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What was the Year?
1940

Can you name any of the people?
CHIEF OF POLICE-MICHAEL W. CONLON

Can you name the location?
NO

Comments...
YOUNGEST CHIEF TO BE APPOINTED IN THE STATE AT THAT TIME-28YEARS OLD.proud of you DAD,STILL MISS YOU,BILL


What was the Year?
1940

Can you name any of the people?
Chief of Police-Michael w. Conlon

Can you name the location?
no

Comments...
My father Michael w. Conlon,at the time Police Chief of North Adams,youngest man at the time to be made Chief in Mass,age 28.Still proud of you dad.Bill


What was the Year?
1940

Can you name any of the people?
Chief of Police Mike Conlon

Comments...
My Uncle, Chief Of Police Mike W. Conlon. Bill your right it is your Dad.


Comments...
Looks like Tony Lapretta with chief Conlon. I believe Tony ran a hat shop.


Comments...
Yes it is Tony Lopreta the "HAT MAN". He did have a hat shop and could do wonders with hats including cleaning and shapiing. He was a good man.


Comments...
OMG, that is Tony! ....I used to walk by his hat shop on Eagle Street on my way to Drury. You could smell the cleanershe used out on the street...and many times Tony would be standing in the doorway.....what a memory!


Can you name any of the people?
al capone?

Comments...
al getting a pay off? lol.


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