|William F. Tammany|
|28th Mayor of South Norwalk, Connecticut|
1911 – 1912
|Preceded by||Albert Pohlman|
|Succeeded by||Robert M. Wolfe|
|Died||June 29, 1951
|Residence||20 Fairfield Avenue, South Norwalk, Connecticut|
He was the senior partner of the Tammany and Connery law firm on Washington Street.
In 1901, he was the prosecuting attorney for the city of Norwalk.
In 1916, he was counsel for the plaintiff in the case Savings Bank of Danbury v. Loewe [242 U.S. 357 (1917)] which was heard by the Supreme Court. He case was argued on December 11, 1916, and decided on January 8, 1917.
In 1950, he was president of South Norwalk Savings Bank.
|Mayor of South Norwalk, Connecticut
Robert M. Wolfe
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