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Adele Boehme Fine with her children

Adele Boehme Fine with her children
Creator: Brady
Date: 1905
Adele Boehme Fine with her children Harry, John and Margaret. As a teenager, Harry Fine, a recent graduate of Andover High School, Princeton, New Jersey, worked on the W. J. Tod Ranch near Maple Hill, Kansas, from October,1915 to June,1916. While working on the ranch, Harry wrote letters and postcards describing his experiences. The letters and postcards can be read on this web site at item 209185.


Harry Boehme Fine

Harry Boehme Fine
Date: Between 1950 and 1954
A photograph of Harry Boehme Fine teaching American History at St. Mark's School, Southborough, Massachusetts. As a teenager, Fine, a graduate of Andover High School, Princeton, New Jersey, worked on the W. J. Tod Ranch near Maple Hill, Kansas, from October, 1915 to June, 1916. While working on the ranch, Fine wrote letters and postcards to his family describing his experiences. He later graduated from Princeton and became headmaster of the Princeton Preparatory School. In 1940, he received a master's degree in history from Columbia and taught at St. Mark's School. The original letters and postcards can be read by entering item 209185 in the Kansas Memory search box.


Harry Boehme Fine

Harry Boehme Fine
Date: Between 1945 and 1949
A photograph of Harry Boehme Fine. As a teenager, Fine, a graduate of Andover High School, Princeton, New Jersey, worked on the W. J. Tod Ranch near Maple Hill, Kansas, from October, 1915 to June, 1916. While working on the ranch, Fine wrote letters to his family describing his experiences. He later graduated from Princeton and became headmaster of the Princeton Preparatory School. In 1940, he received a master's degree in history from Columbia University and taught at St. Mark's School, Southborough, Massachusetts. The original letters and postcards can be read by entering item 209185 in the Kansas Memory search box.


Harry Boehme Fine

Harry Boehme Fine
Date: 1959
A photograph of Harry Boehme Fine at Essex, Lake Champlain. As a teenager, Fine, a graduate of Andover High School, Princeton, New Jersey, worked on the W. J. Tod Ranch near Maple Hill, Kansas, from October, 1915 to June, 1916. While working on the ranch, Fine wrote letters and postcards to his family describing his experiences. He later graduated from Princeton and became headmaster of the Princeton Preparatory School. In 1940, he received a master's degree in history from Columbia University and taught at St. Mark's School, Southborough, Massachusetts. The original letters and postcards can be read by entering item 209185 in the Kansas Memory search box.


Harry Boehme Fine

Harry Boehme Fine
Date: 1915
A photograph of Harry Boehme Fine. As a teenager, Fine, a graduate of Andover High School, Princeton, New Jersey, worked on the W. J. Tod Ranch near Maple Hill, Kansas, from October, 1915 to June, 1916. While working on the ranch, Fine wrote letters and postcards to his family describing his experiences. The original letters and postcards can be read by entering item 209185 in the Kansas Memory search box.


Harry Boehme Fine and family

Harry Boehme Fine and family
Date: 1940
A photograph of Harry and Darrah Fine and their children Molly, Johnny and Paul. As a teenager, Harry Fine, a graduate of Andover High School, Princeton, New Jersey, worked on the W. J. Tod Ranch near Maple Hill, Kansas, from October, 1915 to June, 1916. While working on the ranch, Fine wrote letters and postcards to his family describing his experiences. He later graduated from Princeton and became headmaster of the Princeton Preparatory School. In 1940, he received a master's degree in history from Columbia University and taught at St. Mark's School, Southborough, Massachusetts. The original letters and postcards can be read by entering item 209185 in the Kansas Memory search box.


Harry Fine correspondence

Harry Fine correspondence
Creator: Fine, Harry
Date: October 1915-June 1916
These postcards and letters were written by Harry B. Fine to his parents, Mr. And Mrs. John B. Fine, Princeton, New Jersey, while he was working on the W. J. Tod Ranch, Maple Hill, Kansas. Harry worked on the ranch from October of 1915 to June of 1916. While working on the farm, Harry wrote letters describing his experiences on the ranch. He had just graduated from Andover High School in New Jersey at the age of 15. His father, John, felt that he was too young to start college and thought that a little work experience would do the boy good. The letters describe the year in the life of a teenager who is away from home and in unfamiliar surroundings for the first time. He provides detail about his chores and the people with whom he works.


John Burchard Fine

John Burchard Fine
Date: Between 1920 and 1929
A photograph of John Burchard Fine, father of Harry Fine. As a teenager, Harry Fine, a graduate of Andover High School, Princeton, New Jersey, worked on the W. J. Tod Ranch near Maple Hill, Kansas, from October, 1915 to June, 1916. While working on the ranch, Fine wrote letters and postcards to his family describing his experiences. The original letters and postcards can be read by entering item 209185 in the Kansas Memory search box.


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