♂ Henry Frank Lenser

1895 - 1972


Heinrich Franz

Henry Frank Lenser
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Augusta W Koschnitzki
Augusta W Koschnitzki
1860 - 1940
Albert G Lenser
Albert G Lenser
1862 - 1953
Helen Louise Clinger
Helen Louise Clinger
1900 - 1968
Anna Lenser
Anna Lenser
1887 - 1963
Otto Lenser
Otto Lenser
1891 - 1968
Paul G Lenser
Paul G Lenser
1892 - 1975


Apr 21
Age: 1m
1895 • In Munich, bicyclists have to pass a test and display license plates.


Age: 21y


Venango County, Pennsylvania, USA ⇓
During World War 1, he worked under base hospital 57, which served in France. The photo is of base Hospital No. 57, which "took over a large school building and functioned...as a part of the Paris district. There the normal bed capacity of the hospital was 1,800, distributed in 75 wards; but during October, 1918, as many as 2,000 sick and wounded were in the hospital." The draft notes that he was drafted in 1917, and starting in 1918, he served in the army at the medical department in an "Evac hospital". Base Hospital 57 "sailed from Brest, France, August 13, 1919, and arrived in the United States August 22, 1919, aboard the KaiserineAugusta Victoria, and was demobilized shortly afterwards."
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1917 • WWI: Battle of Cambrai: British forces, using tanks, make early progress in an attack on German positions but are soon beaten back.


Age: 24y
1920 • 4,025 suspected communists and anarchists arrested and held without trial in the United States following raids in several cities.


Age: 27y


Helen Louise Clinger
Oil City, Venango, Pennsylvania, USA ⇓
After their marriage, they moved to 12 Pearl Avenue, Oil City. The house was built in 1900.
1922 • Turkish forces pursuing withdrawing Greek troops enter Izmir, effectively ending the Greco-Turkish War (1919–1922).


Age: 34y

birth of child

Lois Lenser


Age: 44y


Apr 27
Age: 47y
1942 Heinkel test pilot Helmut Schenk becomes the first person to escape from a stricken aircraft with an ejection seat.


Apr 23
Age: 56y
1951 • U.S. President Harry S Truman relieves General Douglas MacArthur of his Far Eastern commands.


Apr 10
Age: 77y
1972 John Wojtowicz, 27, and Sal Naturile, 18, hold several Chase Manhattan Bank employees hostage for 17 hours in Gravesend, Brooklyn, N.Y. (an event later dramatized in the film Dog Day Afternoon).