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Mayors of Scranton, Pennsylvania

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  • Joseph Benjamin Dimmick (1856 - 1920)
    Mayor of Scranton, 1906-1909 during the cholera epidemic. Brother-in-law of President Benjamin Harrison. Son of Samuel Dimmick, Pennsylvania Attorney General. Links Find A Grave Wikipedia
  • Robert Hayworth McKune (1823 - 1894)
    Robert was the first American to open a bakery in Panama. Robert was elected Mayor of Scranton in 1875. He was injured during a labor riot on Aug. 1, 1877. His term ended in 1878. Links Find A ...
  1. Elliot S.M. Hill 1866-1869 Democrat
  2. William N. Monies 1869-1872 Republican
  3. Mathew W. Loftus 1872-1875 Democrat
  4. Robert H. McKune 1875-1878 Democrat
  5. Terence Vincent Powderly 1878-1884 Greenback-Labor Party
  6. Francis Allen Beamish 1884-1886 Democrat
  7. Ezra H. Ripple 1886-1890 Republican
  8. John H. Fellows 1890-1893 Republican
  9. William Lawrence Connell 1893-1896
  10. James G. Bailey 1896-1899
  11. James Moir 1899-1901 Republican
  12. William Lawrence Connell 1901-1903 Republican
  13. Alex T. Connell 1903-1906
  14. J. Benjamin Dimmick 1906-1909 Republican
  15. John Von Bergen Jr. 1909-1914 Republican
  16. Edmund B. Jermyn 1914-1918
  17. Alex T. Connell 1918-1922
  18. John F. Durkan 1922-1926
  19. Edmund B. Jermyn 1926-1930 Republican
  20. Fred K. Derby 1930-1934
  21. Stanley J. Davis 1934-1938 Republican
  22. Fred J. Huester 1938-1942 Republican
  23. Howard J. Snowdon 1942-1946
  24. James Thomas Hanlon 1946-1962 Democrat
  25. William T. Schmidt 1962-1966 Republican
  26. James J. Walsh 1966-1970
  27. Eugene J. Peters 1970-1978 Republican
  28. Eugene F. Hickey 1978-1982 Democrat
  29. James Barrett McNulty 1982-1986 Democrat
  30. David J. Wenzel 1986-1990 Republican
  31. Jim Connors 1990-2002 Republican (1990-2000) Democrat (2000-2002)
  32. Christopher Doherty 2002-2014 Democrat

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