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Mayors and Postmasters of Negaunee, Michigan

Mayors of Negaunee, 1879-1967 (may be incomplete!)
Edward Breitung as of 1879-80 Edward Breitung as of 1882 Alexander Maitland 1889 Thomas L. Collins 1933-35 Bert Agnoli 1935-36 Leslie W. Richards 1938-42 George E. Sivula as of 1952-53 G. Vance Hiney as of 1954 Fred Harris as of 1955 Howard B. Lehto as of 1956 C. J. Trotochawd as of 1967

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1889 Apr 1: Alexander Maitland (Rep), elected.
  • 1900 Apr 2: P. B. Kirkwood (Rep), elected; Edward C. Anthony (Labor), defeated.
  • 1904 Apr 4: Hudson, elected.
  • 1906 Apr 2: Joseph H. Winter, elected.
  • 1908 Apr 6: Joseph H. Winter (Ind), elected.
  • 1909 Apr 5: Joseph H. Winter (Citizens), elected.
  • 1910 Apr 4: J. W. Elliott (Ind), elected.
  • 1914 Apr 6: William H. Heggalon (Citizens), elected.
  • 1915 Apr 5: William H. Heggalon, elected.
  • 1922 Apr 3: F. D. Klingslund, elected.
  • 1932 Apr 4: Thomas L. Collins, elected.
  • 1935 Apr 1: Bert Agnoli (People's), elected; Harry W. Trembath (Taxpayers), defeated.
  • 1936 Apr 6: Bert Agnoli, elected.
  • 1938 Apr 4: Leslie W. Richards (Taxpayers), elected.

    Postmasters at Negaunee, 1871-1911 (may be incomplete!)
    Lewis D. Cyr as of 1871 Clinton G. Guffey as of 1881-83 Delia A. Kruse as of 1887 Clinton G. Guffey as of 1891 John D. Stephens as of 1901 Thomas Connors as of 1911

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