“preserving lives and history”
Jackson’s Public Fire Safety Education Center and Fire Museum, at 355 Woodrow Wilson in Jackson, Mississippi, became a reality in 1993 when citizens passed a $468,000 bond issue to renovate the Goodyear Building. As a result of this renovation, Station 10 was housed, a Fire Museum established, and the Public Fire Safety Education Division relocated to form a complex addressing all aspects of the past and present of the Jackson Fire Department. The City of Jackson Fire Museum and Public Fire Safety Education Center consists of artifacts including historic records, a 1870 parade uniform, communication equipment, pictures, helmets, fire apparatus such as a 1904 horse-drawn steamer, a 1917 chain-driven American LaFrance, a 1936 Seagrave, and much more.
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