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Date Range From
1943
Date Range To
1973
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
SHEET METAL, GLASS, CARDBOARD
Catalogue Number
P20160027000
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Material Type
Artifact
Date Range From
1943
Date Range To
1973
Materials
SHEET METAL, GLASS, CARDBOARD
No. Pieces
2
Height
13.7
Length
5.4
Width
1.8
Description
A: THERMOMETER. THE THERMOMETER'S CASING IS METAL. THERE IS A COVER ON THE THERMOMTER THAT HAS 17 HOLES PUNCHED OUT OF THE FRONT (7 ROWS ALTERNATING BETWEEN 3 AND 2 HOLES PER ROW). THERE IS A SHORT BACK TO THE COVER. THE COVER IS ATTACHED TO THE THERMOMETER WITH 2 SMALL NAILS ON EITHER SIDE. THE THERMOMETER GLIDES OUT OF THE COVER AND HINGES BACK TO STAND (SUPPORTED BY BACK OF CASE AND THE 2 NAILS). THE BACKGROUND OF THE THERMOMETER IS WHITE AND IS ATTACHED TO THE METAL CASE. “US PAT 2329685” IS ON THE BOTTOM OF THE THERMOMETER. ON THE LEFT SIDE TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS FROM 1 TO 6 ARE ETCHED. THE NUMBERS ARE DIVIDED INTO INCREMENTS OF FOUR. ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE THERMOMETER THERE ARE “00” ACROSS FROM EACH NUMBER ON THE LEFT. THE THERMOMETER’S GLASS IS TINTED YELLOW WITH A TRANSLUCENT CENTER. THIS TUBE IS 12.4CM IN LENGTH. TWO SMALL METAL RINGS HOLD THE GLASS THERMOMETER TO THE MEASUREMENT BACKING. THERE IS A SMALL METAL HOOK AT THE TOP OF THE THERMOMETER. ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE THERMOMETER IN ITS CLOSED POSITION, "D. CARSE" IS HANDWRITTEN IN BLACK INK. GOOD CONDITION. RUSTING/STAINING OVERALL SURFACE. LOSS OF WHITE BACKING BEHIND THE THERMOMETER (SEVERE ON THE UPPER LEFT CORNER AND SLIGHT ON THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER). B: CARDBOARD CASE WITH OVERALL DIMENSIONS OF 13.9 CM X 6 CM X 2 CM. CARDBOARD BOX WITH GREEN LABEL ON FRONT. THE LABEL SAYS “RUXCO” “NO-600-MO-10” “OVEN TEST THERMOMETER RANGE 100 TO 600°F IN 10° DIVISIONS.” GOOD CONDITION. MISSING LEFT END OF BOX. SCRATCH ON THE SURFACE OF THE LEFT SIDE OF THE LABEL. STAINING IN VARIOUS PLACES.
Subjects
FOOD PROCESSING T&E
THERMAL T&E
Historical Association
TRADES
DOMESTIC
History
