Kansas State Capitol - Online tour - Arthur Capper
Arthur Capper by Peter "Fritz" Felten, second floor rotunda, northwest corner
Arthur Capper (1865-1961) from Garnett was a newspaper publisher, owned radio stations, and was the state’s first native-born governor, 1915–1919, the 20th governor of Kansas. He later served in the U.S. Senate.
"I try to live each day so that I like to live with myself."
This time capsule is located below the Capper statue.
The Kansas American Revolution Bicentennial Time Capsule
Sealed within are contains materials of 1976 relating to Kansas and the observance of the nation's 200th anniversary honoring the patriots of 1776 and the pioneers of this state. The capsule is to remain unopened until July 4, 2076.
Warren W. Shaw, KARBC chairman,
Robert F. Bennett, governor