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Oak Park, Illinois
including Noyesville
Village Presidents, Postmasters


Village Presidents of Oak Park, 1925-2009 (may be incomplete!)
Willis McFeely as of 1925 James A. Howe as of 1935-38 J. R. Christianson as of 1960 David Pope as of 2005-09

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 2005 Apr 5: David Pope, elected; Robert Milstein, defeated; Diana Carpenter, defeated.
  • 2009 Apr 7: David Pope, elected; Gary Schwab, defeated.


    Postmasters at Oak Park, 1866-1973 (may be incomplete!)
    Amos S. Pack 1866-70 O. W. Herrick 1870-71 Amos S. Pack 1871 O. W. Herrick 1871-73 Edwin W. Phelps 1873-74 John Merton 1874-75 Edwin W. Phelps 1875-85 William Steiner 1885-89 DeLos Hull 1889-94 Albert W. Giles 1894-98 William A. Hutchinson 1898-1916 Robert Sherrard 1916-25 William A. Spickerman 1925-31 Lester B. McAllister 1931-35 Joseph L. Lynch 1935 Joseph L. Lynch 1935-45 Joseph E. White 1945-46 Charles J. Murphy 1946-49 Charles J. Murphy 1949-73


    Noyesville
    (now Oak Park)

    Postmasters at Noyesville, 1846-66 (may be incomplete!)
    Ephraim Collar 1846-49 Ashbel Steele 1849-53 Ephraim Collar 1853-55 Henry P. Flower 1855-57 Ashbel Steele 1857-59 Joseph Barber 1859 John Barber 1859-61 William Archdeacon 1861-65 Amos S. Pack 1865-66

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