Daniel D. Whitney

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Daniel D. Whitney (January 31, 1819 – November 10, 1914) was a Democratic politician from New York City. He served as Mayor of Brooklyn for 1886-87.[1][2] He was buried at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn.

Preceded by
Seth Low
Mayor of Brooklyn
1886 – 1887
Succeeded by
Alfred C. Chapin


  1. ^ The Society of Old Brooklynites; with sketches of some of its members, The National Journal, Vol. XIXI, No. 6-7 (April-May 1894), pp. 420-22
  2. ^ (10 November 1914). Daniel D. Whitney Dies in 96th Year; End Came in Sleep, Brooklyn Eagle