Joseph E. Dillon
|Joseph E. Dillon|
|45th Mayor of St. Paul|
|Preceded by||John E. Daubney|
|Succeeded by||George J. Vavoulis|
|Constituency||Saint Paul, Minnesota|
Joseph E. Dillon was the mayor of Saint Paul, Minnesota from 1954 to 1960. During his tenure, in 1955, Saint Paul and Nagasaki became the first sister city pairing of an Asian city and an American city. A friend of Hubert Humphrey, Dillon campaigned for Humphrey during his 1960 presidential campaign.
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