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The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 2 0 Browse Search
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Mclntire; Surgeon, A. L. Norris; Sergeant-Major, O. S. Brown. At subsequent meetings C. H. Mclntire, Jr., was made Junior Vice-Commander, George Graves, Jr., Chaplain, and John Ford Quartermaster-Sergeant. The Post bears on its rolls 462 names; 91 comrades have deceased. It has expended over $11,000 in its relief work. It now numbers 129 members. Its present officers are: Commander, T. I. Quinn; Senior Vice-Commander, Andrew Metzger; Junior Vice-Commander, F. O. Mansfield; Surgeon, Andrew Burke; Officer of the Day, William Voit; Adjutant, John Donelan; Quartermaster, John S. Kenney; Officer of the Guard, John Gilligan; Chaplain, T. H. Ball; Sergeant-Major, M. F. Davlin; Quartermaster-Sergeant, Peter B. Haley. Late in 1886 Mr. John D. Billings, then a member of E. W. Kinsley Post 113 of Boston, aided by Captain John S. Sawyer and Lieutenant John H. Webber, obtained signatures for a new Post in Cambridge. The application for a charter was signed largely by men who, for various