Chief Pope, Boston, Dined

Issue 1 and Volume 90.

Chief Pope, Boston, Dined Chief Samuel J. Pope, recently appointed head of the Boston, Mass., Fire Department, was tendered a complimentary dinner at the Hotel Bradford in Boston, on the evening of December 29. About seven hundred persons attended. Fire Commissioner Edward F. McLaughlin was Honorary Chairman of the committee and Daniel J. Looney was Executive Chairman. Frederick R. Sullivan, Chairman of the Boston School committee, served as toastmaster. The affair was held under the auspices of the Officers’ Club and the Russell Club, of the Boston Fire Department, assisted by the Massachusetts State Firemen’s Association and the Massachusetts Permanent Firemen’s Association. The speakers included Judge Charles S. Sullivan, ex-Chief Daniel F. Sennott, Brig.-Gen. Charles F. Cole, Rev. W. Bradley Whitney, Rev. Dr. Lewis Kelleher, Fire Commissioner McLaughlin, Representative John P. Higgins, and Chief William C. Mahoney, Peabody. Chief Pope, in replying to the many fine things that had been…

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