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| City Marshal, Mayor, Postmaster|Henry C. Myers Wikipedia
Henry C. Myers (1855 – ?) was born in Fremont, Ohio before moving across the plains to the Big Hole in modern-day Beaverhead County, Montana in June 1863. He was elected city marshal in 1883, and later served 11 months as mayor of Missoula, Montana from May 23, 1884 until he was replaced by Thomas C. Marshall on April 13, 1885.
After his brief time as mayor, Myers continued to stay active in the regional government. He was part of the 1889 boundary line commission appointed to establish boundary lines between Silver Bow, Deer Lodge, Beaverhead, and Missoula Counties. In March 1891, he was nominated by President Benjamin Harrison to be postmaster of Missoula.