Enos K. Sawyer
|Enos Kittredge Sawyer|
|New Hampshire Secretary of State|
|Preceded by||Edwin C. Bean|
|Succeeded by||Hobart Pillsbury|
|President of the New Hampshire Senate|
|Preceded by||William D. Swart|
|Succeeded by||George I. Haselton|
|Member of the New Hampshire Senate
|Mayor of Franklin, New Hampshire|
|Born||August 24, 1879
Franklin, New Hampshire
|Died||Franklin, New Hampshire|
|Spouse(s)||Mabel E. White, m. February 28, 1911|
|Alma mater||Phillips Academy, Dartmouth College |
Enos Kittredge Sawyer (August 24, 1879 – 1933) was an American politician who served as the mayor of Franklin, New Hampshire, President of the New Hampshire Senate and as the New Hampshire Secretary of State.
In 1912 Sawyer was elected to the New Hampshire Senate from District 6. In 1913 Sawyer was chosen as the President of the New Hampshire Senate, Sawyer was the first Democrat elected as Senate President since 1876 and he was the last Democrat elected until 1999.
In 1918 Sawyer was appointed the Director of the United States Employment Service in New Hampshire and Vermont.
- R. L. Theller, ed. (December 1, 1908), The Dartmouth, Vol XXX, no. 20; Alumni General, Hanover, New Hampshire: Dartmouth College, p. 248.
- The Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine Devoted to History, Biography, Literature, and State Progress, Volume XLV, No. 3-4 (March–April 1913), The N. H. State Government of 1913-14, Concord, New Hampshire: The Granite Monthly Company, pp. 71–73.
- Publications - Portraits of Legislators On State House Third Floor Enos Kittredge Sawyer
- Henry Harrison Metcalf, ed. (1919), One Thousand New Hampshire Notables: Brief Biographical Sketches of New Hampshire Men and Women, Native Or Resident, Prominent in Public, Professional, Business, Educational, Fraternal Or Benevolent Work, Concord, New Hampshire: Rumford Printing Company, pp. 295–297.
- Special Dispatch to the Globe (March 3, 1933), ENOS K. SAWYER DIES SUDDENLY AT MEETING One of New Hampshire's Loading Democrats, Boston, Massachusetts: The Daily Boston Globe, p. 17.
Edwin C. Bean
|New Hampshire Secretary of State
William D. Swart
|President of the New Hampshire Senate
George I. Haselton
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