The History of the New York City Legislature

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Appendix D. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY LEADERS OF MANHATTAN AND BROOKLYN
1. Tammany Leaders (New York County)
William B. Tweed 1867 to 1872
John Kelly and John Morrissey 1872
John Kelly 1872 to 1886
Richard Croker 1886 to 1902
Lewis Nixon (4 months) 1902
Charles F. Murphy, Dan'l F. McMahon, and
   Louis Haffen (4 months)
1902
Charles F. Murphy 1902 to 1924
George W. Olvany 1924 to 1929
John F. Curry 1929 to 1934
James J. Dooling 1934 to 1937
Christopher D. Sullivan 1937 to 1942
Michael J. Kennedy 1942 to 1944
Edward V. Loughlin 1944 to 1947
Frank J. Sampson 1947 to 1948
Hugo E. Rogers 1948 to 1949
Carmine G. DeSapio 1949 --
2. Brooklyn Leaders (Kings County)
Hugh McLaughlin 1861 to 1903
Patrick McCarren 1903 to 1909
John H. McCooey 1909 to 1934
Frank V. Kelly 1934 to 1946
John Cashmore 1946 to 1950
Francis J. Sinnott 1950 to 1952
Kenneth F. Sutherland 1952 to 1954
Joseph T. Sharkey 1954 --

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