Anthony F. Ittner
Anthony Friday Ittner ( born October 8, 1837 in Lebanon, Ohio, † February 22, 1931 in St. Louis, Missouri ) was an American politician. Between 1877 and 1879 he represented the State of Missouri in the U.S. House of Representatives.
In 1844, Anthony Ittner moved with his parents to St. Louis, where he attended the public schools. He then served an apprenticeship as a bricklayer. Later he put bricks forth. Politically, Ittner joined the Republican Party. He was a member of the state militia of Missouri and was in the years 1867 and 1867 the city council in St. Louis. From 1868 to 1870 he was a delegate in the House of Representatives from Missouri; 1870-1876 he was in the state Senate.
In the congressional elections of 1876 Ittner was the first electoral district of Missouri in the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington DC chosen, where he succeeded the Democrats Edward C. Kehr on March 4, 1877. Since he resigned in 1876 to run again, he could do only a legislative sessions in Congress until March 3, 1879.
After his retirement from the U.S. House of Representatives sat Ittner his career as a manufacturer of bricks continued. He was President of the Confederation of construction companies ( National Association of Builders ) and the nationwide Maurer Guild. In 1917 he retired from business life in retirement back. Anthony Ittner died on February 22, 1931 at the age of 93 years.