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Mr. Adolph Neumann, observer at the Minneapolis station, retired voluntarily at the termination of November 30, 1945. He was born on January 26, 1878, at Dubuque, Iowa, and entered the Weather Bureau on October 1, 1918, as assistant observer at St. Paul. In August, 1919, he was transferred to Minneapolis, where he remained until his retirement.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, January 1946, p. 8]



Miss L. Juanita Newlon, junior clerk-stenographer, at the Central Office, was retired for disability on May 31, 1936. Miss Newlon was born in Loudoun County, Va., on December 10, 1889. She entered the Weather Bureau service on June 10, 1925, serving at the Central Office in that capacity until her retirement. Previous to her appointment in the Weather Bureau she was employed by the War Department from October 20, 1917, to February 20, 1920; by the Veterans' Bureau from February 21, 1920, to April 10, 1925, and by the Coast and Geodetic Survey from April 11, 1925, to June 9, 1925.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, June 1936]




Mr. John F. Newsom died at Cape Henry, Va., on March 9, 1933. He was born at Wilson, N. C., on September 10, 1872. Mr. Newsom entered the service April 8, 1981, and served as assistant at Wilmington, N. C., and Norfolk, Va. He took charge of Cape Henry, Va., station on October 21, 1893, serving there in that capacity until his death.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, March 1933]



Mr. Augustus B. Nichols, printer at the Atlanta, Ga., station, was retired at the termination of November 30, 1936. He was born at Cross Hill, S.C., on November 13, 1871. Mr. Nichols was transferred to the Weather Bureau at New Orleans, La., on March 22, 1899, from the Government Printing Office, at which place he had been employed from 1893 to 1899. Subsequently he served at Vicksburg, Miss., Little Rock., Ark., and Atlanta, Ga. At the latter place he was employed from September 28, 1907, to the time of his retirement.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, November 1936]




Mr. Esek S. Nichols,former official in charge at Trenton, was retired at the termination of April 30, 1939, on account of ill health. Mr. Nichols was born in Caledonia, Wis., on October 4, 1874. He entered the Weather Bureau service as assistant at Seattle, on February 25, 1899, and later served as assistant at Helena and New York, and as official in charge at North Platte, Grand Junction, Harlingen, and Trenton. Due to ill health he was on leave without pay from November 1, 1938, to the time of his retirement. April 1939.

Mr. Esek S. Nichols, who was retired at the termination of April 30, 1939, died at Brattleboro, Vt., on July 26, 1941. An outline of his service and notice of his retirement will be found in the April 1939 issue of Topics and Personnel.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, February 1939]
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, November 1941]




E. Herbert Nimmo - The death of E. Herbert Nimmo occurred near San Diego, Cal., on April 7, 1917. Mr. Nimmo entered the service of the Weather Bureau on August 12, 1891, and his services were continuous up to February 10, 1917, when he was granted a furlough because of illness, which resulted in his death. For the past five years he was in charge of the station at San Diego. -- April 1917



Mr. Roscoe Nunn, official in charge of the St. Louis station, was retired May 31, 1938, after more than 46 years of Government service. Mr. Nunn was born in Lenoir Country, N. C., on May 29, 1868. He entered the Weather Bureau service on July 1, 1891, at Raleigh, N. C., at Nashville, Baltimore, St. Louis, and Denver.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, May 1938]

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