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Dakota Fire App. Co.
(1952 - ? - Brookings, SD)

Danko
(1995 - date - Snyder, NE)

Darley, W.S. & Co. 1 (Logo circa 1936)
(1933 - date - Chicago, IL)

Darley, W.S. & Co. 2 (Logo circa 1950s and 60s)
(1933 - date - Chicago, IL)

Darley, W.S. & Co. 3
(1933 - date - Chicago, IL)

Darley, W.S. & Co. 4
(1933 - date - Melrose Park, IL)

Darley, W.S. & Co. 5
(1933 - date - Melrose Park, IL)

Deluge (Prospect Fire Engine Co.)
(1924 - 1934 - Prospect, OH)

Deep South 1
(Unknown - date - Seminary, MS)

Deep South 2
(Unknown - date - Seminary, MS)

Dennis 1
(Unknown - date - Great Brittan)

Dennis 2 (Logo circa Pre 1950s)
(Unknown - date - Great Brittan)

Dennis 3 (Logo circa 1950s)
(Unknown - date - Great Brittan)

Dennis 4 (Logo circa 1960s)
(Unknown - date - Great Brittan)

Dennis 5 (Logo circa 1970s)
(Unknown - date - Great Brittan)

Dennis 6
(Unknown - date - Great Brittan)

Dependable Truck and Tank Limited 1
(1975 - date - Brampton, Ontario, Canada)

Dependable Truck and Tank Limited 2
(1975 - date - Brampton, Ontario, Canada)

Dependable Truck and Tank Limited 3
(1975 - date - Brampton, Ontario, Canada)

Dependable Truck and Tank Limited 4
(1975 - date - Brampton, Ontario, Canada)

Detroit Trailer Co.
(1971 - Detroit, MI)

Diamond T
(unknown - unknown)


Dingee
(? - date - Cornish Flat, NH)

Divco-Wayne
(1959 - 1966 - Detroit, MI)

Dixon Cascade Pump Co.
(unknown - Newark, NJ)

Dodge Brothers 1
(Unknown - Unknown)

Dodge Brothers 2
(Unknown - Unknown)

Dodge
(Unknown - date - Unknown)

Douglas
(1970 - 1991 - CA)

DuGas (Ansul)
(1942 - Marinette, WI)

Duplex
(1950, 1973 - 1987 - Lansing. MI)
       



Darley 1 (1933 - date - Chicago, IL): Early on Darley was located in Chicago, IL and they later relocated to Melrose Park, IL. This is one of their early emblems. Circa 1936.

- Darley 2 (1933 - date - Chicago, IL): This emblem appeared on Darley apparatus during the 1950's and 1960's while they were still in Chicago.

- Darley 5 (1933 - date - Melrose Park, IL): This style logo is currently on the web site. This just a photo of the emblem itself.

DeepSouth (? - date - Seminary, MS): Deep South has been a reseller of used apparatus for many years and during the past several years has started building their own apparatus.

Dennis 1 (Unknown - date - Great Brittan): Dennis has been building apparatus for many years. They have used a variety of emblems over the years. This is the first five Dennis emblems I am sending you.

- Dennis 2 (Unknown - date - Great Brittan): I'm unsure on the exact age, but this was used early on.

- Dennis
3 (Unknown - date - Great Brittan): This style of emblem was used during the 1950s.

- Dennis 4 (Unknown - date - Great Brittan): This style of emblem was used during the 1960s.

- Dennis 5 (Unknown - date - Great Brittan): This style of emblem was used during the 1970s.

Dingee (? - date - Cornish Flat, NH):
Dingee Fire Apparatus is a division of Dingee Machine Co. of Cornish Flat NEW HAMPSHIRE and it is run by Larry Dingee. I believe it is still in business but I am not certain.

Dodge (Unknown - date - Unknown): The Dodge Brothers company was founded by 2 brothers, John F. and Horace in 1910. The company produced automotive components, but in 1914 the first car was produced. Following the death of the two brothers the company was sold in 1920, and linked up with Graham Brothers of Evansville, who had supplied cabs and bodies for Dodge trucks. In 1922 Dodge Bros. (Britain) was set up in Fulham, London as a subsidiary of it´s American mother company. At first it marketed American vehicles including commercials, but in 1932 a British 2 ton truck was in production. Graham Brothers was absorbed by Dodge Brothers in 1927, and next year the company was sold to Chrysler. Bigger trucks (up to 7½ ton) became available, but from the 1930´s emphasis was laid on light to medium trucks. The company name was shortened to Dodge in 1936. Dodge was a major supplier of trucks during WW II, well known for the 1/2 ton and 3/4 tons series.

 

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