Thomas Rowe

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Thomas Rowe
VD , JP , FRIBA
Thomas Rowe.jpg
1st Mayor of Manly
In office
15 February 1877 7 February 1879
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  16. Hawaii for visitors
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  23. State Heritage Register
Civic offices
New title Mayor of Manly
1877 – 1879
Succeeded by
Alfred Hilder
Professional and academic associations
Preceded by President of the Institute of Architects of New South Wales
1878–1889
Succeeded by
Preceded by President of the Institute of Architects of New South Wales
1895–1898
Succeeded by
Government offices
New title President of the Board of Water Supply and Sewerage
1888 – 1892
Succeeded by
Cecil West Darley
Preceded by
Cecil West Darley
President of the Metropolitan Board of Water Supply and Sewerage
1896 – 1899
Succeeded by
Military offices
Preceded by Commanding Officer of the New South Wales Corps of Engineers
1894 – 1898
Succeeded by