Leadership

KIND WORDS FOR THE JOURNAL.

Issue 3 and Volume 3.

KIND WORDS FOR THE JOURNAL. FROM CHIEF ELI BATES, OF NEW YORK. HEADQUARTERS FIRE DEPARTMENT, CITY OF NEW YORK, OFFICE CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT. 155 and 157 Mercer Street, NEW YORK, January 13, 1879. To THE EDITOR OF THE FIREMAN’S JOURNAL. Dear Sir—Permit me to commend the appearance and make up of the first number of your paper for the current year. I think the change from the old style cover a marked improvement, and as the paper is of much better quality in color the print is clear, distinct and easily read. Success to it. Yours Very Truly, ELI BATES, Chief of Department. FROM CHIEF JAMES McQUADE, OF ALBANY. CHIEF ENGINEER’S OFFICE, ALBANY, January 10, 1879. To THE EDITOR OF THE FIREMAN’S JOURNAL. s not been my custom to write recommendations for any thing appertaining to Fire Departments, but I must depart in this instance from a rule which I…

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