|Name||Charles Hunter Corregan|
Syracuse, New York , United States
|| December 11, 1860
|Died||June 19, 1946
|Last Modifed||Dr. Cynic|
Mar 19, 2009 03:55pm
|Info||CORREGAN, Charles Hunter - printer and activist in the Socialist Labor Party. |
Born 12/11/1860 in Oswego NY, son of William H. & Susannah (Gilmore) Corregan.
Graduate of Oswego High School, 1879; studied law
Printer; reporter for the Oswego Times 1881-1884
Foreman, Auburn [NY] Dispatch 1887-1888, then for the Syracuse Standard 1889-1892
Married Margaret Watson 5/3/1890; five children. Episcopalian.
Socialist Labor Party candidate for U.S. House 1896
SLP candidate for Syracuse School Board 1897
SLP candidate for NY Governor 1898, 1900, 1928
Manager, New York Labor News, 1902-1904
Foreman, New York Daily People, 1904
SLP candidate for US President, 1904
Delegate to the SLP national conventions of 1904 and 1924
Member of the International Typographical Union, Central Trades and Labor Assembly of Syracuse, NY State Federation of Labor
Died 6/19/1946 in Syracuse NY.
James T. Havel, U.S. Presidential Candidates and the Elections, vol. 1, pp. 127-128.