Leadership

Massachusetts Fire Chiefs’ Club Meets

Issue 14 and Volume 74.

Massachusetts Fire Chiefs’ Club Meets The September meeting of the Massachusetts Fire Chiefs’ Club was held at Marblehead in the nature of an informal gathering and outing with the members of the ladies’ auxiliary of the club. In the absence of Chief James M. Casey, of Cambridge, president of the club, who is seriously ill with typhoid fever, Chief W. F. Daley, of Brockton, vice-president, presided. About 150 fire chiefs attended the meeting with the members of their families and invited guests. A fish dinner was enjoyed at the Adams’ House overlooking the harbor and later, the members were taken for an automobile ride about the town and over to Marblehead Neck. A motor boat trip was also included in the program. Brief addresses were made by Fire Commissioner Theodore A. Glynn and Chief John O. Taber, of Boston, and by Chief Daley, who introduced the speakers. Each member of…

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