Prominent Authorities Among Contributors

Prominent Authorities Among Contributors

Many Well-Known Names in List of Those Who Have Been Writing Articles on Water Supply and Fire Protection Subjects for the Readers of Fire and Water Engineering

WHO writes for FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING? Our readers will be interested in looking through the following list of those whose articles have appeared in these pages during the past year or so. Many of them are regular contributors to FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING, others have furnished single articles, but all are recognized as authorities along some particular phase of fire protection or water supply.

The function of the modern trade or technical journal is to provide its readers with the news of its field and to present the constructive views of the various leaders in the field. This, we believe, FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING has been doing to a marked degree, and it is with no little degree of pride in past achievement and hope and promise for the future that we present our readers with the following list of editorial contributors:

CONTRIBUTORS ON WATER SUPPLY SUBJECTS

J. WALTER ACKERMAN superintendent of water department, Watertown, N. Y.

THOS. L. AMISS superintendent of water works, Shreveport. La.

GEORGE C. ANDREWS water commissioner, Buffalo, N. Y.

H. E. BABBIT assistant supervisor, municipal and sanitary engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.

M. Z. BAIR chief sanitary engineer, Arkansas state board of health.

E. E. BANKSON J. N. Chester Engineers, Pittsburgh, Pa.

H. E. BARNHARD chemist. Indiana state board of health.

PROF. EDWARD BARTOW University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.

GEORGE W. BATCHELDER superintendent of water works, Worcester, Mass.

H. M. BEARDSLEY general manager, water works, Elmira. N. Y.

FREDERICK E. BECK chief engineer, Consolidated Water Company. Utica, N. Y.

E. J. BIRGE division of epidemiology, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

G. C. BLALOCK instructor in electrical engineering, Purdue University. La Fayette, Ind.

R. K. BLANCHARD Neptune Meter Company. New York City.

H. P. BOHMANN superintendent of water works, Milwaukee, Wis.

WALLACE R. BRAND superintendent of water works, Hallowell, Me.

R. P. BRICKER president and general manager, Shelley Water Company, Shelley, Ohio.

CHARLES BROSSMAN consulting engineer, Indianapolis, Ind.

WILLIAM W. BRUSH deputy chief engineer, department of water supply, gas and electricity. New York City.

CHARLES B. BURDICK Alvord & Burdick Engineers, Chicago, Ill.

PHILIP BURGESS Burgess & Niple, consulting engineers. Columbus, Ohio.

SYLVESTER Q. CANNON city engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah.

PHIL CARLIN superintendent of water works, Sioux City. Ia.

H. Y. CARSON American Cast Iron Pipe Company. Birmingham, Ala.

W. G. CHACE chief engineer, secretary, Winnipeg Water District. Winnipeg. Man.

J. F. CHRISTY superintendent, city water and light plant. Jonesboro, Ark.

O. E. CLEMENS Spring Valley Water Company, San Francisco, Cal.

WALTER S. COULTER consulting engineer. New York City.

W. S. CRAMER superintendent, Lexington Water Company. Lexington, Ky.

ARTHUR M. CRANE general manager. New York Continental Jewell Filtration Company.

CARLETON E. DAVIS chief, bureau of water, Philadelphia. Pa.

F. W. DEAN Wheelock. Dean & Bogue, Boston. Mass.

PAYNE DEAN Payne Dean, Ltd., New York City.

D. A. DECROW manager of water works department. Worthington Pump & Machinery Corp., New York City.

JOHN M. DIVEN secretary, American Water Works Association, New York City.

PROF. J. H. DUNLOP State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Ia.

R. E. DUTTON C.E., engineer, Salem, Mass., water department.

HARRISON P. EDDY Metcalf & Eddy, Boston. Mass.

J. W. ELLMS engineer, water purification, division of water, Cleveland, Ohio.

H. M. ELY superintendent of water company, Danville, Ill.

S. L. ETNYRE superintendent water works, Council Bluffs, Iowa.

D. D. EWING professor of electric railway engineering. Purdue University, La Fayette, Ind.

G. M. PAIR instructor, sanitary engineering, Harvard University. Cambridge, Mass.

GEORGE H. PENKELL superintendent and general manager, water department, Detroit, Mich.

