Leadership

Henry C. Henley Dead

Issue 6 and Volume 61.

Henry C. Henley Dead Henry C. Henley, superintendent of the Fire Prevention Bureau of St. Louis, Mo., died very suddenly on January 20, hardening of the arteries being the cause of death. He was sixty years of age and had been superintendent of the bureau for many years. He was prominent as a fire prevention expert and was the author of many fire prevention pamphlets. His work contributed materially to the reduction in fire loss in St. Louis in the last few years. He became a member of the St. Louis salvage corps in 1881 and a few years later he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant, and in 1887 he was appointed chief inspector. He was an active member of the International Association of Fire Engineers and was also a member of the executive committee of the National Fire Protection Association and well known for his work in…

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