I acquired several dozen Kodachrome slides via eBay, attributed to Henry H Soulen. He was born in Yeadon, PA on March 30 1915 to Henry J and Gertrude Biesel Soulen. In 1938, he received his baccalaureate in finance from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business. During World War II, he served in the Pacific theater as a pilot in the U.S. Army Air Corps. On September 17 1960, he married Harriet E. Juntilla in Cranford. From his youth he vacationed and later lived seasonally at Stonington on Deer Isle, where he loved the people, way of life and natural surroundings. He later lived in Brunswick, Maine where he died Wednesday, May 27 2009 at a Brunswick hospital. He had at least one child, a son son Henry Jon Soulen. His second wife was Suzanne of Langhorne, PA. He had seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
He worked for the Department of State as an information officer posted in Iraq and then worked in the film distribution industry in New York. He then worked for the Department of Defense as an information and education specialist, where he served in Japan for nine years and then at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He had a lifelong passion for photography and was a skilled photographer. During his travels, he would capture the local culture by photographing the people and landscape. Obituary