James John Thomas
|James John Thomas|
|40th Mayor of Columbus|
January 1, 1920 – 1931
|Preceded by||George J. Karb|
|Succeeded by||Henry W. Worley|
Wrexham, North Wales
|Died||August 6, 1947|
City Council member|
James John Thomas (1868 – August 6, 1947) was a Republican politician from the U.S. state of Ohio. He was the 40th mayor of Columbus, Ohio and the 36th person to serve in that office. He was elected on Tuesday, November 4, 1919 and defeated incumbent Democratic mayor George J. Karb. He served Columbus immediately after World War I and throughout the 1920s.
- Egger & (1975), pp. 4.
- Egger, Charles, ed. (1975). Columbus Mayors (PDF). Columbus, Ohio: Columbus Citizen-Journal.
- "Thomas, James John (1868-8/6/1947)". Columbus in Historic Photographs. Columbus. Ohio: Columbus Metropolitan Library. Retrieved 10 November 2013.
George J. Karb
| Mayor of Columbus, Ohio
Henry W. Worley
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