Issue 6 and Volume 64.

OBITUARY Chief Michael A. Dunn. Michael A. Dunn, chief of the Hoboken, N. J., fire department, died at his home in that city on Saturday, August 3, at the age of 57 years. His illness arose from exposure during the late severe winter, when constant calls to duty caused him to break down, and kidney trouble developed. Chief Dunn was appointed as one of the fire commissioners of Hoboken in 1899, and after fulfilling the duties of that office for one year, he became, on January 22, 1900, assistant chief of the fire department. In December, 1900, he was appointed chief, succeeding Chief 1. D. Applegate, who had resigned. The fire department of Hoboken, under Chief Dunn’s leadership, has attained a high state of efficiency. He was a member of the Hoboken Lodge, 74, B. P. O. E., Hoboken Council, No. 159, K. of C., and Division No. 171, B.…

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