Category:Firemen's Monument

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Duplicates of Caspar Buberl's Fireman statue, cast in zinc, were sold by J. W. Fiske Architectural Metals, Inc. of New York City.[1] Examples can be found in:

  • Calvary Cemetery, Saint Paul, Minnesota (1891)
  • Firemen's Monument, Church Square Park, Hoboken, New Jersey (1891)
  • East State Street & Armory Drive, Trenton, New Jersey (1892)[2]
  • Middleton & Hampton Streets, Orangeburg, South Carolina (1904)
  • Thrall Park, Middletown, New York (1907)
  • Fireman's Drinking Fountain, Main Street, Slatington, Pennsylvania (1909)
  • Tioga County Courthouse, Owego, New York (1914)
  • Putnam County Courthouse, Ottawa, Ohio (1915)[3]
  • Ellsworth Park, Union City, New Jersey (1921)
  1. Carol A. Grissom, "Saving Firemen Made of Zinc," Smithsonian Institution website.[1]
  2. Destination Trenton
  3. Dedicated to two local Volunteer fireman killed January 6,1911. See Roselia C. Deters Verhoff "Firemans Memorial" Timeline Ohio Historical Society March/April 2004 Volume 21 #2
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Firemen's Monument, Hoboken 
sculpture in New Jersey, United States of America
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Map40° 44′ 31.92″ N, 74° 01′ 58.08″ W
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