Washington's Last Fire Horse
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Washington's Last Fire Horse

District firefighter Tim Jones is obsessed with finding the stone monument marking the grave of Tom, the city's last fire horse. Tom and his team made their last run in 1925, an event captured by filmmakers from the Department of Agriculture. Editor's Note: No audio. Video by National Agricultural Library

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