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List of mayors of Vancouver, Washington

 

List of mayors of Vancouver, Washington

The following is a list of mayors of Vancouver, Washington from 1858 on. The city of Vancouver was incorporated on January 23, 1857.

# Mayor Term start Term end
1 Farnsworth, LeviLevi Farnsworth 1858
2 Stryker, H. F.H. F. Stryker 1859
3 Brown, S. W.S. W. Brown 1861
4 Tripp, A. G.A. G. Tripp 1865
5 Fletcher, Joseph M.Joseph M. Fletcher 1869
6 Freeman, O. A.O. A. Freeman 1871
7 Tripp, Abel G.Abel G. Tripp [1] 1873 September 17, 1875
8 Sohns, LouisLouis Sohns 1875
9 Smith, Dr RandolphDr Randolph Smith 1881
10 Smith, RandolphRandolph Smith 1883
11 Smith, J. R.J. R. Smith 1885
12 Brown, CharlesCharles Brown 1887
13 Sohns, LouisLouis Sohns 1889
14 Smith, J. R.J. R. Smith 1890
15 Daniels, W. ByronW. Byron Daniels 1891
16 Stapleton, G. W.G. W. Stapleton 1894
17 Brewster, William HoytWilliam Hoyt Brewster 1897
18 Eastham, A. B.A. B. Eastham 1898
19 Johnson, A. L.A. L. Johnson 1900
20 Eastham, A. B.A. B. Eastham 1901
21 Clough, L. B.L. B. Clough 1903
22 Crawford, E. G.E. G. Crawford 1904
23 Harvey, Joseph R.Joseph R. Harvey 1906
24 Green, E. M.E. M. Green 1907
25 Kiggins, John P.John P. Kiggins 1908
26 Irwin, C. S.C. S. Irwin 1911
27 Drass, HenryHenry Drass 1913
28 Evans, MiltonMilton Evans 1914
29 Percival, G. R.G. R. Percival [2] 1918 1920
30 Kiggins, John P.John P. Kiggins 1920
31 Allen, B. E.B. E. Allen 1925
32 Kiggins, John P.John P. Kiggins 1927
33 Hamilton, Ed A.Ed A. Hamilton [3] May 20, 1935[2]
34 Pender, C. ArtC. Art Pender [3][4] 1936 1936
35 Breckel, Joe P.Joe P. Breckel [4] 1936
36 Kiggins, John P.John P. Kiggins 1937 1938[3]
37 Stanley, A. N.A. N. Stanley 1939
38 Hogg, John A.John A. Hogg 1942
39 Sinclair, Fred W.Fred W. Sinclair 1944
40 Anderson, V. B.V. B. Anderson 1948
41 Carter, Ralph E.Ralph E. Carter 1952
42 McCall, Robert S.Robert S. McCall June 1954[4]
43 Adams, Roy W.Roy W. Adams 1955
44 Schumacher, Henry L.Henry L. Schumacher 1956
45 Jensen, Irving A.Irving A. Jensen 1958
46 Wilson, P. L. "Bob"P. L. "Bob" Wilson 1960
47 Luepke, RudolphRudolph Luepke 1962
48 McMullen, Robert D.Robert D. McMullen 1966
49 Angelo, Albert C.Albert C. Angelo 1967
50 Jensen, Irving C.Irving C. Jensen 1969
51 Stromgren, LloydLloyd Stromgren 1972
52 Gallagher, JamesJames Gallagher 1974
53 Justin, JimJim Justin 1978 1984[5]
54 Seidl, BryceBryce Seidl 1984
55 Hagensen, BruceBruce Hagensen 1988
56 Pollard, RoyceRoyce Pollard 1996
57 Leavitt, TimTim Leavitt 2010

Notes

  1. ^ Tripp died in office on September 17, 1875.[1][2]
  2. ^ Percival disappeared October 17, 1920. His body was found November 22, 1920.[2]
  3. ^ a b Hamilton was in a traffic accident in late 1935 and died in January 1936. City councilman Pender was chosen by his fellow councillors to be mayor until the next election.[3]
  4. ^ a b Pender disliked being mayor and resigned within a few months of assuming the office. Breckel took over, as no other city councillor wanted to be mayor.[3]

References

  1. ^ Bancroft, Hubert Howe (1890). The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft Volume XXXI: History of Washington, Idaho, and Montana 1845-1889. San Francisco: The History Company. p. 365. Retrieved 6 February 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c Landerholm, Carl (1960). Vancouver Area Chronology 1784-1958 (PDF) (2002 ed.). Vancouver, WA: Clarke County Historical Society. Retrieved 6 February 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c Jollota, Pat (2012). Legendary Locals of Vancouver, Washington. Mount Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Publishing. p. 69.  
  4. ^ "New Mayor Named". The Daily Chronicle (Centralia, WA). 10 June 1954. 
  5. ^ Damewood, Andrea (9 December 2009). "Justin, Ex-mayor of Vancouver, Dies". The Columbian (Vancouver, WA). Retrieved 6 February 2015. 
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