48 HASKINS & SELLS June
Mr. Fuller has become resident partner
at Boston, succeeding Mr. Scoville, who
has gone to Buffalo.
On June 1 our Boston office will be
moved to the New Chamber of Commerce
Building, 80 Federal Street, corner of
Franklin Street. This location, in what is
said to be the home of the largest chamber
of commerce in the world, will give us the
advantages of a new and pleasant building,
at the same time bringing us into closer
contact with our clients in the financial
Mr. H. B. Davies, formerly of Los
Angeles, has been appointed manager of
the San Diego office.
Mr. Scoville has become resident partner
at Buffalo. Mr. Leffler remains as manager
of the Buffalo office.
Mr. J . F. Kirk, of the Buffalo staff, has
resigned to accept a position as auditor
with the Niagara, Lockport and Ontario
Power Company, an old and valued client.
In the resignation of Mr. Kirk, the firm
has sustained the loss of an efficient and
conscientious accountant highly esteemed
in the organization.
Mr. W. M. Coursen, manager of our
Newark office, has been elected a trustee of
the New Jersey Society of Certified Public
Mrs. John H. Bovard, who recently
went to Raleigh, N . C., to inspect the
work which Mr. Gutzon Borglum, the
sculptor, is doing for the firm on a bronze
bust of Mr. Sells, reports that fine progress
is being made. The bust when completed
will be placed in the library at the Executive
Offices as a memorial to Mr. Sells.