Mayor of Milwaukee from 1916 to 1940. Served as City Attorney from 1910 to 1916.
Hoan, who died in 1961 at the age of 80, was a member of the Socialist Party.
Content referencing Daniel Hoan
Business leaders promised to seek funding for parks and museums. Where is it? Jul 7th, 2020 by Patricia Jursik
Another easy win seems certain. Which may not be so good for Milwaukee. Aug 29th, 2019 by Bruce Murphy
The city’s selection for Democratic Convention is symbolic. But of what? Mar 14th, 2019 by Bruce Murphy
Grohmann Museum’s photographic exhibit captures city’s urban farms of the past — and present. Feb 15th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
New book The Fall of Wisconsin, contrasts state’s progressives with Scott Walker era. Jul 13th, 2018 by Dan Kaufman
The great street name purge of 1920s left in place the duplication of Washington names.Jul 11th, 2018 by Carl Baehr
Mayor calling supporters, plans to run for 5th term in 2020, they say.Jun 28th, 2018 by Bruce Murphy
New group aims to light up the Hoan Bridge.May 16th, 2018 by Light the Hoan
Long colorful history includes days as a political campaign headquarters. Feb 19th, 2018 by Michael Horne
Three cases reveal the court overruling precedent while claiming it isn’t. Jul 7th, 2016 by Bruce Thompson
And did Clinton or Sanders win? Morning-after reflections. Feb 12th, 2016 by Bruce Murphy
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Approval sought for river-side complex with 4 townhouses and 85 apartments embracing Swing Park. Nov 12th, 2015 by Michael Horne
Before the War Memorial -- and before trees and vegetation -- the lakefront was a flat plain. May 19th, 2015 by Jeff Beutner
Alderman Joe Davis, Sr. has been appointed as a member of the Board of Directors of the National League of Cities (NLC) for a second term.Dec 4th, 2012 by Joe Davis, Sr.
Minority hiring goal set. Dec 6th, 2004 by Michael Horne
We have had twice as many Mayors as we have had City Treasurers since 1917.Apr 5th, 2004 by Michael Horne
Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager’s drunk driving arrest last week removes her from behind the wheel of her state-owned vehicle for a year, and puts Governor Jim Doyle in the driver’s seat. The two had squabbled, privately, over terms of the Governor’s jobs bill, with Lautenschlager threatening to use her authority to see that the law […]Mar 1st, 2004 by Michael Horne