Thorvald Andreas Larsen (27 September 1863 – 1936) was a Norwegian lawyer, police chief, banker, civil servant and politician.
He was born in Sandnes as a son of merchant and magistrate Andreas Larsen and his wife Charlotte Marie Sandved. he finished his secondary education in 1881, and graduated with the cand.jur. degree in 1886. He started as a lawyer, and in 1892 he became a barrister with access to working with Supreme Court cases. In 1898 he was appointed as Stavanger's chief of police and also director of Stavanger Handels- og Industribank.
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He was a member of Stavanger city council from 1896 to 1904, and of Stavanger school board from 1899 to 1904. He resigned in 1904 as he was appointed as burgomaster of Stavanger, the position which is now called chief administrative officer. While serving as burgomaster he was elected as a deputy representative of the Parliament of Norway from the constituency Holmen in 1906. He served one term, through 1909. He went on to become County Governor of Rogaland in 1910.
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He died in 1936 and was buried at Eiganes.
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