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Harry Hayward

Harry Hayward, American agricultural studies educator. Member Delaware State Board Education; Fellow Association Promotion Agricultural Science.

Background

  • Hayward, Harry was born on May 19, 1869 in Lewistown, New York, United States. Son of George Calvin and Frances (Baker) Hayward.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Cornell University, 1894. Master of Science, 1901. Special courses in agriculture, University of Minnesota, Hameln Dairy School, Germany, Reading (England) College and Harvard Medical School.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Mary Frances. Assistant in dairy husbandry, 1894-1896, instructor, 1896-1898, assistant professor, 1898-1902, Pennsylvania State College. Professor animal and dairy husbandry, N.H. State College, 1902-1903.

      Assistant chief, dairy div., bureau of Animal Industry, unites states department of Agriculture, 1903. Organizer, and director Department of Agriculture, Mount Hermon (Massachusetts) Boys’ School, 1903-1906. Director Delaware College Experiment Station and dean of department of agriculture, Delaware College, 1906-1920.

      Head Bureau Science and Agriculture, N. W. Ayer & Son, since 1920. Director Dutton Investing Corporation Director College of Agriculture, American Expeditionary Force University, Beaune, France, 1919. Twice decorated by French Government for services in education.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Member Delaware State Board Education. Fellow Association Promotion Agricultural Science.

    Connections

    • Married Lillian Woolson, September 7, 1897.
    • father: George Calvin Hayward
    • mother: Frances (Baker) Hayward
    • spouse: Lillian Woolson
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    Born March 19, 1869
    Died March 4, 1932
    (aged 62)
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