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Urey Woodson, Norman Edward Mack, and Robert Crain at the 1912 Democratic National Convention in Baltimore

Norman Edward Mack (July 24, 1858 - December 26, 1932) was editor and publisher of the Buffalo Daily Times.[1] He was also chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 1908 through 1912.


He was born July 24, 1855, in West William, Ontario. He was editor and publisher of the Buffalo Daily Times.[2] He sold his paper in 1929 to Scripps-Howard for $6,000,000.[1]

He retired in 1931 and died on December 26, 1932 in Buffalo, New York.[1][3]


  1. ^ a b c "Mack Out". Time magazine.,9171,742269,00.html. Retrieved 2009-08-24. "Last week Committeeman Mack, 73, announced that he would soon retire. Long had his square, bushy-browed face, his well-groomed figure, his cane been familiar at Democratic councils. His newspaper had thrived, been sold in 1929 to Scripps-Howard for a reported $6,000,000. He wanted to retire to his home on Buffalo's fashionable Delaware Avenue. He announced his support of Oliver Cabana Jr. as his successor in the Democratic leadership of Erie County."  
  2. ^ "Encyclopedia of American Biography". "Norman Edward Mack, journalist, was born July 24, 1855 [sic], in West William, Ontario. He is editor and publisher of the Buffalo Daily Times."  
  3. ^ "Norman E. Mack Dies After Short Illness. Buffalo Publisher Was for Many Years a Member of the Democratic National Committee. Founded Buffalo Times. Warm Friend of Governors Roosevelt and Smith and a Champion of Bryan.". New York Times. December 26, 1932. Retrieved 2009-08-24. "Norman E. Mack, former Buffalo newspaper publisher and for many years chairman of the National Democratic Committee, died at 12:50 o'clock this morning in his home at 1,100 Delaware Avenue after a brief illness. He was 74 years old."  


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