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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...- ' NO> 1 — L. Wat'rbury. No. 2— J.M.Whury. tr. I No. 2— .1. B. Cowdln. No 3— H. P. Whitney. | .3— 1,. §toddard. Back— D. Milburn. ,- Back— .1. B. Thomas. Goals scored— For Meadow Brook. HarryPayne..."
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Date:Day Month 1910
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., there are eeven stakes to be decided, and from present indications it looks as though tha stable of HarryPayneWhitney has a mortgage on the most important, If not on'a majority, of them. With the fleet filiy..."
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Date:Day Month 1905
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and Christmas Daisy, third HarryPayneWhitney's Perseus III was among the starters. SHERIDAN MAKES RECORD. Clears 32 Feet 6H Inches in Standing. Hop. Skip and Jump. PITTSBl'RG. June 1".?Martin J. Sheridan..."
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Date:Day Month 1909
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... sport* as; in war, before; the battle. Enough that each member of the American side v feels fit and the ponies are neighing for the game. And » these ponies—from HarryPayneWhitney's Hawaiian bred i..."
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Date:Day Month 1913
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Boots, which n/as practically left at the post, was j-tulled up right after the start. Pru?Iery, the highly regarded filly of HarryPayneWhitney, which was con? sidered a dead moral certainty by stu..."
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Date:Day Month 1920
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... by the Carolina, sailed by Reginald Brooks, while the Bree** sailed by William G. Roelker, of Providence, naa a close second, Vaquero 111 was sailed by HarryPayneWhitney and the Barbara and the Raccoon..."
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Date:Day Month 1903
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... of from $15,000 to $100 each, and twenty-five barns, valued at from $1,500 to $25. Mr. Whitney's taxes In the town of Washington alone amount to $1,123. When the Antler cottage, for Mr. and Mrs. HarryPayne..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...'-'i. Henry H.-U-r „n'n-r: J R S*rvls3. architect 5,000 BUILDING LOAN CONTRACT HPWHITNEY'S OOOK ARRESTED Rescued from Angry Crowd. He Says Dinner Party Will Be a Failure. HarryPayneWhitney and a number..."
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Date:Day Month 1908
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... demoralization of "Monte" Waterbury. who departed far from his usual strategy and missed shot? with the mallet so frequently as to also throw HarryPayneWhitney off hi? game. Th» victory of Rockaway was hardly..."
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Date:Day Month 1910
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... " >; r Answer Expected from Him To-day — Tarnr • MtJiy Congress Conventions To-night g vThe Tammany district leaders in the XHlth Is; Congress District expect a final answer to-day from HarryPayneWhitney..."
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Date:Day Month 1904
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... in number. Include the Carter Handicap winner, Ormonde's Right, Zeala, sister to Waterboy, the stake winner Belle Stromc, and the big two-year-old winner Jacobite. The racing stable owned by HarryPayne..."
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Date:Day Month 1905
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., and was so badly outrun by Half Sovereign and Arcite in the first half mile that his ultimate defeat was foreshadowed. He ran up strongly on the turn, but quickly fell away again and finished last. HarryPayne..."
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Date:Day Month 1908
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... to Win Classic. Louisville, May S. I,ea?ling all the way from the rise of the barrier. HarryPayneWhitney's Kegret. ?laughter of Broomstick Jersey Lightning, won the Kent ickj Derby over a mils and s..."
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Date:Day Month 1915
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... the English cup. Whitney Stables Strong Rivals for Turf Honors A (u (porting rivalry has developed thla season between HarryPayneWhitney and Mrs. Payne Whitney, whose horaeo race under the colors..."
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Date:Day Month 1920
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... and Mrs. H. P. Whitney, Mr. and Mr.-. H. B. Durvea. Mr. and Mrs. George Saportas. John E. Madden and William I.akeland. Twenty-one horses, beloonging to HarryPayneWhitney, were sold. They brought $21..."
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Date:Day Month 1908
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... He Was Taken Yesterday HarryPayneWhitney, of 871 Fifth I Avenue, was operated upon for appendi I citis yesterday at Roosevelt Hospital. j Dr. James I. Russell, of 37 East Sixty | first Striiet..."
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Date:Day Month 1921
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and other railroads, Payne Whitney Improves Brother of H. P. Whitney I?* Recovering From Operation PayneWhitney?not his broth"-. HarryPayne Wh?tney--?3 a patient Roosevelt Hospital, recovering after..."
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Date:Day Month 1921
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., thiM. Time. 2:<>'S. Horfn. T>"« Way. X ya! Plrst* «n.l O"Haic»n *>'■ ran. H. P. WHITNEY BACK AT TRACK. HarryPayneWhitney, tvho went to Bngis lust August, while th<- Saratoga meeting was on, has..."
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Date:Day Month 1904
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... of the greatest sons of the great Hanover and sire of two Futurity winr.»is, Hamburg Belle and Artful. was cold at auction last niche In Madison Square Garden for $70,010. HarryPayneWhitney bought the Illustrious..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... for ponies for a cup presented by HarryPayneWhitney. The numb- of entries in this class was so burgs thai two classes wen made of It The small pony Pie. owned by MrWhitney, created a great deal of amusement..."
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Date:Day Month 1907
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