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Warren Engine Company Firehouse

Date of photo: 1939
Photographer: Louis Nelson

Source: Remember When - 1858-1950

Tags: carsoncity, curryengineco, downtowncc, geohmeyershardware, ioofhall, musserstreet, warrenengineco,

Available Sizes: 800x392 | 1024x502 | 1419x697

Ron Allen


The Warren Engine Co. #1 was one of Carson City's first firehouses, here at the northeast corner of Curry and Musser Streets. It was built in 1864, and has been occupied at various times by all three of Carson City's historic all-volunteer fire companies, the Curry, Swift, and Warren Engine Companies. The Warrens stayed here until the 1950s, when a new headquarters was built across the street.

This building is now part of the Secretary of State's office.

In the background you can see Geo. H. Meyers Hardware. In the far distance is the Oddfellows Hall.


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Date Uploaded: June 8, 2019

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/rw248

Source: Remember When - 1858-1950

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