CHARLES S. FOREMAN first assistant engineer, water department. Kansas City, Mo.

D. W. FRENCH superintendent. Hackensack, N. J., Water Company.

GEORGE W. FULLER consulting engineer, New York City. CREED W. FULTON N. E. manager, Goulds Mfg. Company, Boston, Mass.

H. A. GALLAGHER manager, Independence. Mo., Water Works Company.

J. E. GIBSON manager and engineer, Charleston, S. C.

X. H. GOODNOUGH director and chief engineer. Mass, department of public health.

CHARLES R. GOW Charles R. Gow Company, Boston, Mass.

JAMES W. GRAHAM superintendent water works, Portland. Me.

SAMUEL A. GREELEY Pierce, Greeley & Hansen, consulting engineers, Chicago, Ill.

R. EDMAN GREENFIELD Illinois state water survey division, Urbana, Ill.

DON M. GRISWOLD associate professor. State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

DOW R. GWINN president, Terre Haute, Ind., Water Company.

G. C. HABERMEYER civil and sanitary engineer, Urbana, Ill.

D. H. HALL superintendent. Bridgeport Hydraulic Company.

GEORGE C. HAMMOND consulting engineer, Brooklyn, N. Y.

K. LEROY HAMMOND publicity representative, East Bay Water Company, San Francisco. Cal.

L. M. HASTINGS city engineer, Cambridge, Mass.

T. CHALKLEY HATTON chief engineer, sewage commission. Milwaukee, Wis.

ALLEN HAZEN consulting engineer. New York City.

CHARLES R. HENDERSON manager, Davenport Water Company. Davenport, Iowa.

SCOTLAND G. HIGHLAND secretary and general manager. water department, Clarksburg, W. Va.

NICHOLAS S. HILL, JR. Hill & Ferguson. New York City.

JACK J. HINMAN, JR. State University of Iowa, Iowa City. Iowa.

A. S. HOLWAY superintendent of water works, Oklahoma City. Okla.

THEODORE HORTON chief engineer. New York state department of health.

L. R. HOWSON Alvord & Burdick, engineers, Chicago, Ill.

EDWIN C. HURD sewer department. Indianapolis, Ind.

FRED M. HYDE assistant engineer. San Francisco. Cal.

J. CHRIS JENSEN city engineer. Council Bluffs, Iowa.

COL. GEORGE A. JOHNSON consulting engineer. New York City.

FRANK C. JORDAN secretary. Indianapolis Water Company.

SAMUEL E. KILLAM superintendent of pipe lines and reservoirs. Poston. Mass.

HORACE KINGMAN superintendent water works, Brockton. Mass.

HOMER v. KNOUSE assistant superintendent, Metropolitan Utilities District, Omaha, Neb.

PAUL LANHAM engineer in charge of waste detection. Washington, D. C.

W. H. LAWRENCE superintendent of water works. Kalispell. Mont.

J. W. LEDOUX consulting engineer. Philadelphia. Pa.

T. KEITH LEGARE city engineer. Columbia, S. C.

COL. THEODORE LEISEN chief engineer, Detroit, Mich.

BEEKMAN C. LITTLE superintendent water works, Rochester. N. Y.

A. T. LUCE engineer and superintendent, water company. Des Moines, Iowa.

JAMES R. McCLINTOCK Fuller & McClintock, consulting engineers. New York City.

R. E. McDONNELL Burns & McDonnell, consulting engineers. Kansas City. Mo.

HENRY V. MACKSEY superintendent, Framingham. Mass.

A. E. MARTIN superintendent water works, Springfield. Mass.

JOHN T. MARTIN commissioner of water, Cleveland. Ohio.

PAUL MASON Columbus, Ohio.

H. P. MATTE chief sanitary engineer, state department of public health of Illinois.

D. H. MAXWELL assistant engineer, Alvord & Burdick. Chicago, Ill.

JOHN C MELLETT Indianapolis, Ind.

GEORGE R. MEEKER Geneseo. N. Y.

LEONARD METCALF Metcalf & Eddy, engineers, Boston. Mass.

ERNEST L. MEYER superintendent water department, Glens Falls, N. Y.

WILLIAM MOLIS Muscatine. Iowa.

