Collection: Apparatus Operator Walter P. Nolan Hoseman Walter Plummer Nolan, appointed to the Boston Fire Department June 11, 1913. Hoseman Walter P. Nolan, 3rd from right, front row, at Drill School, 60 Bristol Street, South End, July, 1913. Hoseman Walter P. Nolan, Engine Co. 1, exercising horses on West Fourth Street, South Boston, circa 1914. Hoseman Walter P. Nolan, Engine Co. 1, in the drivers seat of Engine 1’s 1890 Clapp and Jones steam pumper, circa 1914. Walter P. Nolan, with wife Martha and oldest son, Walter, circa 1916. Hoseman Walter P. Nolan, standing holding onto the bell bracket of Engine 26’s hose wagon, circa 1916. Engine 1, Ladder 5 and District Chief 6 in front of a newly remodeled firehouse at 119 Dorchester St., South Boston, in 1917. An Amoskeag steam pumper in front of the quarters of Engine Co. 1 and Ladder Co. 5, circa 1917. Newspaper story of Hoseman Walter P. Nolan, Engine Company 1, stopping a runaway horse in 1919. Newspaper story on Hoseman Walter P. Nolan, assisting in the recovery of a body in the water off South Boston, in 1928. General Order #30 of 1934 announcing the retirement of Apparatus Operator Walter P. Nolan. A letter from the papers of Walter P. Nolan, verifying his employment as a fireman from 1913 to 1934.