Joseph-Oscar Auger

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Mayor
Joseph-Oscar Auger
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J.-Oscar Auger
31st Mayor of Quebec City
In office
1 March 1928 – 1 March 1930
Preceded by Télesphore Simard
Succeeded by Henri-Edgar Lavigueur
Personal details
Born 14 August 1873
Québec, Quebec, Canada
Died 19 April 1942 (age 68)
Québec, Quebec
Spouse(s) Maud Dancase
Profession Businessman

Joseph-Oscar Auger (1873–1942)[1] was a Canadian politician, serving as Mayor of Quebec City from 1928 to 1930.

Auger won the 20 February 1928 city election over incumbent mayor Télesphore Simard by a 7046 to 4752 vote.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rulers.org - Canada - Major cities
  2. ^ (French) University of Sherbrooke, Bilan du Siècle: 20 février 1928 - Élection de Joseph-Oscar Auger au poste de maire de Québec