Philip H. Bruck
|Philip H. Bruck|
|29th Mayor of Columbus|
|Preceded by||Charles C. Walcutt|
|Succeeded by||George J. Karb|
January 6, 1845|
|Died||January 6, 1920 (aged 75)
|Resting place||Green Lawn Cemetery
|Residence||961 S. High St.
|Alma mater||Central High School|
City Council Member
Board of Education Member
Philip H. Bruck (January 6, 1845 – January 6, 1920) was the 29th mayor of Columbus, Ohio and the 26th person to serve in that office. He served Columbus for two consecutive terms. His successor, George J. Karb, took office in 1897. He died in 1920.
- "Bruck, Philip H (1/6/1845-1/6/1920)". Columbus in Historic Photographs. Columbus. Ohio: Columbus Metropolitan Library. Retrieved 10 November 2013.
- The Columbus "400": Men Of the Ohio Capital, Well Known In the Learned Professions, Commerce, Manufactures, Finance, Business Life and Public Affairs. Columbus, Ohio: Press-Post Print. Company. 1896. p. 101.
- Lee, Alfred Emory (1892). History of the City of Columbus, Capital of Ohio. Volume 2. Munsell & Company. pp. 480, 820–821.
- Philip H. Bruck at Find a Grave
- Philip H. Bruck at Political Graveyard
- Photo of residence at 961 S. High St. in 1889
Charles C. Walcutt
|Mayor of Columbus, Ohio
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