IN SEPTEMBER 2016, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN INTERVIEWED IRENE MOCH ABOUT THE HISTORY OF A THERMOMETER SHE DONATED TO THE GALT MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES. THE THERMOMETER BELONGED TO HER FATHER, DAVID ROXBOROUGH CARSE, AND WAS USED BY HIM AS AN EMPLOYEE OF CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION HAS BEEN EXTRACTED FROM THAT INTERVIEW: “HIS JOB WAS TO GO HOUSE-TO-HOUSE ON SPECIFIED CALLS TO REPAIR AND CHECK GAS APPLIANCES AT VARIOUS HOMES. HE LOVED HIS JOB. IT WAS GREAT PASSION AND HE WOULD SHARE A LOT OF HIS EXPERIENCES AT HOME WITH US. IT BECAME A BIG PART OF OUR FAMILY LIFE. HIS FIRST PASSION WAS HIS FAMILY AND HIS SECOND PASSION WAS HIS WORK. TWENTY- EIGHT YEARS, HE WAS WITH THE GAS COMPANY. HE WOULD BRING VARIOUS LITTLE ITEMS HOME, BUT MOSTLY IT WAS JUST HIS MEMORIES AND OUR MEMORIES OF THE STORIES THAT HE TOLD… MY MOM AND DAD WILLED THEIR HOUSE TO MY HUSBAND, WHO HAD BEEN CARING FOR IT OVER THE YEARS. [THEY] LEFT ALL THEIR TREASURES AS THEY WERE [TO] US BOTH TO DO WHAT WE FELT WAS BEST WITH EVERYTHING. THEY HAVE BEEN GONE SINCE 2000, 2003. SO FINALLY, THIS MOVE HAS FORCED ME TO GO THROUGH SOME OF THE THINGS THAT I HAVE, AND THIS HAS COME UP, AND IT MEANT A LOT. WE ALWAYS HAD GAS STOVE AND GAS RADIANT HEAT AND HE WOULD ALWAYS TEST MY MOTHER’S OVEN WITH THE THERMOMETER TO MAKE SURE THAT IT WAS FUNCTIONING PROPERLY. IT WAS VERY VISIBLE TO ALL OF US. IT WAS VERY IMPORTANT.” MOCH RECALLS THE THERMOMETER IN HER DAD’S WORK TOOLBOX: “… WHEREVER HE WENT, HE WOULD HAVE HIS TOOL BOX, AND THAT WAS THE FIRST THING THAT CAME OUT OF THE TOOL BOX. HE CARRIED IT IN HIS VEHICLE. HE DROVE TO THE HOUSES AND THE FIRST THING THAT CAME OUT OF HIS TOOL BOX WAS THAT.” IT WAS THE JOB AT CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY THAT BROUGHT CARSE AND HIS FAMILY TO LETHBRIDGE: “HE HAD ANDREW’S HARDWARE IN FORT MACLEOD FOR I DON’T KNOW HOW MANY YEARS – QUITE A FEW – AND THEN HE WENT TO THE GAS PLANT IN BURDETT/ BOW ISLAND. AND FAMILY WAS COMING. [HE] NEEDED A STEADY JOB, [SO HE] CAME TO THE CITY [ TO] FIND A STEADY JOB. HE WAS A CERTIFIED PLUMBER AND GAS-FITTER SO HE APPLIED AT THE CANADIAN WESTERN AND NATURAL GAS… THAT WAS HIS WORLD. HE JUST BLOSSOMED. HE WAS A VERY PRIVATE PERSON, BUT HE LOVED TO BE WITH PEOPLE. THERE WAS A LOT OF COMRADERY AND HORSE-PLAY. HE WORKED BY HIMSELF. HE DIDN’T HAVE A PARTNER. AND [HE] WENT PLACE-TO-PLACE – AND IT GREW, AND GREW, AND GREW, AND GREW – 28 YEARS. AND IT WAS NOT UNCOMMON FOR OUR RESIDENCE PHONE AT HOME TO RING FROM VARIOUS PEOPLE, SAYING, ‘DON’T SEND SO-AND-SO; SEND DAVE BACK. DAVE KNOWS WHAT HE’S DONE HERE, AND THAT’S THE PERSON I WANT BACK.’ THAT WAS NOT UNCOMMON AT ALL TO HAPPEN AT OUR HOUSE. HE MADE A GOOD REPUTATION FOR HIMSELF, AND HE LOVED WHAT HE DID, AND IT SHOWED… HE BECAME A KIND OF AN IMAGE AND I THINK HE REVELED IN THAT. HE WAS KING OF HIS WORLD, REALLY. IT WAS VERY NICE.” “… THERE WAS ALWAYS SOMEBODY ON CALL," CONTINUED MOCH, "BUT, IF IT WAS A MAJOR BLIZZARD, OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT, THEN EVERYBODY WAS PRESSED INTO SERVICE. IF IT WAS TURKEY DAY, AND EVERYBODY WANTS TO COOK A TURKEY, AND THE PILOT LIGHT OR THE OVEN DIDN’T WORK, SOMEBODY HAD TO GO. AND THAT WAS THE BIG THING WITH THE GAS COMPANY. GAS COMPANY SERVICEMEN WERE FREE OF CHARGE AND THE ONLY CHARGE WOULD HAVE BEEN FOR A THERMOCOUPLE OR A PART THAT NEEDED TO BE REPLACED. PEOPLE WERE NOT SHY ABOUT CALLING THE GAS COMPANY TO REMEDY THEIR SITUATION. YES, THERE WAS ALWAYS SOMEONE ON CALL, AND HE HAD TO TAKE HIS TURN DOING THAT. BUT, IF THERE WAS A MASS BLIZZARD OR STORM OF SOME SORT, THEN THEY WERE ALL CALLED OUT.” MOCH EXPLAINED THE THERMOMETER WAS OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO CARSE’S WORK: “MOST OF HIS CALLS WERE [BAKING RELATED]. PEOPLE ALWAYS BAKED IN THOSE DAYS – ALWAYS BAKED AND [IF], ‘THE OVEN WASN’T COOKING RIGHT,’ OR ‘IT WASN’T HOT ENOUGH,’ OR ‘HOW COME THIS FLOPPED?’ ‘WE’D BETTER CALIBRATE THE OVEN PROPERLY.’ AND SO [THEY'D CALL IN], ‘CAN DAVE COME OUT AND CHECK IT OUT AND CHECK THAT OUT FOR US?’ SO YES, THAT [THERMOMETRE] WAS ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS THAT HE BROUGHT OUT… MOM BAKED ALL THE TIME AS WELL, TWICE A WEEK PROBABLY. ON A REGULAR BASIS, HE WOULD JUST DOUBLE CHECK [WITH THE THERMOMETER] TO MAKE SURE THINGS WERE WORKING THE WAY THEY SHOULD. NOT NECESSARILY THAT THERE WAS A PROBLEM, BUT JUST SO THAT THEY STAY THE WAY THEY SHOULD BE. HE EDUCATED US ALL ABOUT THE BLUE FLAME AND HOW THE BLUE FLAME HAD TO HAVE THE LITTLE TIP ON THE END OF THE BLUE FLAME AND THAT MEANS IT’S BURNING CLEAN. IT WAS VERY EDUCATIONAL, TOO.” “[HE] ALWAYS CAME HOME FOR LUNCH. MOM ALWAYS HAD LUNCH READY. WE HAD LUNCH IN THE LIVING ROOM WITH A SANDWICH AND HE HAD A LITTLE SNOOZE. FIVE MINUTES, AND HE WAS OUT THE DOOR. HE WAS NEVER LATE. HE WAS ALWAYS HOME, AND HE WAS NEVER LATE COMING HOME FROM WORK. HE JUST LOVED IT… HE RETIRED IN SEPTEMBER 30, ’73. SO, PROBABLY ’43, ’44 THAT HE CAME TO LETHBRIDGE TO [WORK AT THE] GAS COMPANY.” ACCORDING TO HIS OBITUARY IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, DAVID ROXBOROUGH CARSE PASSED AWAY IN LETHBRIDGE ON 15 NOVEMBER 2000. PLEASE SEE PERMANENT FILE FOR FULL INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT, LETHBRIDGE HERALD ARTICLES, AND THERMOMETER PATENT.
