Harry Ward Foote Edit Profile
Foote received a Bachelor of Philosophy degree in 1895 and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1898 from Yale University.
Foote began his career as an instructor in chemistry at Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University in 1898. Six years later Harry was appointed an assistant professor and was a professor of physical chemistry since 1912 at the same school. He served as the collector-naturalist on the expedition made by Hiram Bingham to Macchu Picchu in 1911. The Yale Peruvian Expedition collection contains the many glass slides taken by Foote.
Foot was a member of the Royal Geographical Society and the American Chemical Society.
On June 22, 1904 Harry Foot married Martha Babcock Jenkins. They had 4 children.
DiedJanuary 14, 1942 (aged 66)
Resting placeFoote-Ward Cemetery Guilford, Connecticut, United States