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  • Name of Tartan:
    New York Fire Dept. (Corporate)
  • Alternative Name: New York Fireman's Pipe Band
  • ITI Number: 60
  • Category: American Corporate
  • Designer / Source: Grainger & Campbell
  • Date: Feb 1964
New York Fire Dept. (Corporate)
  • Notes: Designed by Grainger & Campbell of Argyll Street, Glasgow and used on ceremonial occasions. Broad blue lightened to show the sett. D C Stewart in Nomindex says based on Hunting Rose (#1226) with the red line of the Rose replaced by azure. Sample in STA Johnston Collection in which the blue is so dark as to be almost indistinguishable from the black. See also #946 - Nisbet Dress Rose. A sample exists in the Johnston Collection labelled New York Police Band but the STA has always been under the impression that that band were very much Irish oriented and wore plain green kilts.
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