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Mother of Forensic Science, Legal Medicine Professor, Criminologist, Philanthropist, Bethlehem NH Summer Resident: Frances Glessner Lee (1878-1962)

She was born Frances Glessner, but called Fanny by her parents, John J. & Frances (Macbeth) Glessner of Chicago IL. Her father had, with hard work, become a millionaire through his affiliation with the International Harvester Company. Frances self-admittedly had … Continue reading

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Taking Stock in New Hampshire: Colonial Punishment

Some people believe public punishment can go a long way in changing people's behavior.

Colonial New Hampshire residents believed it, … Continue reading

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