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Don L. Crawford was an American politician of the Democratic party, who was the first African-American person to serve as a city commissioner of Dayton, Ohio. He served on the commission from 1962 to 1967.
Dayton's first Negro commissioner, Don L. Crawford, won re-election but ran second to a fellow commissioner. David L. Hall
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