Louis Will (b. 1857 - d. 1932) was Progressive Party mayor of Syracuse during 1914-16. He was the only third party candidate elected mayor of Syracuse in the last century. In a year with low voter turnout, Will was elected with only 9,858 votes.
Son of German immigrants Anton and Rosina Will, he left school early after his father's death to run the family candle-making business, eventually known as Will & Baumer.
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- Meghan Rubado (November 4, 2009). Miner article "Stephanie Miner elected Syracuse's first female mayor". (see paragraph 10) (Post Standard).
- Opalka, Anthony (August 2009). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Louis Will House". Retrieved 2010-01-17. and Accompanying 20 photos, exterior and interior, from 2009 (captions on page 15 of text document)
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