died at Cape May on March 24, 1926. He was born in Germany on
October 1, 1856. After serving five years in the United States
Cavalry, he enlisted in the Signal Corps on October 6, 1880, and,
with the exception of two short intervals, was connected with
the weather service continuously until his death. Mr. Dorman was
assigned to the Central Office from 1893 to 1898. Among his longer
assignments in charge were Santo Domingo, 1898-1901; Elkins, 1903-1911;
Palestine, 1913-1919; and Cape May thereafter.
Samuel M. Dudley,
guard at the Central Office, was voluntarily retired at the termination
of June 30, 1943. He was born in Sumter County, Alabama on August
2, 1873. Mr. Dudley's service in the Weather Bureau began on November
8, 1940, as relief guard. Mr. Dudley was employed in the Department
of Commerce and Labor from 1906 to 1919.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, October 1943]
died at Scranton on June 1, 1925. Though in ill health for the
last year, he was absent from duty only a few days before his
death. Mr. Dudley was born October 31, 1871, at Baltimore, Md.
After being employed in a temporary capacity at the Baltimore
station for a bout a year, he formally entered the Weather Service
on August 9, 1890, and served successively at Atlanta, New Orleans,
and Montgomery until early in 1896. From that time until June
of 1896 he was in charge at Savannah; then at Mobile until 1903;
and thereafter at Scranton.
Bureau Topics and Personnel, May 1925]
Charles C. Duvall,
telegrapher, has been retired, effective September 30, 1930. Mr.
Duvall was born at Abbeville, S.C., on September 18, 1863. He
entered the Weather Bureau on October 23, 1922, and served in
the Telegraph Division of the Central Office from that date until
noon of September 2, 1930, when he was granted leave on account
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, November
junior observer at the city office of Cheyenne, died May 18, 1932.
He was born in New York, N. Y., November 28, 1887. Mr. Dworsak
entered the Weather Bureau service on May 22, 1930, and served
continuously at Cheyenne.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, May 1932]