|Shelton S. Fife|
Charlottesville City Council
|Term Start||September 1, 1932|
|Term End||August 31, 1936|
|Preceded by||Fred L. Watson|
|Succeeded by||J. Emmett Gleason|
|Date of birth||October 2, 1889|
|Date of death||February 5, 1937 (aged 47)|
|Place of birth||City of Charlottesville, Virginia|
|Place of death||Richmond City, Virginia|
|Spouse||Mildred E. Hill Fife (of Richmond)|
|Children||Shelton Douglas Fife (1919–1983)
Francis Harrison Fife
|Residence||City of Charlottesville|
|Profession||Virginia District director of the Works Progress Administration (WPA)|
Shelton Strickler Fife (1889-1937) served four years on the Charlottesville City Council, from 1932 to 1936. His son, Francis Fife, was elected to the council in the 1970 election and served for eight years.
see: 1932 election
Fife was born in the city on October 2, 1889 to Robert Herndon Fife (1843–1919) and Sarah Ann Strickler Fife (1845–1920). Three brothers and three sisters, including W. O. Fife of the city. Fife died of injuries sustained in a car accident in Richmond on February 5, 1937 while on a business trip. He as buried in the Fife Family Cemetery "Oak Lawn. 
- The Works Progress Administration (WPA; renamed in 1939 as the Work Projects Administration) was an American New Deal agency, employing millions of job-seekers (mostly unskilled men) to carry out public works projects, including the construction of public buildings and roads.
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- Web. U.S. Grant of $11,744 sought, Staff Reports, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, August 8, 1933, retrieved August 8, 2016 from University of Virginia Library. Print. August 8, 1933 page 3.
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