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John Krum

John M. Krum
11th Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri
In office
Preceded by Bryan Mullanphy
Succeeded by James G. Barry
1st Mayor of Alton, Illinois
In office
1837 – tbc
Personal details
Born (1810-03-10)March 10, 1810
Hillsdale, New York
Died September 13, 1883(1883-09-13) (aged 73)
St. Louis, Missouri
Political party Democratic

John M. Krum (1810–1883) was the eleventh mayor of St. Louis, Missouri and the first mayor of Alton, Illinois.

In 1860 he was the chairman of the Credentials Committee at the Democratic National Convention held in Charleston, S.C. and Baltimore, Md..


External links

  • John M. Krum at the St. Louis Public Library: St. Louis Mayors website.
Political offices
Preceded by
Bryan Mullanphy
Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri
Succeeded by
James G. Barry
New title Mayor of Alton, Illinois
1837 – tbc
Succeeded by
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