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New York Tribune article describes slippery conditions for horses racing to a fire.

This front page New York Tribune article names the last fire horses in Manhattan: Mutt, Jeff, Doc, Carl, and Carnot.

This photograph, taken August 25, 1920, was published in a photo spread inSun and New York Herald.

Describes reorganization of Fire Department under Chief Croker. New officers will be promoted to companies in downtown districts, older officers will be moved to lighter duty in uptown districts.

A New York Tribune article published in January 4 1920, celebrating New York fire horses.

An article in the New York Times describing the dissolution of Engine Co. 47 in 1864

A page from the rotogravure section of theSun and New York Herald,with a photograph of the horse-drawn engine and hose tender on 113th Street. The caption reads:"The last of Manhattan's famous fire horses pass. The teams of Engine Company No. 47,…

Engine No. 47 pulled by three horses. Captain John Gaw stands on the rear step. The driver is Christopher Maguire.

Photograph of the horse-drawn hose wagon at Engine Company No. 47 quarters, on August 25, 1920, the day the fire horses were retired.
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