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Mr. William D. Lee, clerk in the Central Office, was voluntarily retired at the termination of January 31, 1944. He was born in Easton, Md., on September 11, 1879. He entered the Weather Bureau service on July 1, 1914. Mr. Lee's entire service in the Weather Bureau has been in the Central Office.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, March 1944]




Mr. William S. Lee, junior laborer at the Central Office, was retired at the termination of December 31, 1938, on account of total disability. He was born in Alexandria, Va., on January 18, 1888. Mr. Lee entered the Weather Bureau service as junior laborer on December 1, 1924. He served in the U. S. Army from October 26, 1917, to February 22, 1919, and later was assigned to the Torpedo Station in Alexandria, Va. His entire service in the Weather Bureau was in Washington, D.C.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, January 1939]




Mr. Gustave S. Lindgren, official in charge of the Albany station, was retired at the termination of April 30, 1942. He was born in Wermland, Sweden, on April 30, 1872. His service in the Weather Bureau began October 1, 1904 at New York as a printer. He later served as assistant at New York and as official in charge of Sandy Hook, Pensacola, Charlotte and Albany. He has been in charge of the latter station since 1924.

Mr. Gustave S. Lindgren, who was retired at the termination of April 30, 1942, died at his home in Spring Lake, N.J., on October 13, 1943.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, May 1943]



Mr. Robert T. Lindley, official in charge of the Vicksburg station, was voluntarily retired at the termination of October 31, 1942. He was born at Elizabethtown, Ind., on May 25, 1873. His services in the Weather Bureau began at Milwaukee on September 6, 1901 as assistant. He subsequently served as assistant at Nashville, Jacksonville and Montgomery, and as official in charge at Asheville, Cairo and Vicksburg. He has been at the latter station since December 1918. Prior to his Weather Bureau service he was employed in the Post Office Department from October 1900 to September 1901.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, March 1943]



Mr. Charles E. Linney, in charge at Santa Fe, N. Mex., died on May 1, 1932. He was born in Clinton County, Iowa, on April 26, 1867. Mr. Linney entered the Signal Corps on April 22, 1890, as assistant at Leavenworth. He later served as assistant at Chicago, Milwaukee, Denver, and Santa Fe, and as official in charge at Springfield, Ill., and Cairo. He was placed in charge at Santa Fe on May 4, 1909.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, April 1932]




Mr. Julius G. Linsley, retired, died at his home in Oswego, N. Y., on August 2, 1931. A brief outline of Mr. Linsley's services will be found in the June, 1928, number of TOPICS AND PERSONNEL.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, August 1931]


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