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Samuel C. Irving (1858-1930) served as mayor of the City of
Berkeley, California from 1915 to 1919. Irving was born in
Cleveland, Ohio in 1858. He came to Berkeley to attend the
University of California from which he graduated in 1879. Samuel
Irving married his wife Laura Sell in 1886. They had two sons, Fred
and Livingston. The family lived in San Francisco in 1900 and
Berkeley by 1910. In 1901, he served on the Board of Regents of the
University of California. In 1926, he ran unsuccessfully for the
U.S. Senate on the Democratic ticket.
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