Joseph Johnson (FDNY Commissioner)
|Joseph H. Johnson, Jr.|
|Joseph Johnson in 1913|
|8th New York City Fire Commissioner|
|Preceded by||Rhinelander Waldo|
|Succeeded by||Robert Adamson|
June 16, 1871|
|Died||March 7, 1942
|Parents||Joseph H. Johnson, Sr.
Sarah E. Beeks
Joseph H. Johnson, Jr. (June 16, 1871 - March 7, 1942) was New York City Fire Commissioner from 1911 to 1913. He was chief of the New York City Transit Authority. By 1918 he was deputy New York City Comptroller. He served as chief of the New York Public Service Commission in 1921.
- "Joseph Johnson Dies. Fire Commissioner 1911-13. Was Named by Gaynor. Dies in Home in Atlanta. Former Newspaper Man. Began 'Model Saloon' in 1904. Had Been Film Executive and Served Red Cross". New York Times. March 8, 1942. Retrieved 2013-12-26.
- "Red Cross Drafts Joseph Johnson". New York Times. March 29, 1918. Retrieved 2013-12-26.
- "Joseph Johnson Gets Tammany Plum. Appointed Commissioner of Public Works for Manhattan, to Succeed Clarence Fay. Began As Newspaper Man. Vice Chairman Kenneally of the Board of Aldermen to Be His Assistant.". New York Times. December 31, 1921. Retrieved 2009-11-19.
Joseph Johnson, who has held many administrative jobs in the city, including those of Fire Commissioner, Chief of the Transit Bureau of the Public Service Commission, Deputy Controller and ...
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