Henry Howard Rose
|29th Mayor of Los Angeles|
July 1, 1913 – July 1, 1915
|Preceded by||George Alexander|
|Succeeded by||Charles E. Sebastian|
Henry Howard Rose (1856–1923) was the 29th Mayor of Los Angeles from July 1913 to July 1915. He only served for one term. He was regarded as "anti- [trade] unionist". He was at first against the Mulholland annexation proposal but, after taking office, he switched positions.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Rose was: "[a] socialist and progressive, Rose was also a crack pistol shot, winning many matches, even against the police chief."
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Owens Valley and the Los Angeles Aqueduct, 1900-1927. Henry Rose, who had argued against Mulholland's annexation proposals during the campaign, switched his position soon after taking office July 1.