Walker, Paul E.
The following data is extracted from A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans.
Paul E. Walker, a son of A. D. Walker of Holton, has been a Topeka lawyer for the past fifteen years. He was born at his father's home in Holton, Kansas, August 27, 1876, grew up in his native city, attending the public schools, and took his college course in California, being a graduate of Leland Stanford University. He took his A. B. degree there in 1898, and then entered the Harvard Law School, where he was graduated LL.B. in 1902.
In the fall of 1902 Mr. Walker began practice in Topeka as assistant attorney for the Rock Island Railway Company. He was promoted to general attorney for this road with jurisdiction over Missouri and Kansas and part of other states.
Mr. Walker married Helen Morrow, daughter of O. S. Morrow, who for many years was a prominent factor in affairs in Kansas.
Source: A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans