|Leader of the Agrarian Party|
|Preceded by||Nils Trædal|
|Succeeded by||Per Borten|
|Chair of the Standing Committee on Transport|
23 January 1950 –10 July 1955
|Preceded by||Position established|
|Succeeded by||Elisæus Vatnaland|
|Minister of Agriculture|
25 June 1945 –5 November 1945
|Prime Minister||Einar Gerhardsen|
|Preceded by||Hans Ystgaard|
|Succeeded by||Kristian Fjeld|
|Member of the Norwegian Parliament|
4 December 1945 –10 July 1955
|Born||19 May 1893|
|Died||10 July 1955 62)(aged|
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