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Results 1 to 20 of 1,485 for Edward Quinn AND elections OR politics

  1. 1.
    Cambridge Chronicle 9 March 1918
    ... Clerk Brandon loaned the voting machinery used at regular elections and it was "set up in the lodge room. ...
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    Cambridge Sentinel 25 May 1912
    ... paid too much attention to the practical side of politics to be trusted with the great responsibility of governing ...
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    Cambridge Tribune 9 March 1918
    ... coming year at one of the most hotly contested elections ever held at the Cambridge lodge. He defeated Jeremiah ...
  4. 4.
    Cambridge Sentinel 8 December 1917
    “ Win With Quinn ” Proves to be an Irresistible Quinn at the ...
  5. 5.
    Cambridge Sentinel 1 December 1917
    ... public interest. Either Mayor Rockwood will be re-elected or Edward W. Quinn will replace him. Mr. Pevey has withdrawn, ...
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    Cambridge Sentinel 22 December 1917
    SCHOOL COMMITTEE OFFENDS MAYOR-ELECT QUINN
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    Cambridge Tribune 13 June 1914
    The water board has elected Edward W. Quinn as Its superintendent. The members of the ...
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    Cambridge Sentinel 22 November 1919
    ... can tell. The Candidates FOR MAYOR Alexander H. Bill. Edward W. Quinn. 1 ' C FOR ASSESSOR Harold D, ...
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    Cambridge Sentinel 8 December 1917
    ... recognition of the will of the people In choosing Edward W. Quinn rather than himself to carry on the ...
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    Cambridge Sentinel 5 August 1911
    ... candidate may be abolutely without a serious thought upon politics as a science, he may be utterly lacking in ...
  11. 12.
    Cambridge Chronicle 15 December 1917
    MAYOR-ELECT E.W. QUINN TALKS TO INTERVIEWER
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    Cambridge Sentinel 15 December 1917
    QUINN. BARRY AND MUNRO
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    Cambridge Sentinel 17 November 1917
    ... number of aspirants, some entitled to serious consideration, like Edward W. Quinn, President Dunphy of the Council, and Councillor ...
  14. 15.
    Cambridge Sentinel 12 December 1914
    ... read how the school teachers were taken out of politics by being placed on tenure. No teacher can now ...
  15. 16.
    Cambridge Tribune 8 November 1919
    ... and Four Councilors-at-Large for the Term of Two Years—Mayor Quinn a Candi- ■> date for a Third Term and ...
  16. 17.
    Cambridge Chronicle 29 November 1919
    ... for all otheV cities to I Eoid?" you answer "Politics." You ( ow or ought to know that the ...
  17. 18.
    Cambridge Chronicle 26 January 1918
    ... a general hustle of officers and guests. That Mayor Quinn was one of the llrst to go to the ...
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    Cambridge Tribune 15 December 1917
    MAYOR-ELECT QUINN DELUGED BY LETTERS HAS PLANS FOR CITY
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    Cambridge Chronicle 4 November 1916
    ... the deceased, William J. Mi-Carthy, an associate, and Dr. Edward Ctiuuingham, of Beluiont. Mr. Leonard was born in (tloucester,J ...