“Black Fire” by Robert Crawford, one of the original 12 black Memphis, TN firefighters.
“Etched In Stone” The Memorial Wall at the Fire Museum of Memphis was selected for this National Geographic book.
Firemans Essential Clock – The protective firefighters hat and heavy, reliable hose are two of the essential tools firefighters need to battle the blaze. Sculpted in these distinctive shapes, “Firemans Essentials” is a realistically detailed clock in the Red Hats of Courage collection from Vanmark. Handcrafted in cold-cast resin and hand-painted. 4″ high.
“Safe From Harm”
Celebrate the museum’s 15th anniversary with the release of this special collectors coin. This 1 3/4 inch coin is brass with antique gold plating and a roped edge. On the front side it shows the Fire Museum’s original logo in 3D, and on the back, a 3D raised image of the famed E. H. Crump steam fire engine. This limited run of 500 coins is only available in the museum gift shop and comes in a protective cover.
Print by Floyd E. Newsum, Jr., the son of one of Memphis first African American firefighters. This beautiful print honors the first 12 African-American fire fighters in Memphis, who were hired in 1955 and assigned to Engine Company No. 8 in south Memphis. It depicts an engine parked in front of old Fire Station 8 on Mississippi Boulevard and includes each of the 12 pioneers; 17 1/2 X 20 3/4.
Standard print $50.00 commemorating the Memphis Fire Department and Old Fire Station No. 1, which is now part of the museum. – Signed and numbered print $100.00.