He turned excited about images when he was twenty years old and opened a pictures studio in Goldendale, Washington. He was a well-known Whitman County photographer and was elected Justice fo the Peace in 1890. His father was a Union Army Staff Surgeon in the Civil War. In 1890 he opened the Chicago Transparency Company. In 1912 he moved to Seattle to work as a photographer for the American Lumber, a trade journal.
Yet Henry has the support of many in his community and beyond. Sarah, a successful storekeeper in the Trobriand Islands, offers with both currencies and agrees there is a need for such an institution. A provocative movie for each anthropology and economics courses.