Leopold Hobson Paulger, American government official. Member Sons American Revolution.; Mason.; Club: Columbia Country (Washington, District of Columbia).
Paulger, Leopold Hobson was born on March 7, 1885 in New Hartford, Butler County, Iowa, United States. Son of Frederick Wheatley and Ida (Guthrie) Paulger.
Bachelor of Arts, Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa, 1905.
1 son, John Wheatley (United States Army). Began as superintendent of schools at Center Point, Iowa, 1905-1906. Teacher of mathematics, high school, Boone, Iowa, 1906-1907.
Assistant cashier, State Bank, New Hartford, Iowa, 1907-1908. Successively assistant cashier, cashier and vice-president Security Bank, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1908-1921. President Savings Bank, Plainfield, Iowa, 1914-1922.
Examiner and assistant to directors, War Finance Corporation, Washington, District of Columbia, 1922-1927. Director Division Examiners, Federal Farm Loan Board and assistant to Farm Loan commissioner, Washington, District of Columbia, 1927-1931. Chief Examining Division, R.F.C., Washington, District of Columbia, 1932.
Director Division Examinations, Board governments Federal Reserve System, Washington, District of Columbia, 1932-1946. Special adviser, since 1946. Trustee Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa.
Member Sons American Revolution. Mason.; Club: Columbia Country (Washington, District of Columbia).