San Francisco and the Golden Jubilee

Issue 4 and Volume 71.

San Francisco and the Golden Jubilee The choice of San Francisco as the convention city of the International Association of Fire Engineers for 1922 is a wise one. This is true from whatever angle the subject is viewed. For one thing, it affords an opportunity that may never come again for chiefs all over the country to visit the far west under most favorable circumstances. Another very important reason for the convention going to the far west this year is the fact that it will be the first time that the I. A. F. E. has held its annual gathering in that section of the country. As a matter of justice, the western chiefs are entitled to this convention, and this is especially true from the fact that these men have so loyally supported the organization and have come great distances to its various conventions each year. Already indications seem…

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