• Creator
  • Bringhurst, Harry
  • Created Date
  • 1903
  • Description
  • Harry Bringhurst of the Pacific Coast Association of Fire Chiefs writes to George Cotterill regarding the finances of the Seattle fire department. He writes that funds were directed towards a new building and lot of land rather than paying for a crew to serve on a fireboat, which Bringhurst determined a need of the department. He writes that the money used for the building and lot "would have helped towards new projects or built several outsid... more
    Harry Bringhurst of the Pacific Coast Association of Fire Chiefs writes to George Cotterill regarding the finances of the Seattle fire department. He writes that funds were directed towards a new building and lot of land rather than paying for a crew to serve on a fireboat, which Bringhurst determined a need of the department. He writes that the money used for the building and lot "would have helped towards new projects or built several outside engine houses.". less
  • Format
  • Text
    Letter (correspondence)
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