Leadership

Albany, Ga., in Line for 1927 Prize

Issue 1 and Volume 81.

Albany, Ga., in Line for 1927 Prize With fire losses the lowest in its history and far lower than the that it was awarded the prize by the United States Chamber of Commerce, Albany, Ga., it is believed, is likely to win the award for 1927. D. W. Brosnan is chief of the department and is also a director of the International Association of Fire Chiefs. The honors that have come to Albany, Ga., are as follows: 1924—Class A award for the best record in fire prevention and fire control in all cities in the country under 20,000 population. 1925—Grand award for the best record of any city in the United States regardless of size. 1926—Grand award for the best record of any city in the United States regardless of size. Chief Brosnan and his men confidentially believe that they will be awarded the prize for 1927 because of the…

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