Catalogue Number
P20160027000
Acquisition Date
2016-09
Collection
Museum
Images
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Other Name
THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA
Date Range From
1990
Date Range To
2000
Material Type
Artifact
Materials
METAL, PLASTIC, RUBBER
Catalogue Number
P20150010016
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Material Type
Artifact
Other Name
THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA
Date Range From
1990
Date Range To
2000
Materials
METAL, PLASTIC, RUBBER
No. Pieces
7
Height
32.2
Length
44.5
Width
29.5
Description
THERMOGRAPH / THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA IN METAL CASE, WITH COAXIAL CABLE, EXTRA VISOR AND SCREWS, EXTRA HANDLE, AND EXTRA FUSES. .A: SILVER COLOURED TEXTURED METAL BOX. BLACK LEATHER HANDLE ON TOP OF BOX. HINGED AT BACK OF BOX. LID CLOSES WITH TWO DRAW LATCHES. STENCILED ON TOP OF THE BOX, WITH BLACK PAINT: "P4428 SER. NO.4534" A BLACK STICKER ON THE FRONT OF THE BOX, READS "P6" BETWEEN THE TWO DRAW LATCHES. INSIDE OF THE BOX IS MOSTLY LINED WITH BLACK FOAM. BOTTOM INSIDE OF BOX HAS EIGHT MOLDED COMPARTMENTS FOR THE VARIOUS COMPONENTS. SMALL PARTITION ON THE LEFT FOR THE COAXIAL CABLE. DIMENSIONS ABOVE REFERENCE THIS BOX. OVERALL VERY GOOD CONDITION. PIECE OF FOAM ON THE INSIDE LEFT HAS COME UN-UNGLUED. .B: EXTRA HANDLE. WHITE PLASTIC PISTOL-STYLE HANDLE. THREE SILVER COLOURED SCREWS IN HANDLE. DIMENSIONS: 16.0CM LONG, 7.6CM WIDE IN GOOD CONDITION. SOME WEAR MARKS/SCUFFS ALL OVER THE HANDLE. .C: EXTRA VISOR. BLACK RUBBER VISOR. HAS A TOTAL OF FOUR PRE-MADE SCREW HOLES: ON THE TOP, THEY ARE VERY CLOSE TOGETHER; ON THE BOTTOM THEY ARE SPACED FAIRLY WIDE APART. DIMENSIONS: 14.5CM LONG, 9.5CM WIDE IN FAIR TO GOOD CONDITION. RUBBER HAS BECOME MIS-SHAPENED, BUT RETAINS FLEXIBILITY. .D: COAXIAL CABLE. TAN COLOURED COAXIAL CABLE, WITH SILVER FITTINGS. IN GOOD CONDITION. SOME DISCOLOURATION ON PLASTIC CABLE CASING. DIMENSIONS: 560.5CM LONG, 2.5CM CIRCUMFERENCE. .E: BAG OF SCREWS. PLASTIC BAG WITH EXTRA VISOR SCREWS. STICKER ON BAG READS: "P4428G VISOR RETAINING SCREWS. 1 SET". CONTAINS FOUR SETS OF BOLTS, WASHERS, AND NUTS. DIMENSIONS: 13.0CM LONG, 9.0CM WIDE IN FAIR CONDITION. BAG IS VERY DISCOLOURED (BLACK SMUDGES) AND THE STICKER HAS LIFTED ON THE CORNERS. .F: BOX OF FUSES. SMALL WHITE CARDBOARD BOX, WITH BLUE WRITING IN GERMAN. CONTAINS NINE SMALL FUSES. FUSES ARE WHITE CARDBOARD IN THE MIDDLE, WITH TWO SILVER COLOURED METAL CAPS. FRONT OF BOX READS: "WICKMANN-WERKE GMBH 10 G-SICHERUNGSEINSATZE 250 VAC MINIATURE-FUSES 5X20MM". BOTTOM SIDE: "AUSSCHALTVERMOGEN H". BACK: "NACH IEC PUBL. 127-2/5". TOP SIDE: "19181". LEFT SIDE: "TRAGE". AND RIGHT SIDE: "M. I. W.