• Horace H. Hayden

    Horace H. Hayden

    Horace Henry Hayden D.D.S. (October 13, 1769 in Windsor, Connecticut – January 25, 1844 in Baltimore, Maryland ) was the first licensed American dentist and dentistry school founder.

  • Horace Hawkins

    Horace J. Hawkins was a British socialist.

  • Horace Henry Glasock

    Horace Henry Glasock

    Horace Henry Glasock VC (16 October 1880 – 20 October 1916) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross (VC), the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that may be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.

  • Summer on the Hill at Horace Mann

    Summer on the Hill is a unique, year-round, supplemental enrichment program for academically talented, disadvantaged New York City public school students. The program complements the students' public school education by providing stimulating, year-round enrichment and guidance. The program is housed on the Horace Mann campus in the Bronx, New York.

  • Horace Munroe House

    Horace Munroe House

    The Horace Munroe House is an historic house at 123 Pleasant Street in Auburn, Maine. Built in 1899-1900 to a design by William R. Miller, it is one of Auburn's finest examples of Queen Anne architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It is now the Munroe Inn, a bed and breakfast inn.

  • Alvah Horace Whitmarsh House

    Alvah Horace Whitmarsh House

    The Alvah Horace Whitmarsh House is a historic house at 711 Pecan Street in Texarkana, Arkansas. This 2-1/2 story wood frame structure is one of the city's finest Queen Anne Victorians, located in a neighborhood that was fashionable at the turn of the 20th century. The house has an elaborately decorated front porch and a three-story hexagonal tower, capped by a pointed roof, at its northeast corner. The house was built in 1894 for Alvah Whitmarsh, a manager at the local Buchanan Lumber Company and a local leader in civic affairs.

  • Horace Hatch House

    Horace Hatch House

    The Horace Hatch House is a historic house at 26 Grove Street in Winchester, Massachusetts. Originally located on Lloyd Street, this c. 1835 Greek Revival cottage was moved to its present location c. 1843. It is a locally rare example of a side gable Greek Revival cottage whose roof overhangs its full-width front porch. The house is similar to the nearby Hovey-Winn House, and may have been built by the same housewright, John Coats.

  • Horace Hills Irvine House

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