Frank P. Frary
|Frank P. Frary|
|10th Mayor of San Diego|
May 6, 1901 – May 1, 1905
|Preceded by||Edwin M. Capps|
|Succeeded by||John L. Sehon|
|Born||December 7, 1856
|Died||August 16, 1911|
Frary owned a bee ranch at Capitan Grande, near El Cajon, and operated a stage line in San Diego County, including a mail contract between San Diego and Julian. He was mayor of San Diego for two terms, during 1901–1905.
In 1903 police raided Madam Ida Bailey's Canary Cottage, a house of prostitution in the Stingaree District however, the usual advance warnings were not made and the raid caught long-time customers Mayor Frary and the chief of police.
Frary's 1904 Craftman style home at 3227 Grim Ave in North Park is now a bed and breakfast.
- The Frary Family in America: 1637-1980 (The Frary Family Association, 1981) by Margaret Murphy and Anne Frary Lepak.
Edwin M. Capps
|Mayor of San Diego, California
John L. Sehon
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