Samuel Jackson Swartz
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|Samuel Jackson Swartz|
|33rd Mayor of Columbus|
|Preceded by||Samuel L. Black|
|Succeeded by||John N. Hinkle|
February 8, 1859|
Fairfield County, Ohio
|Died||March 25, 1905 (aged 46)|
|Resting place||Green Lawn Cemetery
|Alma mater||Pleasantville Academy
Fairfield Union Academy
Ohio Wesleyan University
Samuel Jackson Swartz (February 8, 1859 – March 25, 1905) was the 33rd mayor of Columbus, Ohio and the 30th person to serve in that office. He served Columbus for one term. His successor, John N. Hinkle, took office in 1901.
- Egger (1975), pp. 37.
- "City Ran Itself, Columbus Left for One Day With No Mayor at its Head". The Saint Paul Globe (Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Library of Congress). April 17, 1899. Retrieved 28 November 2013.
- "Dusenberry Impeached, Republican Official of Columbus is Kicked Out of Office". The Saint Paul Globe (Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Library of Congress). July 18, 1899. pp. 1, col. 4. Retrieved 28 November 2013.
Samuel L. Black
|Mayor of Columbus, Ohio
John N. Hinkle
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