Walter C. Sadler

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Walter Clifford Sadler (1891–1959) was a politician and academic from Ann Arbor, Michigan. He served two terms as mayor of Ann Arbor, from 1937 to 1941,[1] and was elected unopposed in 1939. He was on the faculty at the University of Michigan where he was the faculty adviser for the Sigma Pi fraternity chapter.[2]

His book publications included The specifications and law on engineering works, Legal Aspects of Engineering, The proposed relocation of railroad facilities in Richmond, California, Industrial law, and Selected cases on partnership.


  1. ^ "Mayor List". City of Ann Arbor. Archived from the original on 2010-12-20. Retrieved 2009-01-23. 
  2. ^ Brydges, William B. (April 1928). "Alpha-Beta Ranks High in Scholarship" (PDF). The Emerald of Sigma Pi. Vol. 15 no. 1. pp. 57–59. 

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Preceded by
Robert A. Campbell
Mayor of Ann Arbor, Michigan
Succeeded by
Leigh J. Young