-GERMANY". DIMENSIONS: 2.2CM HIGH, 5.3CM LONG, 0.6CM WIDE IN FAIR TO GOOD CONDITION. BOX IS WELL WORN, SOME WRITING HAS FADED. .G: THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA. WHITE PLASTIC, YELLOW PADDED NYLON FABRIC, BLACK RUBBER, SILVER COLOURED METAL, AND BLUE NYLON STRAPPING. THERMAL CAMERA IS CYLINDRICAL, WITH A PISTOL-STYLE HANDLE AT THE BOTTOM. CYLINDER BODY OF CAMERA IS WRAPPED IN YELLOW PADDED NYLON FABRIC. LIGHT-MEDIUM BLUE NYLON STRAPPING KEEPS THE YELLOW FABRIC ON THE CAMERA BODY. IN TWO PLACES ON THE STRAPPING IS A WHITE LABEL: "EEV CHELMSFORD ENGLAD." BLACK RUBBER VISOR / EYEPIECE / VIEW FINDER. GLASS OF CAMERA IS VISIBLE INSIDE THIS VISOR. RECTANGULAR, WHITE PLASTIC BOX HANGS FROM THE CAMERA WITH LIGHT-MEDIUM BLUE NYLON STRAPPING. TWO SILVER COLOURED CARABINERS HANG FROM THIS NYLON STRAPPING, ONE ON EACH OF THE STRAPS. ON THE FRONT OF THE RECTANGULAR BOX, IS HALF OF A CYLINDER, RUNNING HORIZONTALLY ACROSS. ON THIS CYLINDER IS A SMALL RED "OFF ON" BUTTON. ABOVE THE CYLINDER, ON THE BOX IS A GREY LABEL: "VOLTAGE STABILIZER UNIT P4428K NO. 4534" OPPOSITE THE BLACK RUBBER VISOR IS THE FRONT OF THE CAMERA: REFLECTIVE CIRCLE ALLOWS THE CAMERA TO "SEE". ABOVE THIS REFLECTIVE CIRCLE IS A SMALL BUTTON PLASTIC COVERED WITH "PAN CHOP" IN THE CENTRE. SILVER COLOURED KNOB JUST BELOW THIS "PAN CHOP" BUTTON AND TO THE RIGHT THERE IS A BLACK CORD THAT COMES OUT AND GOES UNDER THE YELLOW NYLON HOUSING. LABEL ON THE FRONT OF CAMERA READS: "THERMAL CAMERA P4428 NO. 4534. MADE IN ENGLAND." DIMENSIONS: 34.2 HIGH, 13.6 DIAMETER (ON FRONT) OVERALL IN GOOD CONDITION. YELLOW NYLON MATERIAL IS VERY DISCOLOURED, WITH GREY AND BLACK SPOTS. PLASTIC HOUSING OF CAMERA IS SCUFFED, ESPECIALLY AROUND THE FRONT AND ON THE END OF THE HANDLE. STRAPPING IS ALL IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, WITH NO VISIBLE TEARS.
Subjects
THERMAL T&E
Historical Association
SAFETY SERVICES
History
THIS THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA OR THERMOGRAPH WAS USED BY THE LETHBRIDGE FIRE DEPARTMENT. IN THE SUMMER OF 2015, COLLECTIONS TECHNICIAN KEVIN MACLEAN, CONDUCTED A SERIES OF INTERVIEWS WITH CURRENT AND FORMER MEMBERS OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT, INCLUDING: CLIFF “CHARLIE” BROWN (HIRED IN 1966, RETIRED 2004) AND TREVOR LAZENBY (HIRED IN 1994). BROWN EXPLAINED THAT THIS WAS A “THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA … THE IDEA OF THAT WAS, IN A FIRE, IT COULD SEE THROUGH SMOKE, BUT BACK THEN WE DIDN’T HAVE THE MAN-POWER TO USE IT, BECAUSE WHEN YOU WENT TO A FIRE, THERE WAS MAYBE SOMETIMES THREE GUYS. THERE WAS THE OFFICER, THE PUMP DRIVER … AND THE FIREFIGHTER. WHEN YOU GOT TO A FIRE, THERE WAS ONE GUY, EVEN THOUGH THE RULE WAS THAT YOU DIDN’T GO INTO A FIRE UNTIL THERE WAS SOMEBODY ELSE. IF THE TRUCK WAS ANOTHER 2-3 MINUTES AWAY, THERE WASN’T A FIREFIGHTER ON THE JOB WHO WOULD STAND AROUND AND SAY, ‘I’M NOT GOING TO GO INTO THE FIRE BECAUSE THE RULE SAYS TWO GUYS.’ YOU’VE GOT THE PUBLIC STANDING AROUND, YOU’VE GOT THE PEOPLE STANDING AROUND WHO OWN THE HOUSE OR BUILDING, SO THE GUY ALWAYS WENT IN. THERE WAS VERY SELDOM ANYBODY TO TAKE THAT THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA IN THERE AND I DON’T KNOW IF I’VE EVER USED IT.” LAZENBY FURTHER EXPLAINED: “THIS IS A THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA AND A LOT OF PEOPLE NOW CALL IT FLIR OR FORWARD LOOKING INFRARED, BUT IT’S A THERMAL IMAGER … SO THIS WAS YOUR BATTERY PACK. THIS SECTION DOWN HERE WITH THE ON/OFF BUTTON, THAT’S WHERE THE BATTERY WAS HOUSED. AND YOU CAN SEE IT HAS A PISTOL GRIP FOR EASE OF USE AND ERGONOMICS AND SO THIS BLACK, SORT OF SHROUD HERE WAS ALMOST LIKE A SET OF GOGGLES … YOU HAD TO PUT THAT RIGHT UP TO YOUR MASK OR IF YOU WEREN’T WEARING A MASK, AFTER THE FACT, AND YOU WERE CHECKING FOR HOTSPOTS, YOU WOULD HAVE TO BRING IT RIGHT UP SO IT COVERED YOUR EYES AND BLOCKED OUT ALL THE AMBIENT LIGHT. THIS WAS REVOLUTIONARY. THIS WAS CUTTING EDGE FOR ITS TIME, BUT LOOKING BACK AND LOOKING AT THE THERMAL IMAGING SYSTEMS THAT WE HAVE NOW COMPARED TO WHAT WAS IN SERVICE THEN, THE CHANGE IN CAMERA SENSITIVITY AND IN RESOLUTION – IT’S MIND-BOGGLING. THIS WAS A VERY WASHED-OUT, UNCLEAR – I’M STRUGGLING FOR WORDS TO DESCRIBE IT AND NOT MAKE IT SOUND LIKE IT WAS THE BIGGEST PIECE OF JUNK IN THE WORLD, BECAUSE IT WASN’T AND THE REASON I’M HAVING TROUBLE IS BECAUSE I’M COMPARING IT TO WHAT WE HAVE NOW. IT WAS CRUDE. IT WAS A LITTLE BIT RAW, TECHNOLOGY-WISE. IT WAS NEW, EXPENSIVE, LIKE THIS WAS THE LATEST AND GREATEST AT THE TIME … YOU COULD USE IT FOR RESCUE … SO YOU COULD SEE KIND OF THROUGH THE SMOKE TO SEE IF THERE WAS A PERSON LYING ON THE FLOOR OR ON THE BED OR ON THE COUCH. AND WHERE YOU WOULD HAVE TO GO BLINDLY AND JUST USE YOUR HANDS, NOW THIS CUT THROUGH AND IT GAVE YOU FASTER CAPABILITY TO FIND THE VICTIM. THIS WAS ALSO USED A LOT IN THE OVERHAUL AND SALVAGE OF BUILDINGS WHEN WE TALK ABOUT WHERE ARE THE HOTSPOTS, WHAT DO WE HAVE TO OPEN UP, WHERE HAS THE FIRE EXTENDED … SO THIS HAS BEEN A SOLID, SOLID EVERYDAY TOOL FOR US SINCE THIS CAME IN SERVICE … I BELIEVE THIS WAS ON THE JOB WHEN I SHOWED UP IN 1994 … WE ONLY HAD ONE FOR THE WHOLE DEPARTMENT … I THINK IT WAS KEPT IN A BOX ON THE RESCUE VEHICLE BECAUSE THE RESCUE VEHICLE WENT TO ALL STRUCTURE FIRES AND ALL RESCUES … WHEN WE SECURED THE FUNDING TO HAVE ONE OF THE NEWER GENERATION PUT ON EVERY ENGINE, THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN ABOUT THE TIME THAT THIS WAS MOVED TO A BACKUP ROLE AND … TAKEN OFF THE TRUCKS BY ABOUT … 2000 AT THE VERY LATEST. I WANT TO SAY 1998-2000 … AND THEN IT WAS USED IN A BACKUP ROLE AND NOW IF WE NEED A BACKUP WE CAN GET A BACKUP FROM THE COMPANY, LIKE A SPARE, SO THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN DECOMMISSIONED PROBABLY BY 2000 … THIS WOULD HELP US CLEAR A STRUCTURE FASTER AND CONFIRM THAT THERE WASN’T SOMEBODY INSIDE, IN MY EXPERIENCE.” SEE PERMANENT FILE FOR FULL INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE LETHBRIDGE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Catalogue Number
P20150010016
Acquisition Date
2015-02
Collection
Museum
Images
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