Ardolph Loges Kline


Ardolph Loges Kline

Ardolph Loges Kline

Ardolph Loges Kline
Ardolph Loges Kline
Ardolph L. Kline, detalle del grabado de Russam de una fotografía de Underwood & Underwood publicado en The New York Times, domingo, 14 de septiembre de 1913, justo después de que Kline se convirtiera en alcalde

10 de septiembre de 1913 – 31 de diciembre de 1913
Precedido por William Jay Gaynor
Sucedido por John Purroy Mitchel

Presidente de la Junta de Concejales
1912 – 1913
Precedido por John Purroy Mitchel
Sucedido por George McAneny

Vicepresidente de la Junta de Concejales
1912 – 1912

Concejal
1904 – 1907

1912 – 1913

1 de enero de 1914 – 6 de enero de 1914

4 de marzo de 1921 – 3 de marzo de 1923
Precedido por John B. Johnston
Sucedido por Loring M. Black, Jr.

Datos personales
Nacimiento 21 de febrero de 1858
Bandera de los Estados Unidos Newton, Nueva Jersey
Fallecimiento 13 de octubre de 1930 (72 años)
Brooklyn, Nueva York
Partido Republicano
Cónyuge Francis A. Phalon
Profesión Mercader
Oficial militar
Oficial del gobierno
Alma máter Phillips Academy
Religión Católico

Ardolph Loges Kline (21 de febrero de 1858 - 13 de octubre de 1930) fue un oficial de la Guardia Nacional de Nueva York y político republicano que se convirtió en alcalde interino de Nueva York el 10 de septiembre de 1913 luego de la muerte del alcalde William Jay Gaynor,[1] cargo que ocupó por el resto del año. Después fue representante de los Estados Unidos por Brooklyn (1921-1923).

Referencias

  1. "The New Mayor Of New York, Ardolph L. Kline". New York Times (14 de septiembre de 1913). Consultado el 27 de mayo de 2008. "The Man Who By a Double Turn of the Wheel of Fate Becomes the City's Chief Executive Is the Direct Opposite of Gaynor in Personality".

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