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Harry Elmore Hurd (April 23, 1889 – August 21, 1958) was an American poet and minister.

Life[]

Harry Hurd was born on April 23, 1889 in New Hampshire. He graduated from Boston University in 1916,[1] and Harvard University in 1922. He was a Chaplain, First Lieutenant with the 33rd Engineers during World War I.[2] He was a minister in Methodist and Congregational churches for eighteen years, in Haverhill,[3] Quincy, and Reading.[4]

Hurd died on August 21, 1958 in Haverhill, Massachusetts.

Publications[]

His work was publisher in Prairie Schooner,[5] Overland Monthly,[6] Voices,[7] Saturday Review,[8]

Awards[]

  • Golden Rose Award

Works[]

Books[]

Anthologies[]

References[]

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