The main office of Pioneer Title was the Fire House #3. You will see a rich and varied history as you page through the information below.

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“Chattanooga Named” If you walk out the front door and look to your right you will see a plaque about Chattanooga's first school and pointing out this is the location the leaders selected the name for the city.
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“Fire House #3” Thanks to Jim Jordan we can see what the early fire house looked like and his painting gives us the feel of what it must have been like to answer the call in those early years.
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"Fire Bound Fillies" This document is hanging on the wall at Pioneer Title. Many thanks to it's creator Jim Jordan
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"Fire Hall Circa 1970" This photo shows the modernized building with the two bays for trucks ready to go.
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"Fire Hall Today" Maybe it should be titled Pioneer Titles Main office. The old fire hall has been remodeled and converted to the offices we use today.
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“Present Day Area” This photo shows what can happen in almost 200 years. From a small Cherokee fishing village to a major trading post and now a vibrant and growing city. Pioneer Title is proud to be a part of our revitalized downtown
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