Thomas Robins (politician)
Thomas Robins 
|19th Mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut|
1923 – 1927
|Preceded by||Calvin Barton|
|Succeeded by||Anson F. Keeler|
|Children||Rubin (b 1891–died 1940)|
Thomas Robins (1863-1941) (also "Thomas Robbins") was a two-term Republican mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut. He had previously served on the Board of Electrical Commissioners. and on the Norwalk Common Council.
| Mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut
Anson F. Keeler
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- List of mayors of Norwalk, Connecticut
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