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Drill Tower

Date: 1940 | Identifier: 1136.10.d
Drill tower, men on tower, truck and standing in front, on back: "No. 1 Mr. MO Minges and myself standing in front of fire plug near came (cut off). This drill tower is all brick, concrete, and steel excepting windows, window sills, and doors. The stairway is of concrete and goes to roof. Which gives us the same as a six story tower. It is 18 x 18 ft by 60 ft. in height and has toilet and labratory inside. Has lights on each floor and roof and two flood lights on roof each having two 1500 watt bulbs and controlled by four different switches and another switch for four lights in a wired in conduit and two underground conduits run from tower to light pole across street. One for lights the other for fire alarm. Siameze to sprinkler system on first floor and also valves so you can demonstrate a system in action" and "Mr. and Mrs. MO Minges Drill Tower donated to Fire Dept. and to City 1940" and "Left to Right Standing: MO Minges, GW Gardner, On Ladder looking up: AB Sunnell, Thane Bank, JR Smith", black and white photograph, P-1136/190, 1940 more...
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