Issue 3 and Volume 66.

THE I. A. F. E. PROCEEDINGS Official Record of the Doings at the Annual Convention of the International Association of Fire Engineers—Lively Discussions of Important and Timely Subjects The Two-Platoon System and the Gas Mask Fire Prevention FIRST DAY, JUNE 24, 1919 Morning Session, 10:30 O’clock THE forty-second annual convention of the International Association of Fire Engineers convened in the Francis I Room of the Baltimore Hotel, Kansas City, Mo., on Tuesday, June 24, 1919, at 10:30 o’clock a.m. At the hour set for the opening of the convention, the general dining room of the Baltimore Hotel, used temporarily for the morning session, was crowded with members of the association and ladies in attendance with the following occupying seats on the platform: President, A. A. Rozetta, Chief, Nashville, Tenn.; First Vice-President, John Kenlon, Chief, New York City, N. Y.; Secretary, James McFall, General Fire Marshal, Emergency Fleet Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa.;…

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