Joseph C. White

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Joseph Charles White (1899–1967) was a Massachusetts state senator, state representative, Boston City Council president and chairman of the Boston School Committee. He was the father of Kevin Hagan White who was a mayor of Boston.

White was in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1929–1932. He was in the State Senate from 1933–1936. White was a Roman Catholic and a member of the Knights of Columbus.

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Preceded by
Francis X. Ahearn
President of the Boston City Council
1954
Succeeded by
William F. Hurley