Jersey City's Mayor Hague: Last of the Bosses, Not First Of The Dictators
Amid cries of "Communist" and "Fascist" he and the C.I.O are fighting it out

Originally appeared in Life on February 7, 1938
Photographs by Margaret Bourke-White
Edited by GET NJ, COPYRIGHT 2004

More About Jersey City Mayor Frank Hague

Hague's City Hall was built in 1892, is of gray stone topped by five green copper cupolas. The Mayor, who rides through his city's streets in a bullet-proof car and always has a body guard, occupies a high, paneled office behind three well-guarded outer rooms.

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