Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association
107 South Alfred Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314
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Friendship Conservation Project

Friendship Firemark:
Friendship is pleased to announce a special limited edition firemark for purchase to support the conservation of two firefighting apparatus at the Friendship Firehouse Museum. These are approximately 8" oval plaques painted and made of cast iron. They are similar to those made in the 18th and 19th centuries to identify buildings for fire insurance purposes. The lettering is raised, there will be two holes at the very top so it can be hung, and there will be a fixture on the bottom so a pole can be attached to it so it can stand up in a garden or front lawn if desired. They will be available for pre-sale this weekend at a cost of $150 at the Special Curator's Reception at Friendship Firehouse Museum on Friday evening and at the Friendship Festival in the 100 block of South Alfred Street on Saturday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Friendship Conservation Fund


A donation to Friendship will help us conserve two pieces of firefighting apparatus owned by Friendship Fire Co. 


The Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association assists in the preservation of the historic fire engine house on Alfred Street in Alexandria, Virginia; supports the Alexandria Fire Department; and provides scholarships, and other benevolent and philanthropic services to the Alexandria Community.  The Association promotes civic involvement, honors the legacy of its 18th-century founders--dedicated citizen firefighters--and values the contributions of our present-day first responders.