RESOURCES
for early Alumni of Frankfurt Army High School

bottom & links

To stay in better touch with fellow overseas brats, there's secret organization called, er, Overseas Brats.  Membership in Joe Condrill's friendly organization includes a printed  newsletter.  

For an e-mail newsletter and the best roster of Frankfurt  alums for mostly 1954-1963, write to Jim Selander,   azselander  withforty-two in numerals after the name,  at qwest dot net   If you're one of us and not on his address list, it's time to come out of hiding.  

The Berlin Brats have an active Website and have put all our yearbooks online as scanned pdfs.  The resolution might not be fantastic, but, if it were, you could never download it, given how far the USA now lags the world in broadband capacities.

The "official" Website for Frankfurt American High School is http://www.frankfurthigh.com/
There are pages devoted to the 1950s, early 60s classes
http://www.frankfurthigh.com/history/subpages/fahs_50s_early_60s.htm
and to buying and selling souvenirs:
http://www.frankfurthigh.com/history/subpages/Memorabilia.htm

If you have any good ground-level photos of the high school or the Idle Hour Theater, regardless of when taken, let's put them onto the Google maps.  Instead of adding them privately, post them instead to Panoramio.  You have to add geo-tag information to the file before uploading it.    0r send them or scans of them to Jim Selander (e-mail above) or the Webmaster of these pages, Jerry  (jerry-va  at removethistext speakeasy dot net)

Graduating 8th Grade (Mrs. Louise Junk's class)
Graduating Freshmen in 1957  (high school)
TOP of this resources page for Ffm alum of the early years
The Significance of  IG Farben AG for Chemistry, Literature and Jews
home of entire Website

Rev: 1Jul09 Panoramio+GeoTagging