St. Louis 1913-1914 Council Directory
Council of the City of St. Louis, Missouri, 1913-1914. Regular Meetings, Tursday and Friday, 4 P.M.
Names in this online transcription include Aloe, Alt, Arendes, Baird, Barth, Bostwick, Brokaw, Butler, Byrne, Conroy, Corbett, Cramer, Dalton, Davis, Deffaa, Dickmann, Eaton, Ebeling, Ebrecht, Egan, Findly, Flad, Fletcher, Ford, Francis, Frauenthal, Fuchs, Gallagher, Gardner, Gazzolo, Gessler, Gordon, Gray, Grierson, Griffin, Groeschel, Gundlach, Hall, Haller, Harris, Hartnett, Heisel, Hellmich, Herrmann, Hertenstein, Hildenbrandt, Hines, Hoffner, Hornsby, Jones, Jordan, Joy, Judson, Kehoe, Kessler, Keyes, Kiel, Kimmel, Kinsey, Klein, Klose, Klug, Koehler, Koeln, Koenig, Langeman, Lazarus, McCarthy, McDonald, McKelvey, Meehan, Meisner, Menne, Mohrstadt, Monahan, Moog, Moreno, Newell, O'Donnell, Orrick, Owen, Padberg, Paule, Pfeffle, Player, Prichard, Primavesi, Protzmann, Randall, Rathmann, Rhodes, Rodgers, Rogers, Rooks, Rosenfeld, Rowe, Rower, Rumbold, Rutledge, Sanders, Scanlan, Scholl, Schramm, Schwartz, Scully, Selph, Sheehan, Shutt, Singer, Spencer, Starkloff, Steeg, Steiner, Stevens, Stix, Stradal, Stuart, Swingley, Talbert, Taussig, Thomas, Tolkasz, Travilla, Turner, Udell, Voyles, Walbridge, Wall, Wallace, Waterworth, Whalen, Williams, Witter, Wyrick, Young.
Labels: Missouri, Government Services
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