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Alex Clark (politician)

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Alex Clark
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Indiana, Indiana mayor Alex Clark, 1949.
39th Mayor of Indianapolis
In office
January 1, 1952 – January 1, 1956
Preceded byChristian J. Emhardt
Succeeded byPhilip L. Bayt, Jr.
Personal details
BornMarch 22, 1916
Indianapolis, Indiana
DiedFebruary 14, 1991
Argentina
Political partyRepublican
Alma materDepauw University, Indiana University Law School

Republican Alex M. Clark (March 22, 1916 – February 14, 1991) was an American politician. He became the youngest mayor of Indianapolis in 1951. He served one term and later ran again in 1967, losing in the primary to eventual winner Richard Lugar.[1] He was a World War II veteran, and a former POW. In 1956 he and a number of friends formed the Wyoming Antelope Hunters Club in Indianapolis, which is still an active social club today. Prior to being mayor, Clark was a deputy prosecutor and judge in Marion County, Indiana.

Clark died in Argentina in 1991 of a head injury while on a cruise, returning from Antarctica in pursuit of his goal to visit every continent.[2]

Political offices
Preceded by
Christian J. Emhardt
Mayor of Indianapolis
1952–1955
Succeeded by
Philip L. Bayt, Jr.

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References

  1. ^ Bodenhamer, David J. (1994). The Encyclopedia of Indianapolis. Indiana University Press. p. 537. ISBN 0-253-31222-1.
  2. ^ http://ww.heraldtimesonline.com//stories/1991/02/15/archive.19910215.eb78e57.sto?code=9ac65e4a-441b-11e5-a4b0-2c59e5443dda

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