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Christian Balzac Hoffman

Christian Balzac Hoffman
Date: Between 1910 and 1920
A photograph showing Christian Balzac (C.B.) Hoffman seated in a chair reading a book. Born in Switzerland, where his family was in the milling business, C. B immigrated with his family to Wisconsin and then Kansas. The family originally located in Leavenworth when they came to Kansas but they moved to Dickinson County where C. B.'s father Christian was one of the founders of Enterprise, Kansas. After college, C. B. joined his father's milling business but he was involved in numerous other businesses. C. B. Hoffman was active in politics and evolved from a Republican to a Populist to a Socialist. As his beliefs evolved, he gradually cut ties with family in Enterprise. By 1910, he was divorced from his first wife and Hoffman and his second wife were living in Kansas City, Kansas. He ran for U.S. Senator from Kansas on the Socialist ticket in 1914.


Constitution and by-laws of District Number 3 of The Kansas Millers' Association, rules of order, etc.

Constitution and by-laws of District Number 3 of The Kansas Millers' Association, rules of order, etc.
Creator: The Kansas Millers' Association
Date: August 23, 1888
A pamphlet that contains the constitution and by-laws of District Number 3 of The Kansas Miller's Association adopted at a meeting held at Wichita, Kansas, on August 23, 1888. The Millers formed this association to benefit their members and to protect their business. The pamphlet was printed in Wellington, Kansas.


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