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Benjamin Sanford Paulen, Kansas Governor

Benjamin Sanford Paulen, Kansas Governor
Date: 1915
This photograph represents Benjamin Sanford Paulen, 1869-1961, while serving as Kansas Senator for District 13. He begins a career in politics when he is elected, in 1912, as a Republican to the Kansas Senate representing District thirteenth of Wilson County, Kansas. A position he serves in from 1913 to 1920. Paulen continues a career in politics when he is elected, in 1922, as lieutenant governor of Kansas serving with governor Jonathan M. Davis. He accepts the Republican nomination for governor in 1924 and is elected in the November general election as the twenty-third governor of Kansas. Paulen serves from January 12, 1925 - January 14, 1929. During his administration he signs into law the 1927 Kindergarten Bill and legalizes cigarettes sales.


Benjamin Sanford Paulen, Kansas Governor

Benjamin Sanford Paulen, Kansas Governor
Date: Between January 12, 1925 and January 14, 1929
This formal portrait shows Benjamin Sanford Paulen, 1869-1961, a banker from Fredonia, Kansas. He begins a career in politics when he is elected, in 1912, as a Republican to the Kansas Senate representing District thirteenth of Wilson County, Kansas. A position he serves in from 1913 to 1920. Paulen continues a career in politics when he is elected, in 1922, as lieutenant governor of Kansas serving with governor Jonathan M. Davis. He accepts the Republican nomination for governor in 1924 and is elected in the November general election as the twenty-third governor of Kansas. Paulen serves from January 12, 1925 - January 14, 1929. During his administration he signs into law the 1927 Kindergarten Bill and legalizes cigarettes sales.


Benjamin Stanford Paulen, Kansas Governor

Benjamin Stanford Paulen, Kansas Governor
Date: Unknown
This portrait represents Benjamin Stanford Paulen during his time as Chairman of the State Board of Social Welfare. Prior to that he served as the twenty-third governor of Kansas. See item numbers 208256 and 208258 for additional information.


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