Charles A. Baumhauer

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Charles A. Baumhauer
Finance Commissioner of Mobile
In office
1933–1953
Preceded by Harry T. Hartwell
Succeeded by Joseph N. Langan
Personal details
Born (1889-08-16)August 16, 1889
Mobile, Alabama
Died June 22, 1982(1982-06-22) (aged 92)
Mobile, Alabama

Charles A. Baumhauer (August 16, 1889 – June 22, 1982) was a Mobile, Alabama-area community leader and politician who served several terms on the Mobile City Commission as well as several terms as mayor of Mobile.[1] All of his terms as mayor were when the title was co-extensive with the presidency of the City Commission. He was defeated for re-election in 1953 by Joseph N. Langan.[2]

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Preceded by
Harry T. Hartwell
Finance Commissioner of Mobile
1933 — 1953
Succeeded by
Joseph N. Langan
Preceded by
Cecil F. Bates
62nd Mayor of Mobile
1935 — 1936
Succeeded by
Richard V. Taylor
Preceded by
Cecil F. Bates
65th Mayor of Mobile
1938 — 1939
Succeeded by
Cecil F. Bates
Preceded by
Cecil F. Bates
67th Mayor of Mobile
1941 — 1942
Succeeded by
Ernest M. Megginson
Preceded by
Robin C. Herndon
70th Mayor of Mobile
1944 — 1945
Succeeded by
Ernest M. Megginson
Preceded by
Robin C. Herndon
73rd Mayor of Mobile
1947 — 1948
Succeeded by
Ernest M. Megginson
Preceded by
Ernest M. Megginson
75th Mayor of Mobile
1949 — 1950
Succeeded by
Ernest M. Megginson
Preceded by
Joseph R. Mitternight
78th Mayor of Mobile
1952 — 1953
Succeeded by
Henry R. Luscher