Leadership

THE I. A. F. E. PROCEEDINGS

Issue 7 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—Chief Kenlon, of the New York City Department, Nominated to the Presidency and Elected by Unanimous Vote FOURTH DAY—FRIDAY, JUNE 27 (Continued from page 299) Morning Session, 9:30 O’clock PRESIDENT Rozetta—In conclusion, I have many reasons why I am under obligations to you. You have conferred the very highest of honors upon me, you have given me your co-operation. Without that my administration would have been a failure. I shall soon be retired to the ranks where I belong, among the bone and sinew of this body. The 47th annual convention will soon be a matter of history. What it has been, is for you, gentlemen, to judge. If there have been any errors made, I assure you the fault was one of the head, rather than of the…

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