurance Company of Newark, circa 1920. The sign was passed around by Fireman’s Fund Agents for over fifty years before it was restored and given a permanent home in the Insurance Exchange Building.

The Visiting Fireman News, October 22, 1974
4-1-3-6-228, 0502

As part of a nonsense campaign to remind agents of Fireman’s Fund engineering service, a pink elephant was offered to the agent who submitted the best reason for needing the engineering service. The job of finding such an elephant fell to these engineers, here considering a couple of prospects at the San Francisco Zoo.

The Visiting Fireman, March-April, 1964
4-1-3-5-66, 0420

The 1951 Fireman’s Fund company bowling league.

The Leader, June/July 1988
4-1-3-1-3, loose

Advertising shot of Ray Grant wearing the Golden Firehat for The Visiting Fireman, January 20, 1969.

No copyright indicated
4-1-3-6-204, 0502

Poster from the inaugural show of the Fireman’s Fund Glee Club. After the concert, President Levison gave a talk about his recent travels to Egypt. The Glee Club was just one of many social and cultural organizations within the Fireman’s Fund family.

The Visiting Firema, May 1963
4-1-3-5-10, 0420

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