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158th Massachusetts General Court (1953–1954)

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158th
Massachusetts General Court
157th 159th
Overview
Legislative bodyGeneral Court
TermJanuary 7, 1953 (1953-01-07) – June 11, 1954 (1954-06-11)
+ 1-day extra session[1]
ElectionNovember 4, 1952
Senate
Members40
PresidentRichard I. Furbush (5th Middlesex)
Party controlRepublican[2]
House
Members240
SpeakerCharles Gibbons (22nd Middlesex)
Party controlRepublican[3]
Richard Furbush, Senate president.
Charles Gibbons, House speaker.
Leaders of the Massachusetts General Court, 1953.

The 158th Massachusetts General Court, consisting of the Massachusetts Senate and the Massachusetts House of Representatives, met in 1953 and 1954 during the governorship of Christian Herter. Richard I. Furbush served as president of the Senate and Charles Gibbons served as speaker of the House.[4]

Senators

  • Paul Achin [5]
  • John Adams
  • Philip Bowker
  • Robert Campbell
  • Alfred Cenedella
  • Ralph Vester Clampit
  • Silvio Conte
  • James Corbett
  • Edmund Dinis
  • Maurice A. Donahue
  • George Jelly Evans
  • Michael Flanagan
  • William Daniel Fleming
  • Richard Furbush
  • Philip Graham
  • Charles Hedges
  • Newland Holmes
  • Charles John Innes
  • William Joseph Keenan
  • Hastings Keith
  • Richard Henry Lee
  • Ralph Lerche
  • Harold Lundgren
  • Ralph Collins Mahar
  • Daniel Francis O'Brien
  • Charles William Olson
  • Christopher Phillips
  • John Powers
  • Andrew Patrick Quigley
  • Daniel Rudsten
  • Elizabeth Ann Stanton
  • Edward Stone
  • Richard Fowle Treadway

