Leadership

THe NEW YORK STATE ASSOCIATION OF FIRE CHIEFS.

Issue 21 and Volume 39.

THe NEW YORK STATE ASSOCIATION OF FIRE CHIEFS. HENRY R. YATES. The New York State Association of Fire Chiefs has been organised since October 18, 1904. A circular letter was sent to the chiefs throughout New York State by Chief Quigley, of Syracuse, and was indorsed by the following chiefs: M. E. Higgins; Henry R. Yates; George Nagengast; Leonard Briggs; Charles Little; and John P. Quigley. A meeting was called for 11:30 a. m., on October 18, 1904, at Syracuse, N. Y. The meeting was well attended, and, after discussing the situation, byelaws were adopted and officers selected for the ensuing year. The following were elected officers: President. John P. Quigley; vicepresident, Chief Byron, of Troy; secretary-treasurer, Chief Yates, of Schenectady; directors, Chief Higgins, of Albany, and Chief Briggs, of Rome. The annual meeting of the association was called at Schenectady on May 10 and 11, 1905. It was well…

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