Raymond Ingersoll

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Raymond Ingersoll (1875–1940) was borough president of Brooklyn from 1934 to 1940.[1] Ingersoll Hall, one of the first buildings on the Brooklyn College campus, was named for him.

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  1. ^ Kenneth T. Jackson, editor. The Encyclopedia of New York City, 2nd ed. 2010. p. 146