The Globe Miami Mine Rescue Station is shown, with a truck in the Station's open garage and a car parked nearby. The Mine Rescue Station was built and equipped by the Globe-Miami District Mine Rescue and First Aid Association, a cooperative association organized by mine operators in the Globe-Miami district, Gila County, Arizona. The Station supported rescue efforts for the Old Dominion Mine, which operated from 1914 into the 1960s. The Station building was later turned into a local museum. The town of Globe was founded in 1876, and Miami established in 1907 to support local mining. The two communities were rivals but eventually merged to some extent.
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