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Harry Hayward

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


  • 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.


    • 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.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Presbyn


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


    • 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)