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Hersey, Harry Adams



  • Existence: 1881 -- 1960

Harry Adams Hersey (A 1903), received post-baccalaureate degree in 1907 and was a professor of music at Tufts as well as a Universalist reverend. He wrote 'History of Music at Tufts College' in 1940 and did research P. T. Barnum and other Universalists.
Harry Adams Hersey entered Tufts in 1899, graduated in 1903, and received post-baccalaureate degree in 1907. He wrote 'History of Music at Tufts College' in 1940. He served on the Tufts Department of Music faculty and was a Universalist reverend. Additionally, he carried out research on P. T. Barnum and other Universalists. William Dearborn Hersey was his son.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

William D. Hersey Papers

Call Number: MS039
Overview: This collection primarily contains research materials related to the "Fame is Fleeting-Character Endures" memorial plaque project spearheaded by William D. Hersey, providing information about individuals for whom buildings are named at Tufts University. Hersey graduated from Tufts with a degree in psychology in 1932. Additional materials include personal and professional correspondences of Harry Adams Hersey, William's father, and William D. Hersey's subject files on careers, co-education,...
Dates: 1941 -- 2001