Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore Washington Engine, Lady Washington and more!

Washington Engine,Lady Washington,1832,40

"I wonder, the (press) has not  attacked the Methodists, who were nearly unanimous in opposition to the Whigs, as the Irish Catholics." 1835 (O'Connell Guards, Irish).

"I wonder, the (press) has not attacked the Methodists, who were nearly unanimous in opposition to the Whigs, as the Irish Catholics." 1835 (O'Connell Guards, Irish).

1848 lithograph showing brass detail of Engine No. 40. *Multipule James Smith gooseneck hand pumpers made in 1830s-40s are of the same body design and trim detail but the bracket shown above is unique to the 1832 Lady Washington and clearly matches the existing pump's. Unusually accurate in detail for a "cheap picture" which possibly attests to public familarity with it?

Successful laying of the ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CELEBRATION, Sept. 1, 1858. ORDER OF PROCESSION. Lady Washington Engine No. 40, (Eighth Division)

LADY WASHINGTON ENGINE COMPANY No. 40, James Canfield, foreman, and 60 members. The Story of the Volunteer Fire Department of the City of New York, 1882.

New York City Volunteer Fire Company Lady Washington, Engine No. 40, a Machine of Greatest Excellence, Known as the White Ghost

Lady Washington Engine Company, No. 40. Engine painted white, with blue and gilt…

Lady Washington No. 1. Morrissiania, N.Y. New-York Historical Society | Fire Engine, Lady Washington Engine Co. No.1 Morrisania, N.Y.

1835, he joined Lady Washington Engine Company No. 40, better known by the name, "White Ghost."

New-York Historical Society | Fire Engine, Lady Washington Engine Co.No.1 Morrisania, N.Y. *Different James Smith pump delivered circa 1858.