Doris Ernestine Hays
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Hays Travel Limited is an independent travel agent chain headquartered in Sunderland, England. The agent is currently the largest independent travel agent in the UK. As an independent agent, Hays Travel uses other Tour Operators to sell holidays to customers. These include Jet2holidays, Thomas Cook and TUI UK.
Matilda Mary Hays (8 September 1820 – 3 July 1897) was a 19th-century English writer, journalist and part-time actress. With Elizabeth Ashurt, Hays translated several of George Sand's works into English. She co-founded the English Woman's Journal . Her love interests included the actress Charlotte Cushman, with whom she had a 10-year relationship, and the poet Adelaide Anne Procter.
Lauren Hays , also known as Laura Lynn , (born on May 21, 1968, Fairfax, Virginia ) is an American actress and singer.
Carole Shorenstein Hays
Carole Shorenstein Hays (born September 15, 1948 as Carole J. Shorenstein) is an American theatrical producer.
Angel Hays, (born c. 1918, died January 12, 2008, Saint-Quentin-de-Chalais, France) was a French celebrity and inventor. Some sources, using the misspelled name Angelo, claim he survived a premature burial for two days.
Austin Hays (raised in San Antonio) is an American student and football player. He plays for Oklahoma State Cowboys and Cowgirls and is affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
The Hays Larks are a collegiate summer baseball team located in Hays, Kansas. The Larks evolved from Hays during the 1946 season. From 1869 to 1945, the team went by the name of The Hays Town Team and was sponsored by various organizations and businesses in Hays. The Larks are part of the Jayhawk League conference and were league champions in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, and 2006. The Larks have finished as NBC national runner-up four times: in 1995 with their only two losses to Team USA, 2000, 2001, 2007, and 2016. The team is managed by Frank Leo who is a member of the Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame.
A. Hays Town
A. Hays Town (June 17, 1903 – January 6, 2005) was an American architect whose career spanned over sixty-five years. While Town designed commercial and governmental buildings in the style of modern architecture for the first forty years of his career, he became best known for his residential architecture, which was heavily influenced by the Spanish, French, and Creole history of Louisiana. His work was featured in several publications during his lifetime, including Time, Life, Southern Living, and Southern Accents. Today, there are an estimated 1,000 homes remaining that were designed and built by Town, and his distinct style continues to exert an influence on modern southern architecture.
Hay's Galleria is a mixed use building in the London Borough of Southwark situated on the south bank of the River Thames featuring offices, restaurants, shops, and flats. Originally a warehouse and associated wharf (Hay's Wharf) for the port of London, it was redeveloped in the 1980s. It is a Grade II listed structure.