Orange Fire Department firemen pose with 1920 American-La France fire engine Number 1, Orange, California, November 11, 1922. Image shows 11 firemen sitting and standing on the 1000 GPM Pumper in Plaza Square. Identified are, left to right in top row: Purl Shell, Elmer C. Ensign, Albert R. Todhunter, Floyd E Watson, and Otto E "Dutch" Linnert; bottom row are: Charles W. Pulley (Orange Police Department), Warren E. Case, Dolpha C. "Doc" Squires (driver), Chief Alonzo L. Tomblin, George W. Christenson, and Charles Wallace.
Orange Fire Chief's car and 2 fire engines at the Plaza Square, Orange, California, 1929. Orange Fire Chief's car and two fire engines at Glassell Street at Chapman Avenue in the Plaza Square, Orange, California. Standing left to right are Chief A.L. [aka "Al"] Tomblin by the chief's car, Frank Bieraugle by the 750 American La France, and William Hagen by the 1000 American La France. Seated in the 750 American La France are Ed Higgins and Charles R. Old. Seated in the 1000 American La France are driver William Vickers and Herbert Sisson.