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City of Auburn Mayors
Portraits 1848 -
The elected officials of Auburn are the mayor and four councilors; they each serve for a four-year term. The Mayor is the presiding officer and along with the members of City Council they meet weekly to act on the business of the city.  While originally settled as Hardenbergh Corners in 1793, Auburn was incorporated as a city in 1848 with Cyrus C. Dennis serving as our first Mayor.  As seen below, a portrait of Mayor Dennis hangs on the walls of City Council Chambers along side portraits of the mayors that followed in his footsteps through the 19th, 20th and into the 21st Century.  

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Cyrus Dennis
1848
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Daniel Hewson
1849
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Benjamin F. Hall
1852
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George Underwood
1854
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Lansinch Briggs
1857
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Christopher Morgan
1860
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Jonas White Jr.
1863
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Charles G. Briggs
1864
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John S. Fowler
1866
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John M. Hurd
1869
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Thomas Kirkpatrick
1871
Eli-Gallup-1870.jpg
Eli Gallup
1870
John-S-Brown-1873.jpg
John S. Brown
1873
Theodore-M-Pomeroy-1875.jpg
Theodore M. Pomeroy
1875
Alexander-McCrea-1877.jpg
Alexander McCrea
1877



 
 
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