H. F. MOORE research professor of engineering materials. University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.

ADOLPH MUELLER Mueller Manufacturing Company, Decatur, Ill.

FRED B. NELSON, C.E. department of water supply, gas and electricity. New York City.

REEVES J. NEWSOM commissioner of water supply, Lynn.

WILLIAM J. ORCHARD sanitary engineer. Newark, N. J.

M. M O’SKAUGHNESSY, city engineer. San Francisco. Cal.

S. W. PARR, professor, applied chemistry, University of Illinois. Urbana, Ill.

CLYDE POTTS, civil engineer, New York City.

GEOROE T. PRINCE, Prince, Nixon Engineering Company. Omaha, Neb

E. M. PROCTOR, E. A. James Company, consulting engineers. Toronto.

PATRICK QUILTY, assistant engineer, department of water supply, gas and electricity. New York City.

WILLIAM RAYMOND, Dean College of Applied Science, State University of Iowa. Iowa City, Iowa.

R. HELMAN ROSENTHAL, chemist of water department. Dallas. Texas.

C. M. ROOS, secretary. Cairo. Ill., Water Company.

CALEB M SAVILLE, superintendent water works. Hartford. Conn.

ALBERT M. SAWYER, registrar, water department. Haverhill. Mass.

FRED SCHULDER, United Brass Manufacturing Company. Cleveland. Ohio.

CHARLES W. SHERMAN, Metcalf & Eddy. Boston. Mass.

MORRIS R. SHERRERD, consulting engineer. Newark. N. J.

V. BERNARD SIMMS, assistant superintendent of water department. Baltimore, Md.

GEORGE SIMONDS, JR., chief sanitary engineer of Florida state board of health.

J. WALDO SMITH, chief engineer, department of water supply, gas and electricity. New York City.

MILTON F. STEIN, designing engineer, division of sanitary engineering. Cleveland, Ohio.

NORMAN S. STEINMAN, New York City.

PRED O. STEVENS, superintendent of water works. Weymouth, Mass.

E. J. SULLIVAN, superintendent water works, Chisholm. Minn.

HENRY W. TAYLOR, consulting engineer. New York City.

CHIEF A. B. TEN EYCK, Hamilton, Ont.

LOUIS L. TRIBUS, consulting engineer. New York Pity.

L. VAN GILDER, superintendent of water works, Atlantic city. N. J.

ISAAC S. WALKER, general manager, New Chester Water Company, New Chester. Fa,

J. N. WELLS, superintendent, water works company, Muncie. Ind.

JAMES P. WELLS, hydraulic engineer, Rochester. N. Y.

RAY C. WERNER, director of division of water analysis, Georgia state hoard of health.

GEORGE C. WHIPPLE, Harvard University. Cambridge. Mass.

E. K. WILL superintendent of water works, Lancaster, Pa.

JOHN WILSON, consulting engineer, Duluth. Minn.

ABEL WOLMAN. division engineer, state board of health. Baltimore, Md.

FIRE PROTECTION AND PREVENTION WRITERS

CHIEF JAMES ARMSTRONG, Kingston, Ont.

JOHN ASHMEAD, fire protection engineer.

CHIEF JOHN J. BARNETT, Atlantic City, N. J.

LIEUT. GLENN A BEALL, fire department, Columbus, Ohio.

WALTER B. BELL, commissioner of Fire Prevention, Tenn.

CHIEF LOUIS BEHRENS, Charleston, S. C.

HARRY BELKNAP, Cambridge. Mass.

CHIEF WM. C. BERKHOLTZ, Fresno. Cal.

CHIEF GEORGE M. BOWER, Rome. N. Y.

CHIEF SAM. B. BOYD. Knoxville, Tenn.

CHIEF W. W. BRIDGEFORD, Albany. N. Y.

H. W. BRINGHURST, fire marshal. Seattle, Wash.

CHIEF SHERWOOD B. BROCKWELL, safety engineer, North Carolina insurance department. Raleigh, N. C.

CHIEF WALTER BUEL, Parsons. Kan.

H. A. BURNHAM, engineer, Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies.

COL. G. A. BURRELL.

CHIEF W. H. BYWATER, Salt Lake City. Utah.

CHIEF TIMOTHY E. CALLAHAN, Detroit. Mich.

