H. Frye: Episode 1: An Officer and a Scholar
Season 2013 Episode 2101 | 56m 46s
Biographical Conversations with Henry Frye traces the future statesman’s journey from farmer’s son to law school graduate. The eighth of Walter and Pearl Frye’s twelve children, Henry Eli Frye was born in August 1932 in Ellerbe, North Carolina, and spent his early years toiling on his father’s farm.
Aired: 06/15/13Video has closed captioning.
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Henry Frye talks about going on his first date with his future wife, E. Shirley Taylor
Winners never quit, and quitters never win,"" is a quote that helped Henry Frye.
Henry Frye shares his child dream of becoming a General in the Army, and later a teacher
Henry Frye shares how his mother was willing to raise twelve kids on their family farm.
Henry Frye describes his child experience working tobacco and cotton crops on the family
Henry Frye describes how he and his eleven siblings had to share beds and bedroom space.
Henry Frye describes his childhood relations with his eleven brothers and sisters.
Henry Frye shares his mother's dream of him being a local church preacher.
Henry Frye talks about his experience sawing slabs of wood for the family home stove.
Henry Frye shares why his father didn't believe in talking a lot while working on the farm
Biographical Conversations with... is an ongoing original production of UNC-TV and is funded by a generous grant from the A.J. Fletcher Foundation.