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The Morgantown Fire Department has temporarily loaned their fire truck and huge ladder so townspeople can place the star on top of a Christmas tree.
Project Alert poster is on courthouse square.
Service Bldg. No. 401. From Volume One of Morgantown Ordnance Plant Pictures at Morgantown, W. Va.  Constructed and Operated by the Ammonia Department, E. I. Dupont De Nemours and Company. Administrative and Maintenance.
A fire fighter standing on the back of the fire truck.
Doc, the dog poised on the fire truck, was the firehouse dog of the Morgantown Fire Department.
Boy with football stands beside fire truck.
Potential members of the fraternity clean the truck and the members watch.
A photograph of a crowd gathered around a fire truck in Morgantown, W. Va., with Woodburn Hall in the background on the left.
A photograph of a group of people in safety training in Morgantown.  Woodburn Hall is in the top left corner of the photo.
A photograph of a Hinton, W. Va. fire truck next to the Monongahela River at Morgantown pumping water through a hose.
'Dock was the mascot of the Morgantown Fire Department, a descendant of the original mascot of the U.S. Marine.  This Bulldog threw a baby off of the upper floor of the Strand and helped pull the hose to the upper story. First offspring of "Jiggs". Photograph was taken at 600 Spruce Street.'Dock is also spelled Doc.