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Mayors and Postmasters of Junction City, Kansas


Mayors of Junction City, 1859-1956 (may be incomplete!)
R. C. Whitney 1859-61 Daniel Mitchell 1861-62 John F. Schmidt 1862-63 Luther Hall 1863-64 W. K. Bartlett 1864-65 Rubin Emick 1865-66 P. Z. Taylor 1866-67 John K. Wright 1867 C. H. Hindman 1867-68 R. S. Miller 1868-70 R. O. Rizer 1870-72 John L. Noble 1872-73 A. C. Stickney 1873-74 A. W. Callen 1874-75 Martin Mullins 1875-76 A. C. Stickney 1876-77 George W. McKnight 1877-78 Martin Mullins 1878-79 R. O. Rizer 1879-81 W. S. Blakely 1881-83 George W. Martin 1883-85 John K. Wright 1885-87 Martin Mullins 1887-89 Charles P. Fogelstrom 1889-94 H. U. Pratt 1894 C. K. Raber 1894-97 P. Daugherty 1897-99 J. V. Humphrey 1899-1901 W. H. Thompson 1901-05 F. W. O'Donnell 1905-07 W. F. Muenzenmayer 1907-11 Thomas Dever 1911-12 C. A. Mohn as of 1952-56

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1861 Dec 21: Daniel Mitchell, elected.
  • 1862 Jun 15: John F. Schmidt, elected.
  • 1863 Jan 13: Luther Hall, elected.
  • 1863 Jun 22: Luther Hall, elected.
  • 1864 Jun 20: W. K. Bartlett, elected.
  • 1865 Jun 10: Rubin Emick, elected.
  • 1866 Jun 8: P. Z. Taylor, elected.
  • 1867 Jan 29: John K. Wright, elected.
  • 1867 Apr 1: C. H. Hindman, elected.
  • 1868 Apr 6: R. S. Miller, elected.
  • 1869 Apr 5: R. O. Rizer (Rep), candidate in inconclusive election; R. S. Miller (People's), candidate in inconclusive election.
  • 1870 Apr 4: R. O. Rizer (Rep), elected.
  • 1871 Apr 3: R. O. Rizer, elected.
  • 1872 Apr 2: John L. Noble, elected.
  • 1873 Apr 1: A. C. Stickney, elected.
  • 1874 Apr 7: A. W. Callen, elected.
  • 1875 Apr 6: Martin Mullins, elected.
  • 1876 Apr 4: A. C. Stickney, elected.
  • 1877 Apr 3: George W. McKnight, elected.
  • 1878 Apr 2: Martin Mullins, elected.
  • 1879 Apr 2: R. O. Rizer, elected.
  • 1881 Apr 5: W. S. Blakely, elected.
  • 1883 Apr 3: George W. Martin, elected.
  • 1885 Apr 7: John K. Wright, elected.
  • 1887 Apr 5: Martin Mullins, elected; Charles P. Fogelstrom, defeated.
  • 1889 Apr 2: Charles P. Fogelstrom (Citizens), elected; G. F. Little, defeated.
  • 1891 Apr 7: Charles P. Fogelstrom, elected; C. B. Stebbins, defeated.
  • 1893 Apr 4: Charles P. Fogelstrom, elected; G. C. Moses, defeated.
  • 1894 Jan 26: Charles P. Fogelstrom, resigned.
  • 1894 Apr 3: C. K. Raber, elected; R. S. True, defeated.
  • 1895 Apr 2: C. K. Raber, elected; H. G. Behrend, defeated.
  • 1897 Apr 6: P. Daugherty (Liberal), elected; Thomas Dever (Rep), defeated.
  • 1899 Apr 4: J. V. Humphrey, elected.
  • 1901 Apr 2: W. H. Thompson, elected.
  • 1903 Apr 7: W. H. Thompson (Liberal), elected; A. Ballinger (Loyalty), defeated.
  • 1905 Apr 4: F. W. O'Donnell, elected.
  • 1907 Apr 2: W. F. Muenzenmayer, elected.
  • 1909 Apr 6: W. F. Muenzenmayer, elected.
  • 1911 Apr 4: Thomas Dever, elected.


    Postmasters at Junction City, 1864-1901 (may be incomplete!)
    George W. Martin 1864-65 F. Patterson as of 1883 R. E. Lawrenson as of 1887 W. H. Mackey as of 1901

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