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Vail, Herbert E.: Born at Waterloo, N. Y., on November 21, 1858; entered the Weather Bureau service as assistant at Mobile on March 12, 1898. In October, 1899, he was transferred as assistant to the Albany station where he remained until the time of his retirement. Retired at the termination of June 30, 1932.

Mr. Herbert E. Vail, who was retired at the termination of June 30, 1932, died at his home in Albany, N.Y., on September 24, 1941. An outline of his service and notice of his retirement will be found in the June 1932 issue of Topics and Personnel.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, June 1932]
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, November 1941]




Mr. Jesse L. Vanderpool,official in charge of the Rochester station, was retired at the termination of February 28, 1941, on account of disability. He was born in Le Raysville, Pa., on April 20, 1878. Mr. Vanderpool entered the Weather Bureau service at Rochester as messenger on July 1, 1892, and was made an assistant on January 1, 1898. He subsequently served as assistant at Buffalo and Rochester and was later made official in charge at the latter station. He has been at the Rochester station continuously since July 20, 1895.

Mr. Jesse L. Vanderpool, who was retired at the termination of February 28, 1941, died at the home of his daughter in Taneytown, Md., on January 4, 1944. A notice of his retirement and outlien of his service in the Bureau will be found in Topics and Personnel for April 1941.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, April 1941]




Miss Marion B. Van Vradenburg, minor observer at Binghamton, has been retired, effective December 31, 1930. Miss Van Vradenburg was born May 4, 1867, at Marathon, N.Y. She entered the Weather Bureau service on March 29, 1989, and served continuously at Binghamton.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, June 1931]




Mr. Herman Volker, who was retired Marc 11, 1922, on account of disability died at the Soldiers' Home Hospital, Washington, D. C., on January 6, 1941. A notice of his retirement and an outline of his service will be found in Topics and Personnel July 1922.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, February 1941]




Von Herrmann, Charles F.: Born at Hartford, Conn., on February 10, 1862; enlisted in the Signal Corps on November 17, 1884, at Washington, D. C., where he was engaged on clerical duties until January, 1885, when he was sent to Fort Myer for instruction. He remained there until June, 1885, after which he served as official in charge at San Antonio, Fort Concho, La Crosse, Fort Custer, Savannah, Raleigh, Baltimore, Erie, and Atlanta, being in charge of the Atlanta station from May, 1908, until the time of his retirement. Retired at the termination of June 30, 1932.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, June 1932]




Mr. John F. Voorhees, associate meteorologist at the San Francisco station, was retired at the termination of April 30, 1939. Mr. Voorhees was born in Burnett, Wis., on April 9, 1869. He entered the Weather Bureau service at New Orleans on July 10, 1901, and later served as official in charge at Knoxville, Tonopah, and Honolulu.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, April 1939]




Mr. Elisha C. Vose was retired at the termination of July 31, 1933, the station on which he served being closed. He was born at Winterport, Me., on March 1, 1864. Mr. Vose enlisted in the Signal Corps on December 22, 1885; after the usual period of instruction at Fort Myer and the Central Office, he served as assistant at Milwaukee, Chicago, and St. Louis, and as official in charge at Parkersburg and Concord, being in charge at the latter station since December 28, 1905.

Mr. Elisha C. Vose, who was retired on July 31, 1933, died at Concord, N.H., on December 7, 1937. An outline of his service and a notice of his retirement will be found in the July 1933 issue of Topics and Personnel.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, July 1933]
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, December 1937]



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