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Birth:1925
Death:Sep 18 1985
Name:Harry Payne Whitney
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Text:".... Whitney Home-^ It ^ currently reported In Thomas-ville today that Mr. Childs, of Talla-iAhassee wàs formally awarded the contract for the erection of the home of Mr. HarryPayneWhitney. The home..."
Date:May 24 1922
Publication:Thomasville, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... thoroughly discussing the situation it was decided to place HarryPayneWhitney in command, and he will have the same team mates that won the cup at Hurlingham four years ago and successfully defended..."
Date:June 9 1913
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... the horses of flis employer, HarryPayne. Whitney, 'and it may be that the lesson win do him some good. _ 5, .second; Miss. Critten'aeu. 107 and even, third. Time, ;i04 1-S, Miss Imu- gene. Lurid; She .tVolt..."
Date:Aug 13 1908
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... of Mr. H. P. Whitney, whose father was himself much respected in his ventures on the English Turf, and in his rivalry to the late Mr. J. A. Keene at home and abroad aroused great attention. Mr. Harry..."
Date:July 31 1909
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... was running over his horses at the finish. He made up lengths in the last 60 yards, ami was up in time to win in the final strides. HarryPayne "Whitney's 2-ypar-old nlne, who has shown steadily improving form..."
Date:Oct 24 1914
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... and Pvt. Chick Har-, bert ot Chicago, 69's.. Arnulfo de la Rosa Manager Phone 501 HarryPayneWhitney was America's premier sportsman and a spectacular bettor. Had the colts and 'did .not hesitate to send..."
Date:June 29 1944
Publication:Brownsville, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... until it was bought back again by HarryPayneWhitney, who has just died in it, lay the deaths to a hoodoo they think surrounds the house. In one way Science laughs at the idea of a hoodoo, but in another..."
Date:Dec 14 1930
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Doro- "hy Whitney, and HarryPayneWhitney. Driving for .Mr. Pratt, Miss Pratt brought Jjady Eocene and Queen Mab home wear- ing the blue. Mrs. Thomas Hastings, i driving Miss Whitney's Bachelor..."
Date:Oct 17 1909
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... plain, but language-, told thqcap- YOKK, that individualism -wag'-.tne HarryPayne- Whitney, j keynote-, of campaign: jcontinued by sayir.g that cst fortunes in America, died i tions should be based..."
Date:Oct 27 1930
Publication:Kingsport, Tennessee, United States of America
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Text:"... at Washington Chicago at Boston. .517 .484 .462 ,469 .446 THE AMERICAN LEAGUE Standings W L Pet. St. Louis 38 28 .576 New York 32 29 -523 oston 34 Chicago 30 '___ 31 ___ 30 HarryPayneWhitney was America..."
Date:June 29 1944
Publication:Brownsville, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... NEWPORT. R. I., Aug. 25.—That golden bond which holds the world in thrall today united the houses of Vanderbilt and Whitney. HarryPayneWhitney and Gertrude Vanderbilt, looked to by a curious world..."
Date:Aug 26 1896
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... £vxbtwhbbb. (Prom Our Spaolal Corraspondant.) Tiro things marked out 1900 as an exceptional polo year. One was tho visit to this oountry of Mr. HarryPayneWhitney’s brilliant Meadow Brook team, which resulted..."
Date:Apr 26 1910
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the blue-hatted boys from Oakland wen racing. It is said a wealthy New Yorker is backing him. HarryPayneWhitney has made a number of entries to the stakes fit the Washington Jockey Club to be de- cided..."
Date:Oct 2 1905
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"..., to fill the. vacancy caused by. the death of "William C. For the oflice of Vice President HarryPayneWhitney was chosen to succeed Mr. Hitch- ____ cock, while Clarence H. Mackay was elected j tat..."
Date:Mar 18 1904
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...- ganization named Mariano, Ibelli, .Sallol, and VittozL WAR WHOOP AT YORK RACES. H. P. Whitney's' American Trainer' Startles British Turfmen. Special cable to THB NEW TOHK LONDON, Aug. HarryPayne "Whitney..."
Date:Aug 29 1909
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"...HARRYPAYNEWHITNEY ENTRY TAKE C LA FIRST IN STAKES FROM FIRST had been a good but he failed In the Kentucky to say the he tainly is not a He Is small and he is not is a. much handsomer colt..."
Date:May 16 1921
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... had the spoils in safe keeping. The youngster, however, made up a lot of ground in the last furlong, and Mr. HarryPayneWhitney, who witnessed tlie face from the Club i^and, seemed a little..."
Date:Aug 25 1909
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... an at Ills death In left ViU a ncy estimated then.at HarryPayneWhitney was a brothe of the late Payne Whitney, nnancic philanthropist' and sportsman, wh gave millions to charitable and othe institutions..."
Date:Oct 27 1930
Publication:Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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Text:"... served as a stimulus to popular interest in racing. Though only one American stable has figured conspicuously in the racing to date, the developments of the ceason have put HarryPayneWhitney..."
Date:May 2 1909
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:".... Robert Bacon'3 Leo, which performed splendidly over the Jumps. Mrs, Reg- inald Brooks, was again second In this uy Klslnoro roan m Pattle Pembroke, ridden by Weir; HarryPayneWhitney's ch. m. apcond; H. W..."
Date:Oct 6 1907
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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