Thomas Strahan

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Toomey, Daniel P. (1892), Massachusetts of To-Day, Boston, MA: Columbia Publishing Company, p. 382
  • 1 2 Boston Daily Globe (December 20, 1910), EX-MAYOR THOMAS STRAHAN IS DEAD Was Chief Executive of Chelsea Two Years. III Since Big Fire in That City- Manufacturer of Wall Paper., Boston, MA: The Boston Globe, p. 3
  • Christian Science Monitor (December 20, 1910), THOMAS STRAHAN PASSES AWAY., Boston, MA: The Christian Science Monitor, p. 7
  • Thomas Strahan
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    13th Mayor [1]
    of Chelsea, Massachusetts
    In office
    Political offices
    Preceded by
    Samuel P. Tenney
    13th Mayor of Chelsea, Massachusetts
    Succeeded by

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