Saturday, July 30, 2005


Walter Roscoe Stubbs :: KSHS-i4CQuest

After him came the misnamed redheaded governor. He was not a redhead,
he was flaxen polled, but he acted like a redhead most of the time,
Walter Roscoe Stubbs.

Just about that time along came the Bull Moose movement, led by the immortal Teddy Roosevelt, and this division in the Republican party resulted in the defeat of Stubbs for the U. S. senate.

Kansas State Historical Society, A Moment in Time, suffragists
...Governor Walter Roscoe Stubbs had urged support for woman suffrage
in his inaugural speech and was a member of the men's auxiliary ...
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Governors - Kansas State Historical Society
Walter Roscoe Stubbs, 11 Jan 1909 - 13 Jan 1913, none
... Walter Roscoe Stubbs Born 7 Nov 1858, Richmond, Va.,
and died 25 Mar 1929, Topeka
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