M. I. CARR, engineer. Underwriters’ Laboratories. Chicago, Ill.

CHIEF PETER B. CARTER, Camden. N. J.

CHIEF CORNELIUS CASEY, Troy. N. Y.

CHIEF THOMAS A. CLANCY, Milwaukee. Wis.

WHARTON CLAY, fire protection engineer. Chicago, Ill.

CHIEF WILLIAM B. CODY. Atlanta. Ga.

CAPT. JOHN J. CONWAY, fire department. Cincinnati. Ohio.

HARRY J CORCORAN, National Board of Fire Underwriters. 76 William Street. New York City.

CHIEF W. N. DAGGETT. Springfield, Mass.

CHIEF E. F. DAHILL. New Bedford, Mass.

CHIEF ROSS B. DAVIS, Philadelphia. Pa.

CHIEF HUGO R. DELFS, Lansing, Mich.

E. E. DESSION, special agent, Arson Dept., National Board of Fire Underwriters.

A. L. DUCKETT, city electrician. Asheville, N. C.

COL. B. W. DUNN, chief inspector. Bureau of Conbustibles, American Railway Ass’n, New York City.

H. A. DYKEMAN, state fire marshal of Ohio.

CHIEF AUGUST EMRICH, Baltimore. Md.

CHIFF JOHN H. ESPEY, Elmira N. Y.

CHIEF JOHN M. EVANS, New Orleans. La.

CAPT C. R. G. FISHER. American Red Cross.

HENRY A. FISKE. Providence, R. I.

T. ALFRED FLEMING, Supervisor of Conservation. National Board of Fire Underwriters.

E. V. FRENCH, Fngineer. Arkwright Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Boston. Mass.

H. H. FRIEDLEY. state fire marshal, Indiana.

JOHN G. GAMBER, state fire marshal of Illinois.

ROBERT J. GASKELL, chief electrician, department of public safety. Fort Wayne. Ind.

CAPT. C. ALBERT GASSER, inspector, Bureau of Combustibles and Fire Risks. Newark. N. J.

CHIEF AUGUST GERSTUNG, Elizabeth, N. J.

ALBERT GLEUCK, St. Bernard. Iowa.

CHIEF A. J. GOETZ, San Antonio. Texas.

G. S. GOLDWATER, fire marshal, Detroit. Mich.

MAJOR CLARENCE GOLDSMITH, National Board of Fire Underwriters. Chicago. Ill.

CHIEF T. J. GOUGH, Conneaut, Ohio.

CHIEF WILFRID GRANT, Gary. Ind.

CHIEF W. C. GREEN. Concord. N. H.

J. T. GREENE, superintendent, fire and police alarm and telegraph, Toledo. Ohio.

GEORGE H. GREENFIELD, fire prevention and saftey engineer. Canadian Car & Foundry Company. Ltd.

F. M. GRISWOLD, fire protection engineer. New York City.

CHIEF T. H. HANEY, Jacksonville. Fla.

CHIEF PHILIP J. HARTY, Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company. Youngstown. Ohio.

CHARLES B. HAYWARD, M. S. A. E., New York City.

CHIEF JOHN F. HEALY, Denver, Col.

CHIEF ALEX HENDERSON, Kansas City. Mo.

WILLIAM F. HENNESEY, assistant electrical engineer. New York Fire Department.

CHIEF FRANK HOCHREITER, Wilkesbarre, Pa.

E. T. HOLMAN, Tennessee Inspection Bureau.

WILLIAM G. HOWARD, assistant superintendent and state forester. New York State Conservation Commission. Albany, N. Y.

S. C. HOYL, first assistant chief. Indianapolis. Ind.

CHIEF SAMUEL F. HUNTER, Springfield. Ohio.

L. T. HUSSEY, state fire marshal, Kansas.

S. W. INGLISH, manager, Texas inspection bureau, Dallas, Texas.

CHIEF DANIEL E. JOHNSON, Bridgeport. Conn.

EVERETT JUDSON, assistant sanitary engineer, U. S. public health service.

CHIEF JOHN KENLON, New York City.

CHIEF JOHN C. MACK, Lima. Ohio.

GEORGE A. MADISON, chief inspector, St. Louis Fire Prevention Bureau.

