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McGrath, Charles3072 viewsVailsburg Leader Story
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Lynch, Matt Newspaper Article2945 viewsPhoto from Colleen Wittick
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A Diagram of the City Government of Newark N.J.1901 views1912
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1967 Riots1783 viewsPolice patrolling Springfield Avenue
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Marelli, Lt. Robert and Capt. Michael Marelli1670 viewsPhoto from Jule Spohn
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Overturned Emergency Truck - 19561658 views
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Overturned Emergency Truck - 19561596 views
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Kossup, Stanley Story1531 views
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Kossup, Stanley1494 viewsFire Director
1960
Photo shows Stanley as a rookie.
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Kossup, Stanley1481 viewsFire Director
1960
Photo shows Stanley as a rookie.
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Olvaney, William1474 viewsEngine Company 6
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Caufield, Fire Director John1467 viewsPhoto from Stan Kossup
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Kossup, Stanley Story1442 views
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Vailsburg1436 views
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Donlan, James1420 viewsEngine Company 6
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Redden, Chief1395 viewsPhoto from Stan Kossup
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Keifrider, Elmer1385 viewsTruck Company 8
1963
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McGrath, Captain Michael1378 viewsCaptain Eugene Hurle (r)
Photo from Cathy Knapp
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Rescue with Stanley Kossup1376 views
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Hurle, Captain Eugene1376 viewsMIchael McGrath (l)
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McGrath, Charles1363 viewsFirst Precinct - 1959
Retired Police & Firemen's Association
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Tighe, John Cornelius1353 viewsTreasurer of the Newark PBA
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Hegel, George1329 viewsTruck Company 7
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Anderson, Robert1321 viewsDetective Bureau
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Newark Firemen 1950s1319 viewsPhoto from Bill J.
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Van Houton, James E.1298 viewsAsst. Fire Chief
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Wilson, John1285 viewsPhoto from Joyce Myers
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Tighe, John Cornelius1275 viewsNewark Salvage Corps
1922/1924
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Newark Riots1261 views
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Lynch, Matt1258 viewsPhoto from Colleen Wittick
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Two Patrol Cars1249 viewsPhoto from Luke G. Laterza
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Hagel, George1224 viewsTruck Company 7
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McGrath, Charles1213 viewsFirst Precinct - 1927
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19151182 views
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Brex, Frank1174 viewsDeputy Chief
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Durando, Edward1172 viewsFire Chief
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Fahey, Tom1172 views
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Veit, Joseph1167 views1947
Standing on McCarter Highway
Photo from Robert Veit
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Anderson, William Joseph1164 viewsSecond Precinct
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Carlin, Owen1138 views~1884
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House Fire ~19781116 viewsPhoto from Stan Kossup
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Rescue with Stanley Kossup1098 views
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Davitt Sr., James1066 viewsPhoto from Kathryn Peters
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Tighe, John C.1063 viewsNewark Police Dept 1924 to 1945. That is his wife, my Aunt Bea, and their two sons, Jack and Dick, in the backyard of their home here in Newark at 833 Degraw Ave, up here in the North Ward. Judging from the age of the boys I'd say that the photo was taken sometime around 1935. Uncle John was one of the first Newark Police officers with the Motor Cycle Squad; one of the first with the old Emergency Squad, and was the Treasurer of the Newark PBA when he died in 1945.
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Dolan, James1059 views
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Davitt Sr., James1058 viewsPhoto from Kathryn Peters
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Davitt, James1035 viewsJim & Hilda Davitt with Dan
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Thornton, Edward1026 viewsPhoto from Kathryn Peters
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Davitt Sr., James1025 viewsPhoto from Kathryn Peters
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Rescue with Stanley Kossup1024 views
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Beattie, Artemas L.1017 viewsFirst Precinct
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Anderson, William Joseph1016 viewsInformation
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Anderson, Robert1001 viewsInformation
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Reilly, William999 views(click photo to enlarge)
Photo from David Reilly
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Newspaper Article998 views
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Practicing with the Saftey Net997 views
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Jersey Central Railroad Yard Fire989 views
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Memorial985 viewsA memorial to the marines killed in the ambush in Lebanon at the
Newark Fire Academy on October 29, 1983
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Owens, Lieut. Joseph J.976 viewsLieutenant Joseph J. Owens of Company No. 3 died at the City Hospital about 6 O'Clock December 25th, 1916. He sustained a fractured skull ina collision between the truck and the Salvage Corps automobile, when the apparatus was responding to an alarm of fire from Fourteenth Avenue and South Seventh Street.
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Davitt, James974 viewsPhoto from Kathryn Peters
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Marenghi, Vincent961 viewsPhoto from David Reilly
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Jersey Central Railroad Yard Fire944 views
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944 views(l to r) Captain Greeley, Bernie Habig & William Olvaney
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Davitt Sr., James932 viewsPhoto from Kathryn Peters
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Rescue with Stanley Kossup931 views
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July 7, 1951925 viewsFrom Robert Baptista:
I was living in Elizabeth at the time of the explosion but was too young to recall it now. My online newspaper archive indicates it happened at 1PM July 7, 1951 at the Warren Petroleum Co. 82 acre tank farm on Newark Bay. 125 Propane tanks blew up causing a fire that took six hours to bring under control. Flames shot up hundreds of feet and the smoke was visible to people in Manhattan skyscrapers and on Brooklyn beaches. Heat and a concussion shock wave were felt five miles away. The fire blew up seven rail tankcars on a siding next to Warren. A section of a tankcar flew a half-mile, landing on a gas station which ignited. Seventy-five men were working at the Warren site. Eleven men were injured but no lives were lost. The victims were treated at St. James Hospital. Property damage to Warren Petroleum and nearby plants was estimated at $5 million. Except for a favorable wind, 1.5 million gallons of gasoline stored at the Atlantic Petroleum Co. would have blown up. The cause of the explosion was not immediately known but all possibilites were being investigated including sabotage.
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Stoetzel, William922 viewsPhoto from Kathryn Peters
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Dippel, Lt. Daniel915 viewsNewark Police Department from 1862 until he died in 1885

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Rescue with Stanley Kossup913 views
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