Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, aka: Emanuel Julius (1889-1951) - From Girard, Emanuel
was an author, publisher and social reformer. Julius changed his name
after he married Anna Marcet Haldeman.
Anna Marcet Haldeman-Julius (1887-1941) - From Girard, she was an actress, bank
president, and author.
John A. Halderman
Soldier, statesman and diplomat from Leavenworth.
Charles A. Hamelton
- A pro-slavery leader during the
Moses Harman (1830-1910) - From Valley Falls, Harman was a schoolteacher,
publisher, and a staunch supporter for women's rights. He was prosecuted under
the Comstock Law for content published in his anarchist periodical Lucifer
Alexander Harris (1841-1909)
-Civil engineer and United States Senator.
Fred Harvey (1835-1901) - From
Harvey started the national chain of famous Harvey House restaurants and hotels
that once stood at many of the railroad stations in the West.
James Madison Harvey
The fifth governor of
Carl A. Hatch (1889-1963) - From Kirwin, he was a U.S. Senator and U.S. District
Judge, and author of the Hatch Act.
Coleman Hawkins (1904-1969) - From Topeka, he was a jazz saxophonist who played
with Dizzy Gillespie, Fletcher Henderson, Duke Ellington, and Count Basie.
Steve Hawley (1952-present) - Born in Ottawa and raised in Salina, Hawley was an
astronaut who was a mission specialist on the maiden flight of the Space Shuttle
Discovery. Today he is a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kansas.
Seth M. Hays
(1811-1873) - The grandson of Daniel Boone, Seth M. Hays was the first white
settler and Santa Fe Trail trader in
Kansas. He was the founder of
His home, a stone barn, and restaurant continue to stand today.
Clara H. Hazelrigg (1859-??) -
Teacher, author and evangelist.
Hibbs (1901-1975) - From Pretty Prairie, Hibbs became the editor of
the Saturday Evening Post and Reader's Digest.
James Butler "Wild
Bill" Hickok (1837-1876) -
Abilene and Elsworth gunfighter and lawman.
(1849-1920) - Newspaper publisher and the 17th
Governor of Kansas
from 1905 to 1909.