Charles A. Baumhauer

Charles A. Baumhauer
Finance Commissioner of Mobile
In office
1933–1953
Preceded by Harry T. Hartwell
Succeeded by Joseph N. Langan
Personal details
Born (1889-08-16)August 16, 1889
Mobile, Alabama
Died June 22, 1982(1982-06-22) (aged 92)
Mobile, Alabama

Charles A. Baumhauer was a Mobile, Alabama-area community leader and politician who served several several terms on the Mobile City Commission as well as several terms as mayor of Mobile. All of his terms as mayor were when the title was co-extensive with the presidency of the City Commission. He was defeated for re-election in 1953 by Joseph N. Langan.[1]

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External links

  • World Statesmen list of Mayors of Mobile
Preceded by
Harry T. Hartwell
Finance Commissioner of Mobile
1933 — 1953
Succeeded by
Joseph N. Langan
Preceded by
Cecil F. Bates
62nd Mayor of Mobile
1935 — 1936
Succeeded by
Richard V. Taylor
Preceded by
Cecil F. Bates
65th Mayor of Mobile
1938 — 1939
Succeeded by
Cecil F. Bates
Preceded by
Cecil F. Bates
67th Mayor of Mobile
1941 — 1942
Succeeded by
Ernest M. Megginson
Preceded by
Robin C. Herndon
70th Mayor of Mobile
1944 — 1945
Succeeded by
Ernest M. Megginson
Preceded by
Robin C. Herndon
73rd Mayor of Mobile
1947 — 1948
Succeeded by
Ernest M. Megginson
Preceded by
Ernest M. Megginson
75th Mayor of Mobile
1949 — 1950
Succeeded by
Ernest M. Megginson
Preceded by
Joseph R. Mitternight
78th Mayor of Mobile
1952 — 1953
Succeeded by
Henry R. Luscher

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