Mayor of Elizabeth, New Jersey

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Mayor of Elizabeth, New Jersey:[1][2]

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  1. ^ "Mayors of Elizabeth, New Jersey". Political Graveyard. Retrieved 2011-10-25. 
  2. ^ "Mayors of Elizabeth, New Jersey". Union County NJ Archives History. Retrieved 2011-10-25. 
  3. ^ "Thomas Dunn, 76, Longtime Elizabeth Mayor". New York Times. Retrieved 2011-10-24. Thomas G. Dunn, the blunt, often irascible former Mayor of Elizabeth, N.J., who was a major figure in the city's politics over four decades, died Wednesday at his home in the city. He was 76 years old. ... Mr. Dunn, a maverick Democrat and former union official, had served as mayor of the largely working-class city for 28 years, but he was defeated in his own party's primary in June 1992. Still, his tenure earned him the distinction as the nation's longest-serving mayor of a city of more than 100,000 people. 
  4. ^ "Steven J. Bercik]". New York Times. June 16, 2003. Retrieved 2011-10-28. The Honorable Steven J., former Union County, NJ, judge, Waterfront Commissioner for New Jersey and ex-Mayor of Elizabeth, died Saturday, June 14, 2003. He was elected Mayor of Elizabeth from 1956-64 and established the Elizabeth Human Relations Commission. Appointed by Gov. Richard Hughes for the post of New Jersey Waterfront Commissioner of New York Harbor from 1966-71. Appointed in 1972 as judge to the Juvenile and Domestics Court of Union County, NJ, serving as Presiding Judge from 1977-88, when he retired. ... 
  5. ^ "Nicholas S. LaCorte". New York Times. December 5, 1966. Retrieved 2011-10-28. Nicholas Saint LaCorte, Republican Assemblyman of Union County, died last night in Overlook Hospital of a heart attack. He was 47 years old and lived at 101 ... 
  6. ^ "James T. Kirk Is Dead at 78; Ex-Mayor of Elizabeth, N.J.". New York Times. February 1, 1974. Retrieved 2011-10-28. James T. Kirk, who was mayor of Elizabeth from 1939 to 1952, died today at the age of 78. He leaves a son and two daughters. In 1954 Mr. Kirk was named a full-time State deputy attorney general by Attorney General Grover C. Richman. ... 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k The city of Elizabeth, New Jersey. Elizabeth Daily Journal. 1889. p. 24. The Mayors of Elizabeth since its incorporation in 1855 have been: Elias Darby, May 1, 1855, to May 1, 1860 ; James Jenkins, May 1, 1860, to May 1, 1861 ; James B. Burnet, May 1, 1861, to May 1, 1862; Philip H. Grier, May 1, 1862, to January 1, 1871; Francis B. Chetwood, January 1, 1871, to January 1, 1873; William A. Coursen, January 1, 1873, to January 1, 1875; Robert W. Townley, January 1, 1875, to January 1, 1878; James S. Green, January 1, 1878, to January 1, 1879; Robert W. Townley, January 1, 1879, to January 1, 1880; Peter Bonnett, January 1, 1880, to January 1, 1882; Seth B. Ryder, January 1, 1882, to January 1, 1883; Joseph H. Grier, January 1, 1883, to date. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i Jean-Rae Turner and Richard T. Koles (2003). Elizabeth: the first Capital of New Jersey. Arcadia Publishing. p. 69. ISBN 0-7385-2393-3.