Edwin Henry Fitler
Edwin Henry Fitler (December 2, 1825 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 31, 1896 in Torresdale, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was a Pennsylvania manufacturer of cordage and a politician. A Republican, he served as Presidential Elector for Pennsylvania in 1876 and Mayor of Philadelphia, 1887–1891.
He was an early member of the Philadelphia Union League, of which he served as president.
Fitler died in 1896 in Philadelphia, where he is buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
- Kenneth W. Milano, Remembering Kensington & Fishtown: Philadelphia's Riverward Neighborhoods, "Edwin Henry Fitler, Kensington-Born Mayor of Philadelphia", The History Press, 2008.
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