Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Chief Reynolds

Issue 12 and Volume 52.

Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Chief Reynolds Frank G. Reynolds, chief of the Augusta, Ga., fire department, rounded out his twenty-five years in the paid fire department on Sunday, September 15. His friends are congratulating him upon his record in the department, for he has been an executive officer in the department twenty-one years of that time. Chief Reynolds was appointed a call man September 15, 1887. At that time half of the firemen were regulars and half call men, and it was not until January, 1888, that he was put on as a regular. He was first assigned to the old No. 2 company, and later put with the truck, which company he remained with until he was elected assistant chief of the department. He was first elected assistant chief and foreman of the hook and ladder in 1891, but the position of assistant chief was not made a separate office…

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