Seminole-Goldenrod Volunteer Fire Department
Seminole-Goldenrod Volunteer Fire Dept.
Fire departments--United States
Volunteer fire departments
The Goldenrod Volunteer Fire Department Station 4810 in the early 1970s. The station was likely photographed by John Viles, then Fire Chief for Station 23. Goldenrod formed its volunteer fire department in the 1950s with its own trucks and erected a building on Palmetto Avenue in Goldenrod to serve both Orange County and Seminole County residents. Around 1969, Orange County established a fire department at that location at 4755 Palmetto Avenue. In order to service the Seminole County residents of Goldenrod, the volunteer fire department moved to this location and became the Seminole-Goldenrod Volunteer Fire Department. The location was later taken over by Seminole County and renamed the Seminole County Fire Station 23.
Original 3 x 4 inch color photograph by John Viles: Goldenrod Historical Society & Museum, Goldenrod, Florida.
Is Format Of
Digital reproduction of original 3x4 inch color photograph by John Viles.
Is Part Of
Goldenrod Historical Society & Museum, Goldenrod, Florida.
Goldenrod Historical Society & Museum Collection, Goldenrod Collection, Seminole County Collection, RICHES of Central Florida
3 x 4 inch color photograph
Seminole-Goldenrod Volunteer Fire Department, Goldenrod, Florida
Originally created by John Viles.
"Goldenrod Historical Society & Museum." Goldenrod Historical Society & Museum. http://www.goldenrodhistoricalsociety.com/.
SEMINOLE--GOLDENROD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.
Still Image Item Type Metadata
1 color photograph
3 x 4 inch