: William Henry Fry was a wood carver and guilder of the Aesthetic Movement which began in England. He was born about 1830 and lived until about 1929. In 1850, he moved with his family to Cincinnati, Ohio where he worked in a shop run by his father, Henry. His father had carved the throne for Queen Victoria. Many of William's pieces can be seen in the Cincinnati Art Museum. View on Ohio Memory.
: SA1039AV_B12F09_044_001 Subjects
: Ohio; Art;Wood-carving Places
: Cincinnati (Ohio); Hamilton County (Ohio)