R. G. MALONE, chief engineer, Louisiana fire prevention bureau. New Orleans. La.

WILBER E. MALLALIEU, general manager, National Board of Fire Underwriters.

FRANK L. MARTIN, Philadelphia. Pa.

WILLIAM B. MARTIN, superintendent, fire alarm and telegraph. Albany. N. Y.

CHIEF HENRY MAYER, Bloomington. Ill.

J. H. McELROY, deputy state insurance commissioner of Oklahoma.

J. C. McDONNELL, assistant fire marshal, Chicago, Ill.

CHARLES E. MEEK, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.

CHARLES H. MEIGS, New York City.

CHIEF R. O. MESNAR, Canton, Ohio.

CHIEF J. C MORAN, Hartford. Conn.

F. R. MORGARIDGE, special agent. National Board of Fire Underwriters.

HARRY MOSS, special agent. National Board of Fire Underwriters.

EX-FIRE MARSHAL JOHN R. MURPHY, Boston, Mass.

J. F. MEARS, Cleveland, Ohio.

CHIEF W. H. MURPHY, Sears-Roebuck Company, Philadelphia, Pa.

CHIEF JAMES J. MULCAHEY, Yonkers, N. Y.

CHIEF THOMAS A. MYERS, Dallas, Texas.

CHIEF THOMAS J O’CONNOR, General Electric Company, Schenectady. N. Y.

ARTHUR C. PRICE, fire marshal. Minneapolis, Miss.

DAVID J. PRICE, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington. D. C.

CHARLES B. PRITCHARD, Director of Public Safety, Pittsburgh. Pa.

CHIEF FRANK G. REYNOLDS, Augusta, Ga.

CHARLES A. RICHARDS, county agriculture agent, North Vernon. Ind.

CHIEF CHARLES W. RINGER, Minneapolis, Minn.

CHIEF PETER J. ROSAR, Scranton, Pa.

CHIEF W. RUSSELL, Toronto, Ont.

HOMER RUTLEDGE, assistant state fire marshal of Michigan.

E. L. SANDERS, vice-president. Merchants & Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, Worcester, Mass.

JAMES O. SCHWANK, superintendendent, fire patrol, New York City.

FRED SHEPPERD, M.E., New York City.

CHIEF DANIEL H. SHIRE, fire department, Rock Island, Ill., Arsenal.

CHIEF CHARLES C. SLEMP, Anadarko, Okla.

G. WALDON SMITH, insurance commissioner of Maine.

EX-CHIEF FRANK E. SOULE. Coatesville, Pa.

CHIEF ALVIN SPITZER, Scotia, N. Y.

FIRST ASSISTANT CHIEF STAHLHUT, Fort Wayne, Ind.

CHIEF H. L. STANTON. Norwich. Conn.

CHIFF B. H STEELE, Billings. Mont.

CHIEF W. W. STEPHENS, fire department. Southern Manganese Corporation. Anniston, La.

JAY W. STEVENS. National Board of Fire Underwriters, San Francisco, Cal.

CHIEF CARL D. STOCKWELL, Burlington, Vt.

JOHN A. STULB. Augusta, Ga.

RAYMOND SZYMANOWITZ, chemist. Newark. N. J.

CAPT. JOHN H. TAGUE, fire prevention bureau, Bridgeport. Conn.

AUGUST W. THODE, first vice-president, Illinois Firemen’s Association.

FREDFRICK S. TITSWORTH, C. E. M. F., New York City.

CAPT C W TISDALE, fire department, Jersey City. N. J.

JAMES R. _____R, architect, Rochester. N. Y.

W. N. VAN CAMP, state fire marshal of South Dakota.

CHIEF PETER E. WALSH, fire department, Boston, Mass.

WALTER L. WFDGFR, chemist, department of public safety, Boston, Mass.

JOHN E. WEIER, Foamite Firefoam Company. New York City.

FRANKLIN H. WENTWORTH, secretary. National Fire Protection Association. Boston. Mass.

CHIEF ELLIOTT WHITEHEAD, Oakland. Cal.

CHARLES A. WHITNEY, engineer, National Board of Fire Underwriters.

CHIEF HENRY R. YATES, Schenectady, N. Y.

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