Charles L. Craig
|Charles Lacy Craig|
Craig in 1914
|New York City Comptroller|
- "Charles L. Craig Dies in California. Former City Controller, 63, Is Stricken While Making a Motor Tour With Wife". New York Times. August 7, 1935. Retrieved 2011-02-01.
Charles L. Craig, New York attorney and former Controller of the City of New York, died unexpectedly of heart disease in the Hotel Senator here today. ...
- "Remission". Time magazine. December 10, 1923. Retrieved 2011-02-01.
Comptroller Charles L. Craig of New York City whose conviction for contempt of court was upheld by the Supreme Court escaped from serving his sentence of 60 days in prison. In New York politics his conviction for having criticized a judge conducting a hearing on a local traction company, was an emblem of martyrdom. The case was taken to President Coolidge, Republicans urging executive pardon to prevent Mr. Craig (a Democrat) from posing further as a martyr.
W. A. Pendergast
|New York City Comptroller
Charles W. Berry