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Encyclopedia > Mayor of New York City

For a list of the Dutch Director-Generals who governed New Amsterdam (as New York City was called when it was a Dutch-run settlement) between 1624 and 1664, see: Director-General of New Netherland.


Mayors of New York City

Contents

1665-1766

Thomas Willett 1665-66  
Thomas Delavall 1666-67  
Thomas Willett 1667-68  
Cornelius Van Steenwyck 1668-71  
Thomas Delavall 1671-72  
Matthias Nicholls 1672-73  
John Lawrence 1673-75  
William Dervall 1675-76  
Nicholas De Mayer 1676-77  
Stephanus Van Cortlandt 1677-78  
Thomas Delavall 1678-79  
Francis Rombouts 1679-80  
William Dyre 1680-82  
Cornelius Van Steenwyk 1682-84  
Gabriel Minvielle 1684-85  
Nicholas Bayard 1685-86  
Stephanus Van Cortlandt 1686-88  
Peter Delanoy 1688-91  
John Lawrence 1691-92  
Abraham DePeyster 1692-94  
Charles Lodwik 1694-96  
William Merritt 1696-98  
Abraham De Peyster 1698-99  
David Provost 1699-1700  
Isaac De Reimer 1700-01  
Thomas Noell 1701-02  
Thomas Hood 1702  
Phillip French 1702-03  
William Peartree 1703-07  
Ebenezer Wilson 1707-10  
Jacobus Van Cortlandt 1710-11  
Caleb Heathcote 1711-14  
John Johnstone 1714-19  
Jacobus Van Cortlandt 1719-20  
Robert Walters 1720-25  
Johannes Jansen 1725-26  
Robert Lurting 1726-35  
Paul Richard 1735-39  
John Cruger 1739-44  
Stephen Bayard 1744-47  
Edward Holland 1747-57  
John Cruger, Jr. 1757-66  

1766-1866

Whitehead Hicks 1766-76  
David Matthews 1776-84  
James Duane 1784-89  
Richard Varick 1789-1801  
Edward Livingston 1801-03  
De Witt Clinton 1803-07  
Marinus Willett 1807-08  
De Witt Clinton 1808-10  
Jacob Radcliff 1810-11  
De Witt Clinton 1811-15  
John Ferguson 1815  
Jacob Radcliff 1815-18  
Cadwallader D. Colden 1818-21  
Stephen Allen 1821-24  
William Paulding Jr. 1825-26  
Philip Hone 1826-27  
William Paulding Jr. 1827-29  
Walter Browne 1829-33  
Gideon Lee 1833-34  
Cornelius Van Wyck Lawrence 1834-37  
Aaron Clark 1837-39  
Isaac L. Varian 1839-41  
Robert Morris 1841-44  
James Harper 1844-45  
William Havemeyer 1845-46  
Andrew H. Mickle 1846-47  
William Brady 1847-48  
William Havemeyer 1848-49  
Caleb Smith Woodhull 1849-51  
Ambrose Kingsland 1851-53  
Jacob Westervelt 1853-55  
Fernando Wood 1855-58  
Daniel F. Tiemann 1858-60  
Fernando Wood 1860-62  
George Opdyke 1862-64  
Charles Gunther 1864-66  

1866-1966

John T. Hoffman 1866-68  
Thomas Coman 1868  
Abraham Oakey Hall 1869-72  
William Havemeyer 1873-74  
Samuel Vance 1874  
William Wickham 1875-76 Democratic
Smith Ely, Jr. 1877-78 Democratic
Edward Cooper 1879-80 Democratic
William Russell Grace 1881-82  
Franklin Edson 1883-84 Democratic
William Russell Grace 1885-86  
Abram S. Hewitt 1887-88 Democratic
Hugh L. Grant 1889-92  
Thomas F. Gilroy 1893-94 Democratic
William L. Strong 1895-97  
Robert A. Van Wyck 1898-1901 Democratic
Seth Low 1902-03 Republican/Citizens Union
George B. McClellan Jr. 1904-09 Democratic
William Jay Gaynor 1910-13  
Ardolph Loges Kline 1913 Republican
John Purroy Mitchel 1914-17 fusion candidate
John F. Hylan 1918-25  
James J. Walker 1926-32 Democratic
Joseph V. McKee 1932 Democratic
John P. O'Brien 1933 Democratic
Fiorello H. LaGuardia 1934-45 Republican/fusion
William O'Dwyer 1946-50 Democratic
Vincent R. Impellitteri 1950-53 Democratic
Robert F. Wagner Jr. 1954-65 Democratic

1966-present

John V. Lindsay 1966-73 Republican/Liberal
Abraham D. Beame 1974-77 Democratic
Edward I. Koch 1978-89 Democratic
David N. Dinkins 1990-93 Democratic
Rudolph W. Giuliani 1994-2001 Republican
Michael R. Bloomberg 2002-present Republican

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