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Alexander Film Co. art department. George Perrin in the center by the pillar, standing.
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The Englewood Police Department in front of City Hall.
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The Englewood Police Department in 1937 stand in front of the old City Hall.
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This was the first Eaglerock airplane in front of the Alexander Aircraft Co.
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This was a fire at the Alexander Aircraft Building #1. It was located on the S. West corner of the alley behind Alexander's main building and Girard.
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A promotion for the Alexander Film company.
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Volunteer fireman and equipment in front of City Hall. Front row: far right end - Jack Hanwell, 3rd from left - Bill Graham, 1st on left - "Tiny" Ballow. In the back of the group standing to the right of the entrance wearing a hat is Ernie Anderson.
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Englewood City Hall after the November 1946 blizzard.
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This building was the original Dance Hall for the Tuileries Amusement Park. It was later bought by the National Film Co. which sold it to Alexander Industries. It was then bought by the City of Englewood for $14,500 and housed the Library and Police and Fire departments.
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Fire Department trucks in front of City Hall.
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One of the first airplanes produced by the Alexander Aircraft Company.
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These are the first aid and rescue squad trucks. The vehicle in front is the ambulance, which was a converted hearse.
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The entrance to Tuileries Park at approximately 3385 S. Broadway. A band played in the balcony.
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One of the early Eaglerock airplanes.
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Alexander Industries.
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The building of Alexander Industries.
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A photo of the Alexander Industries building.
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The National Film Co. building was originally the dance hall for Tuileries Amusement Park. It later became Alexander Industries and eventually it was Englewood City Hall before being torn down.
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Englewood Police in front of City Hall about 1936.
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This building was once the dance hall for Tuileries Amusement Park. It was later bought by the National Film Co. It was then sold to Alexander Industries and finally to the City of Englewood. The city bought the building and some land for $14,500. Note the Griffin behind the flag pole on the top of the building. The griffin now stands in the main stairway of City Center.