Harry Payne Whitney

Harry Payne Whitney (April 29, 1872 - October 26, 1930) was an American businessman, thoroughbred horsebreeder, and member of the prominent Whitney family.

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Lawrence Realization Stakes - Winners
... Whitney 242.00 1953 Platan Conn McCreary Harry Trotsek Hasty House Farm 243.40 1952 Mark-Ye-Well Eddie Arcaro Horace A ... Whitney 242.60 1950 Bed O' Roses Nick Combest William C ... Harry Payne Whitney 247.60 1918 Johren Frank Robinson James G ...
American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly - Honorees - Informal and Retrospective Awards
... Whitney 1931 Tambour Preston M ... Harlan Helen Hay Whitney 1922 Emotion George M ... Harry Payne Whitney 1920 Cleopatra William H ...
American Champion Three-Year-Old Male Horse - Honorees - Informal and Retrospective Awards
... Michell Fannie Hertz 1927 Whiskery Fred Hopkins Harry Payne Whitney 1926 Crusader George Conway Glen Riddle Farm 1925 American Flag Gwyn R ... Harry Payne Whitney 1921 Grey Lag Sam Hildreth Rancocas Stable 1920 Man o' War Louis Feustel Samuel D ... Harry Payne Whitney 1917 Hourless ‡ Sam Hildreth August Belmont, Jr ...
Harry Payne Whitney - Philanthropy
... Whitney financed the Whitney South Seas Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History, Rollo Beck's major zoological expedition that sent teams of scientists and naturalists to undertake botanical research ... The Whitney Collection of Sporting Art was donated in his memory to the Yale University Art Gallery ... Harry Whitney died in 1930 at age fifty-eight ...
Payne, Minnesota
... Payne is an unincorporated community in Meadowlands Township, Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States ... Payne is located in the northeast corner of Meadowlands Township ...

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