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ADDONIZIO, Hugh Joseph

ADDONIZIO, Hugh Joseph
Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
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ADDONIZIO, Hugh Joseph, A Representative from New Jersey; born in Newark, Essex County, N.J., January 31, 1914; attended the public schools; graduated from West Side High School, Newark, N.J., 1933; graduated from St. Benedict's Prep School, Newark, N.J., 1935; graduated from Fordham University, New York, N.Y., 1939; employed with A & C Clothing Co., of Newark, N.J., in 1939 and became vice president in 1946; during the Second World War entered the United States Army as a private on January 13, 1941; attended Officers Candidate School, Fort Benning, Ga., and commissioned a second lieutenant of Infantry; served with the Sixtieth Infantry, Ninth Division, participating in eight major campaigns; discharged as a captain in February 1946; elected as a Democrat to the Eighty-first and to the six succeeding Congresses and served from January 3, 1949, until his resignation June 30, 1962; elected mayor of Newark, N.J., in 1962 and reelected in 1966, serving until July 1, 1970; unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1970; died on February 2, 1981, in Red Bank, N.J.; interment in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hanover, N.J.

View Record in the Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress

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External Research Collections

Newark Public Library

Newark, NJ
Papers: In the Angelo DeCarlo Tape transcripts, 1962-1965, 0.83 linear foot. Persons represented include Hugh J. Addonizio.
Papers: In the Gus Heningburg Collection, 1967-2008, 16.51 linear feet Persons represented include Hugh J. Addonizio
Papers: In the Newark Mayors Collection (N.J.), 1934-1986, 0.42 linear foot. Persons represented include campaign flyers, pamphlets, and handbills of Hugh J. Addonizio.
Papers: In the Newark Municipal Government Investigation Collection (N.J.), 1936-1985, 0.42 linear foot. Persons represented include Hugh J. Addonizio.

University of Texas at Austin
Briscoe Center for American History

Austin, TX
Papers: In the Sam Rayburn Papers, ca. 1822-2007, approximately 119 linear feet. Correspondents include Hugh J. Addonizio.
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