PAULIN, Ralph Harold (1886-1935), Ohio-born avocational photographer who lived in Santa Barbara for most of his life. Paulin made many trips to the California Channel Islands and took hundreds of photographs, turning them into stereoptican views. He traveled with Horace Sexton and Captain Mortimer Rodehaver on some trips.
Paulin married Clara Luella Jacobson (1886-1974) in 1906 and they one son, Stewart Harold (1908-1981). According to his World War I draft registration card, Paulin had brown hair and brown eyes.
Ralph Paulin died at age 49. He and his wife are both buried in Goleta Cemetery, as is their son Stewart and his wife, Elizabeth Mary née Davis (1907-2008).