Reginald H. Sullivan

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Reginald H. Sullivan (March 10, 1876 – January 30, 1980) was the 30th and 33rd mayor of the city of Indianapolis, Indiana. He is among the longest-lived Americans to ever be a mayor of any city.[1] He came from a political family with his father, Thomas Lennox Sullivan, being a former mayor of Indianapolis. He was also a lifelong bachelor who was among the first people entered into the "Indiana Hall of Fame" in 1974.[2]

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