Milton Reed

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Milton Reed
Mayor of
Fall River, Massachusetts
In office
Preceded by Henry K. Braley
Succeeded by John W. Cummings
Member of the
Massachusetts State Senate
for the Second Bristol District[1]
In office
Personal details
Born October 1, 1848[1]
Haverhill, Massachusetts[1]
Died September 18, 1932[2][3]
Alma mater Harvard University, 1868;[1] Harvard Law School[1]
Profession Attorney, Journalist,[1] Newspaper publisher

Milton Reed (October 1, 1848 – September 18, 1932) was an American journalist, attorney and politician who served as Mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts.

Reed studied law at Harvard law school, and in the office of Edmund H. Bennett.[4]

Political offices
Preceded by
Henry K. Braley
Mayor of Fall River, Massachusetts
1884– 1884
Succeeded by
John W. Cummings


  1. ^ a b c d e f Hurd, Duane Hamilton (1883), History of Bristol County, Massachusetts: with Biographical Dketches of Many of its Pioneers and Prominent Men, Part 1, Philadelphia, PA: J. Lewis & CO., p. 390B
  2. ^ The Hartford Courant (September 20, 1932), Obituary 2 Milton Reed, 84, Hartford, Ct: The Hartford Courant, p. 4
  3. ^ Mercer, Dede D. (1993), The Reed Review, Issue No. II, p. 12.
  4. ^ Davis, William Thomas (1895), Bench and bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Volume II, The Boston History Company, p. 217.