Representatives

  • Frank Haskell Allen [5]
  • Julius Ansel
  • Charles Anthony
  • Ernest April
  • John Armstrong
  • Charles Artesani
  • John George Asiaf
  • John Robert Ayers
  • Josiah Babcock
  • Clifton Baker
  • Cyrus Barnes
  • James Bayley
  • Raymond Beach
  • John Joseph Beades
  • Rene Bernardin
  • Charles Bisbee
  • Carlton Bliss
  • Belden Gerald Bly
  • Frank Edwin Boot
  • Samuel Joseph Boudreau
  • Everett Murray Bowker
  • Gordon Dickson Boynton
  • G. Edward Bradley
  • Manassah Bradley
  • Rene Brassard
  • Jeremiah Francis Brennan
  • John Cornelius Bresnahan
  • William Joseph Brickley
  • Frank Eben Brown
  • John Brown
  • John Brox
  • James Anthony Burke
  • Pasquale Caggiano
  • Oscar Josiah Cahoon
  • Gardner Campbell
  • Harold Wilson Canavan
  • Richard Caples
  • Charles Capraro
  • Michael Joseph Carroll
  • Francis Casey
  • Harrison Chadwick
  • Wendell Phillips Chamberlain
  • Philip Aloysius Chapman
  • Amelio Della Chiesa
  • Stephen Thomas Chmura
  • Thomas Francis Coady Jr.
  • J. Everett Collins
  • Harry Coltun
  • George Raymand Como
  • James Francis Condon
  • Joseph Conley
  • William Paul Constantino
  • John Costello
  • Leo Joseph Cournoyer
  • William Cowing
  • John Francis Cremens
  • Gladys Gertrude Crockett
  • Sidney Quinn Curtiss
  • John Davis
  • Domenic Victor DePari
  • Edward Joseph DeSaulnier
  • Cornelius Desmond
  • Theophile Jean Desroches
  • Thomas Doherty
  • John Francis Dolan
  • James Doncaster
  • Edmond Donlan
  • Allison Rice Dorman
  • Charles Robert Doyle
  • Charles Luke Driscoll
  • Henry Duggan
  • Philip Durkin
  • John Joseph Dwyer
  • Arthur Dykeman
  • Thomas Edward Enright
  • Anthony Farin
  • C. Eugene Farnam
  • Thomas Francis Farrell
  • Michael Paul Feeney
  • Lawrence Feloney
  • Charles Ferguson
  • Thomas Flaherty
  • Norman Eugene Folsom
  • Stephen French
  • John Gallant
  • Peter Gay
  • Charles Gibbons
  • Frank S. Giles
  • Louis Harry Glaser
  • C. Henry Glovsky
  • William Glynn
  • Francis John Good
  • Edwin Daniel Gorman
  • Hollis Gott
  • Joseph Patrick Graham
  • Thomas Gray
  • George Greene
  • Francis Appleton Harding
  • Fred Harrington
  • William Hays
  • James William Hennigan
  • Christian A. Herter Jr.
  • Paul Hinckley
  • James Alan Hodder
  • Isaac Alexander Hodgen
  • Olaf Hoff
  • Herbert Hollis
  • Charles Holman
  • J. Philip Howard
  • Richard Lester Hull
  • Walter Forbes Hurlburt
  • Nathaniel Hurwitz
  • Fred Hutchinson
  • Christopher Iannella
  • Charles Iannello
  • John Peter Ivascyn
  • Herbert Loring Jackson
  • William Whittem Jenness
  • Stanley Everett Johnson
  • Adolph Johnson
  • Ernest Johnson
  • Allan Francis Jones
  • Abraham Herbert Kahalas
  • Charles Kaplan
  • William Francis Keenan
  • Henry Keenan
  • Charles Kelleher
  • James Kelly
  • Edward Kerr
  • Thomas Key
  • Cornelius Kiernan
  • Philip Kimball
  • William James Kingston
  • William Walter Kirlin
  • Thomas Edward Kitchen
  • Edmund Vincent Lane
  • James Lawton
  • Carter Lee
  • Francis Lindstrom
  • Gerald Lombard
  • William Longworth
  • Raymond Joseph Lord
  • Arthur Ulton Mahan
  • Charles Sumner Marston
  • Michael McCarthy
  • Paul McCarthy
  • Joseph McEvoy
  • John Philip McMorrow
  • Augustus Gardner Means
  • Arthur William Milne
  • John Joseph Moakley
  • William Dix Morton
  • Charles Mullaly
  • John E. Murphy
  • Robert Murphy
  • Cornelius Joseph Murray
  • Harold Clinton Nagle
  • Chester Nelson
  • Mary Newman
  • Thomas Newth
  • Leo James Normandin
  • William Nourse
  • James Anthony O'Brien
  • William Thomas O'Brien
  • David John O'Connor
  • John Henry O'Connor
  • Thomas O'Connor
  • James Lawrence O'Dea
  • Frank Oliveira
  • Joseph Michael O'Loughlin
  • John O'Rourke
  • Daniel Matthew O'Sullivan
  • Anthony Parenzo
  • Charles Louis Patrone
  • Charles Patterson
  • Patrick Francis Plunkett
  • Michael Porrazzo
  • George William Porter
  • Harvey Armand Pothier
  • Meyer Pressman
  • Harold Putnam
  • Philip Andrew Quinn
  • William Randall
  • George Rawson
  • Hibbard Richter
  • William Rowan
  • Richard August Ruether
  • Howard Symmes Russell
  • Roger Sala
  • Joseph Douglas Saulnier
  • Anthony Scibelli
  • Edwin Andrews Seibel
  • John Shea
  • Arthur Joseph Sheehan
  • Joseph Silvano
  • Michael John Simonelli
  • J. Roger Sisson
  • Michael Francis Skerry
  • Fletcher Smith
  • Roy Smith
  • George Smith
  • H. Edward Snow
  • Leo Sontag
  • Franklin Sturgis
  • William Christopher Sullivan
  • Joseph A. Sylvia
  • Joseph A. Sylvia Jr.
  • Armand Tancrati
  • Frank Daniel Tanner
  • Clarence Telford
  • John Forbes Thompson
  • Irene Thresher
  • Nathaniel Tilden
  • Robert Xavier Tivnan
  • Eino Oliver Toko
  • John Joseph Toomey
  • Philip Anthony Tracy
  • Earle Stanley Tyler
  • John Taylor Tynan
  • Theodore Jack Vaitses
  • William Di Vitto
  • William Wall
  • Joseph Francis Walsh
  • Joseph Ward
  • Martha Ware
  • Chester Waterous
  • Norman Weinberg
  • Howard Whitmore
  • Philip Whitmore
  • Charles Wilkinson
  • David Williams
  • Joseph Wisniowski
  • Stanislaus George Wondolowski
  • Albert Wood
  • Alton Hamilton Worrall
  • Marcus Newell Wright
  • John Eliot Yerxa
  • Arthur Eaton Young
  • John Zamparelli
  • Paul Zollo

See also

References

  1. ^ "Length of Legislative Sessions". Manual for the Use of the General Court. Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 2009. p. 348+.
  2. ^ "Composition of the Massachusetts State Senate", Resources on Massachusetts Political Figures in the State Library, Mass.gov, archived from the original on June 6, 2020
  3. ^ "Composition of the State of Massachusetts House of Representatives", Resources on Massachusetts Political Figures in the State Library, Mass.gov, archived from the original on June 6, 2020
  4. ^ "Organization of the Legislature Since 1780". Manual for the Use of the General Court. Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 2005. p. 338+.
  5. ^ a b Irving N. Hayden and Lawrence R Grove. 1953-1954 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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External links

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