Saturday, August 26, 2023
Monday, August 26, 2019
We have been meaning to do this project for the Jack Frye audience for quite some time. It is now officially completed. The presentation is produced in 5 parts and we are proud to bring it too you. It primarily centers on Jack Frye's professional career and impact on the Airline Industry in America and around the world. Sit back and spend some time in the life of this great man of airline history. We hope you enjoy the series.
Saturday, August 17, 2019
|The President's Day|
What do you do in a day? Meet with your boss, employees, clients? Go out to lunch
with friends? Go to the dentist, the grocery store, or school? Come see what
President Truman did every day of his Presidency! Search for a specific day (what
was President Truman doing on your birthday?) or search for a specific person
(how many times did President Truman meet with George Marshall?). President
Truman also met with numerous everyday citizens during the course of his duties--
did he meet with one of your relatives? Search the calendar to find out!
|President Harry S. Truman.Source: Truman Library|
|The creation of this online resource was made possible in part by funding from the William T. Kemper Foundation|
Commerce Bank, Trustee.
- Return to Truman Library home page
Sunday, November 20, 2016
Cigar humidors are not a big deal right? I mean, they are just wooden boxes that house and keep the contents fresh. Well this humidor is different because it belonged to one of Americas greatest pioneers in Airline aviation history. This is Jack Frye's humidor.
Being an airline mogul and very successful business entrepreneur during the golden age of aviation, Jack acquired some very nice personal tastes. As it were he entertained many distinguished high powered people over fine dinners and drink, and this writers favorite - fine cigars.
This photo donated by his daughter Nevajac Frye is Jacks personal cigar humidor that to this day dawns her mantle, a prized possession of her dads belongings. Oh the historical pioneering conversations with key people about the emerging business and the fine Cuban Habana cigars he must have offered during those meetings from this humidor during the glamorous and rapid growth of American aviation, I can only imagine.
Many photos of Jack Frye you will notice, he has cigars in his suit coat pocket, between his lips and clutched with his fingers. If there ever was a person who just looked perfect with a lit cigar, it was Jack Frye.