Boston Dedicates New Fire Alarm Station

Issue 13 and Volume 78.

Boston Dedicates New Fire Alarm Station The handsome new fire alarm central station in the Fenway, Boston, Mass., was officially dedicated on the afternoon of September 17 with appropriate ceremonies. The program included addresses by Mayor James M. Curley, Fire Commissioner Theodore A. Glynn, and F. E. Cabot, secretary of the Boston Board of Fire Underwriters. The invocation was by the Rev. William H. Dewart, D. D., and music was furnished by the 101st Veterans’ Band. George L. Fickett, superintendent of fire alarms; Richard Shaw, architect of the structure; and Thomas D. O’Connor, builder, were called to the platform and introduced to the audience. Chief Daniel F. Sennott and Richard Donahue, assistant superintendent of fire alarms, aided Commissioner Glynn in managing the ceremonies after which visitors were escorted through the building. During the course of his speech Mayor Curley took occasion toendorse the candidacy of Fire Commissioner Glynn for mayor…

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