Robert Liddell (Pittsburgh)
Portrait of Robert Liddell,
|31st Mayor of Pittsburgh|
|Preceded by||William C. McCarthy|
|Succeeded by||Robert W. Lyon|
|Died||December 2, 1893 (aged 55/56)|
Robert Liddell (1837 – December 2, 1893) was Mayor of Pittsburgh from 1878 to 1881.
In 1878, Holy Ghost Fathers started a college on the Bluff which would become Duquesne University. City streets were electrified in 1879 and Alexander Graham Bell's telephone went into limited use in Pittsburgh.
Liddell died in 1893; and was buried at the Union Dale Cemetery.
William C. McCarthy
|Mayor of Pittsburgh
Robert W. Lyon