Harry Elwood "Moose" McCormick (1881 - 1962)

Born February 28, 1881 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Died July 9, 1962 in Lewisburg, Union County, Pennsylvania at 81 years old.
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Birth


Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania

Education

Girard College 1898, Bucknell University 1901

Professions

New York Giants Baseball Pinch Hitter 1904-1908, Pittsburg Phillies 1908. Hess Steel Co. 1913. US Army 1917, 1st Lt. Captain in 167th infantry, 42nd Rainbow Div. during the great war. 1922 Bucknell University, Mgr of Athietics, head baseball coach at West Point, 1925-1937. NY Worlds Fair, baseball instruction exhibition in 1939. Returned to Active duty w/Army Air Force, director of Phys Ed. and training at Mitchell Field, Long Island until end of War in 1945. Director of Veterans Housing at Bucknell, 1947-1958 retired. He is in the Bucknell Hall of Fame.

Military Service

Army 1917, Great War. Army Air Force 1940

Death


Lewisburg, Union County, Pennsylvania

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Given name

Harry Elwood

Nickname

"Moose"

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Ethnicity

white

Nationality

United States

Gender

Male

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Harry Elwood "Moose" McCormick (1881 - 1962) was born on February 28, 1881 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He was born into the Mccormick family.

He died on July 9, 1962 in Lewisburg, Union County, Pennsylvania at age 81.

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New York Times (July 19, 1962)

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