Harry Halstead McPheeters (1892-1960)

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Harry Halstead McPheeters (1892-1960) was a photographer with McPheeters and Son. (b. November 05, 1892, Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana, 47408, USA - d. June 18, 1960, Nassau Hospital, Mineola, Nassau County, New York, 11501, USA)


Harry was the son of Lincoln A. McPheeters (1863-1942) and Mary Eva Rhodes.


He married Ethel Louise Brush (1898-1991) on July 23, 1922 in New York City, New York. Ethel was the daughter of Richard Arlington Brush (1874-1944) and Catherine Lavinia Lattin (1878-1964).


He died in 1960.


His remains were cremated and the ashes were buried in the casket that contained his wife.

Memories about HarryEdit

  • Harold McPhetters wrote in 2013: "We were quite constrained in spending money. Pop worked at one of Long Island's aircraft factories in the early years, but was then laid off. In the great Depression he worked for the WPA, building drives and walks in Hempstead State Park on Long Island. Then he got a job as Janitor at the Garden City National Bank where he was working when I went off to college. With the start of WW II he went back to Republic Aviation and things got much better. In WW II I was drafted and then sent to the ASTP (Army Specialized Training Program) for Premed and then Medical School in Kentucky, so I have not been around home much."

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