Jerome V. C. Smith
|Jerome Van Croninsfield Smith|
|14th Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts|
|Preceded by||Benjamin Seaver|
|Succeeded by||Alexander H. Rice|
|Born||July 20, 1800
Conway, New Hampshire
|Died||August 21, 1879(aged 79)|
|Political party||Native American Party|
|Alma mater||Williams College|
|Profession||Medical Doctor, Editor of the Boston Weekly News Letter|
Jerome Van Croninsfield Smith (July 20, 1800 – August 21, 1879) was an American politician, serving as the fourteenth mayor of Boston, Massachusetts from 1854 to 1855. In 1834, publishing house Allen and Ticknor published his medical work The Class-Book of Anatomy, Designed for Schools, Explanatory of the First Principles of Human Mechanism, at the Basis of Physical Education.
- Timeline of Boston, 1850s
- Mayors of Boston: An Illustrated Epitome of who the Mayors Have Been and What they Have Done, Boston, MA: State Street Trust Company, 1914, p. 23.
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- From Our Own Correspondent (5 January 1868), BOSTON.; The City and Its New Mayor--The Past Mayors of Boston and Who They Were--Distress in the City--Personal., New York, NY: New York Times, p. 3.
|Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts
Alexander H. Rice