Francis J. Lantry

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Francis J. Lantry was appointed the fifth Fire Commissioner of the City of New York by Mayor George B. McClellan, Jr. on October 10, 1906 and served in that position until he resigned on February 10, 1908.[1]

Fire appointments
Preceded by
John H. O'Brien
FDNY Commissioner
Succeeded by
Hugh Bonner


  1. ^ Curtis; Commerce and Industry Association of New York, Greely S. Curtis, New York (N.Y.). Commissioners of Accounts (1908). Investigation of the Fire Department of New York: a report for the Commissioners of accounts. University of Michigan: The Merchants' Association of New York. p. 7.