First Cousins and Big Brothers

Issue 5 and Volume 107.

First Cousins and Big Brothers ONE of the things about FIRE ENGINEERING which is a never-failing wonderment to us who publish it is its broad acceptance and readership. Primarily edited and printed for those whose business is fire suppression and prevention, we find that over the years FIRE ENGINEERING has become indispensable not only to fire chiefs in all firemanship brackets—professional, volunteer, private, military and governmental; but it is also read, retained and referred to by so many first “cousins” of the fire service—not alone the ubiquitous “fire buffs,” but civic and industrial and other officials whose names mean much in the world’s affairs. Just to give you an idea — we quote from a letter just received from the general manager of International B. F. Goodrich Corporations, Puerto Rico: “Recently I had opportunity to peruse an edition of FIRE ENGINEERING and having a desire to obtain a subscription for…

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