Item 2 - Daniel O'Connor 1894 - 2

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Daniel O'Connor 1894 - 2

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ON00120 026-14-1-2

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  • 1894 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w copy print ; 24 x 19 cm mounted in a wood frame 31 x 25 cm

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One image of Mayor Daniel O'Connor (1864–1933, Mayor 1894).

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Daniel O'Connor was born January 31, 1864 in Pembroke, Ontario to Patrick O'Connor and Elisha Loughrin (brother Town of Sudbury Mayor Larry O'Connor). He married Mary Anne Bourke on May 5, 1891 in Brockville, Ontario. Shortly after, O'Connor moved to Sudbury where he was a mining prospector, lawyer and politician. In 1911, O'Connor was a storekeeper in Bond, Ontario and by 1921, O'Connor was a storekeeper in Temiskaming, Ontario. By the early 1930's, O'Connor was a storekeeper for a General Store in Timmins, Ontario where he died of Bronchial Pneumonia on March 30, 1933 at the age of 69. Daniel O'Connor was interred in Sudbury, Ontario.

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To learn more about Daniel O'Connor, see "Daniel O'Connor," The Sudbury Journal, May 27, 1893, p. 1; "Card of Thanks for Electing Him," The Sudbury Journal, January 4, 1894, p. 1 "Local Jottings: D. O'Connor and W.J. Munro Have Purchased Timber Limit," The Sudbury Journal, August 22, 1895, p. 1; "Local Jottings: D. O'Connor Began Operations at McCormack's Sawmill," The Sudbury Journal, May 9, 1895, p. 1; "Local Jottings: D. O'Connor is Having Two Frame Dwellings Built on Edmund Street," The Sudbury Journal, August 8, 1895, p. 1; "Local Jottings: D. O'Connor Received Contract from Booth and Gordon to Cut 6 Mil. Feet of Timber," The Sudbury Journal, August 22, 1895 p. 1; "Local Jottings: Moose Shot by Mayor D. O'Connor will be Displayed in Parliament Buildings," The Sudbury Journal, October 31, 1895, p. 1; "McCormack's Saw Mill Owned by Booth and Shannon Leased by Ex-Mayor D. O'Connor and A.J. Howe," The Sudbury Journal, June 20, 1895, p. 1; and Gary Peck, "The Not-So-Distant-Past: Multi-Faceted Mayor, O'Connor's True Love Lay in Prospecting," The Sudbury Star, October 25, 1980, p. 3

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