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The way we were: 1950

Chaplain Henry H. Cassler, a pastor of the United Lutheran Church in America, talks with an inmate at the Chillicothe, Ohio, federal penitentiary in 1950. Cassler also served as adviser to all Protestant chaplains in the federal correctional system.

Chaplain Henry H. Cassler, a pastor of the United Lutheran Church in America, talks with an inmate at the Chillicothe, Ohio, federal penitentiary in 1950. Cassler also served as adviser to all Protestant chaplains in the federal correctional system.


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Charles

Charles

Posted at 5:23 pm (U.S. Eastern) 3/4/2008

Wow. I knew Henry in the 1970s.

Clarence Cassler

Clarence Cassler

Posted at 12:59 pm (U.S. Eastern) 4/8/2009

I am doing family history on my cassler family and looking for info on a Rev.Henry Cassler born around 1870 in Indiana. He would have been a half brother to my father, Clarence Cassler Sr.

Marcia

Marcia

Posted at 8:00 pm (U.S. Eastern) 10/1/2009

The Henry H. Cassler in the pic was my uncle.  I do family history and can provide data if you are interested.



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