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List of mayors of Miami

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List of mayors of Miami

This is a list of mayors of the city of Miami

Term Mayor
1896–1900 John B. Reilly
1900–1903 J. E. Lemus
1903–1907 John Sewell
1907–1911 F.H. Wharton
1911–1912 Samuel Rodman Smith
1912–1913 J.W. Watson, Sr. (Acting)
1913–1915 J.W. Watson, Sr.
1915–1917 P.A. Henderson
1917–1919 J.W. Watson, Sr.
1919–1921 W.P. Smith
1921–1923 C.D. Leffler
1923–1925 P.A. Henderson
1925–1927 Edward C. Romfh
1927–1929 E.G. Sewell
1929–1931 C.H. Reeder
1931–1933 R.B. Gautier
1933–1935 E.G. Sewell
1935–1937 A.D.H. Fossey
1937–1939 Robert R. Williams
1939–1940 E.G. Sewell
1940–1941 Alexander Orr, Jr.
1941–1943 C.H. Reeder
1943–1945 Leonard K. Thomson
1945–1947 Perrine Palmer, Jr.
1947–1949 Robert L. Floyd
1949–1951 William M. Wolfarth
1951–1953 Chelsie J. Senerchia
1953–1955 Abe Aronovitz
1955–1957 Randy Christmas
1957–1967 Robert King High
1967–1970 Stephen P. Clark
1970–1973 David T. Kennedy
1973 Maurice Ferre
1973 David T. Kennedy
1973–1985 Maurice Ferre
1985–1993 Xavier Suarez
1993–1996 Stephen P. Clark
1996 Willy Gort (Acting)
1996–1997 Joe Carollo
1997–1998 Xavier Suarez
1998–2001 Joe Carollo
2001–2009 Manny Diaz
2009–0000 Tomás Regalado

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