Archie J. Pratt
Archie James Pratt
|15th Mayor of|
North Adams, Massachusetts
|Preceded by||William Johnson|
|Succeeded by||William Johnson|
|Born||July 13, 1880|
|Resting place||Southview Cemetery, North Adams, Massachusetts|
Archie James Pratt (July 13, 1880 – November 1959) was an American businessman and politician who served as the fifteenth Mayor of North Adams, Massachusetts.
Pratt was, with Ed Price, the co-owner of Rice's Drug Store on the corner of Main and Eagle streets in North Adams.
- United States, Selective Service System (September 1918), World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; Registration Berkshire County, Massachusetts; Roll: 1684875; Draft Board: 1., Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration
- Rivers, Roger (November 17, 2009), Drug stores were all in the family, North Adams, Massachusetts: The North Adams Transcript
| 15th Mayor of North Adams, Massachusetts
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