William E. Stanley
Politician, governor. Republican. Born: December 28, 1844, Knox County, Ohio. Died: October 13, 1910, Wichita, Kansas. Served as 15th Governor of Kansas: January 9, 1899, to January 12, 1903.
William E. Stanley, the first governor to live in the state's executive mansion at Eighth and Buchanan, left his native Ohio and settled in Jefferson County, Kansas, in 1870. After leaving the governor's office in 1903 , he unsuccessfully sought election to the U. S. Senate. He died in Wichita on October 13, 1910.
Entry: Stanley, William E.
Author: Kristina Gaylord
Date Created: June 2011
Date Modified: May 2012
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