George J. Kuss Opens Office as Consulting Fire Engineer

Issue 12 and Volume 66.

George J. Kuss Opens Office as Consulting Fire Engineer George J. Kuss, who served for over twenty years in the New York fire department, part of the time as battalion and deputy chief and associated with the bureau of fire prevention, has opened an office at 64 West Broadway, New York City, as consulting engineer in fire control, prevention, and protection and dealer in fire department supplies, apparatus, equipment and appliances. Mr. Kuss passed through every grade and rank from fourth grade firemen to deputy chief. As a battalion chief he was in charge of the important high value section of lower Manhattan for nearly ten years. He was awarded the administration medal for organizing fire college extension courses, and was appointed instructor in the New York Fire College. Upon his promotion to the post of deputy chief on January 1, 1918, he was assigned to the borough of Brooklyn,…

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