Harrington, H. H. (Henry Hill), 1859-1939Variant names
H.H.(Henry Hill) Harrington, 1859-1939, was a chemist and physicist at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College. He served briefly as president of the college 1905-1908. His tenure (1905-1908) was marked by disputes with the student body known as the "Great Trouble." Harrington eventually resigned, and became head of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service until 1911, when he went into private business. He served on the Board of Control in Austin and as a member of the Board of Regents of the University of Texas.
From the description of Henry Hill Harrington Papers, 1892-1941 (bulk 1908). (Texas A&M University). WorldCat record id: 37032902
|creatorOf||Harrington, H. H. (Henry Hill), 1859-1939. Harrington, H.H., report.||University of Texas Libraries|
|creatorOf||Harrington, H. H. (Henry Hill), 1859-1939. Henry Hill Harrington Papers, 1892-1941 (bulk 1908).||Texas A&M University, Evans Library & Annex; Main campus library complex|
|creatorOf||OAC Review Index. Elections of officers, OAC Review, v.25, no.10, July 1913, p.535.||University of Guelph|
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