|Henry Ware, 1886|
1871 - 1956; parents: Charles Pickard Ware and Elizabeth Lawrence Appleton; married: 1898, Louisa Fuller Wilson; lived at 195 Walnut St.
Henry’s family lived at 195 Walnut St. in the 1880s, one of a string of houses built and owned by Edward Philbrick. Henry graduated from Harvard College in 1893; graduated from Harvard Law School, married, 1898, Louisa Fuller Wilson; and joined the law firm of Storey and Thorndike. His sister, Mary, is also featured in this album. His father, Charles Ware was a music transcriber and educator and an abolitionist who worked with freedmen in Port Royal, part of the areas of South Carolina controlled by the Union Army. He later contributed to the publication of Slave Songs of the United States.