Edgar R. Champlin
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|Edgar Robert Champlin|
|27th Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts|
January 1899 – January 1901
|Preceded by||Alvin F. Sortwell|
|Succeeded by||David T. Dickinson|
|Member of the Board of Aldermen of Cambridge, Massachusetts|
|Member of the Common Council of Cambridge, Massachusetts|
1885 – 1887
|Born||November 9, 1858|
|Died||November 8, 1932
|Spouse(s)||Katherine E. Paine, m. December 12, 1883.|
|Alma mater||Harvard Law School, class of 1880|
Champlin married Katherine E. Paine of Cambridge on December 12, 1883.
- Marquis, Albert Nelson (1909), Who's Who in New England, Volume 1, Chicago, IL: A. N. Marquis & Company, p. 200.
- Marquis, Albert Nelson (1915), Who's Who in New England, Volume 2, Chicago, IL: A. N. Marquis & Company, p. 194.
- New York Times (November 9, 1932), EX-MAYOR CHAMPLIN OF CAMBRIDGE DEAD; President of a Bank Brigadier General on Staffs of Two Governors. PRACTICED LAW 25 YEARS As Member of Charles River Dam Commission Had Much to Do With Beautifying Riverfront., New York, NY: The New York Times, p. 19.
- Reno, Conrad (1901), Memoirs of the Judiciary and The Bar of New England for the Nineteenth Century, Volume III, Boston, MA: The Century Memorial Publishing Company, p. 404.
- Harvard Alumni Association (1910), Harvard University Directory, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, p. 870.
Alvin F. Sortwell
|27th Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts
January 1899 - January 1901
David T. Dickinson
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