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Harvard Planes

 

Members of the Canadian Harvard Aerobatic Team are professional airshow performers who have years of experience behind them.

 

canadianharvards.com/index.html (See video)

 

The Harvard was an American designed two-seater general-purpose military monoplane with tandem cockpits and sliding enclosures. The training variant had dual controls, with the rear control quickly removable..

This aircraft was produced with several powerplants ranging from 400 to 600hp. Production for the US Army Air Corps started in 1936.

More than 17,000 Harvards were built in the US or under license in Australia, Canada, Japan, the Netherlands and Sweden. Many remained in service in military air arms for over 20 years after the end of WWII, serving in total of more than 40 airforces around the world.

 

South Africa was the last air force to use the Harvard after 55 years service, from 1940-1995.

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

 

Universidad de Harvard, Cambridge, MA

The UP LJA50 starts out in Janesville every night and heads to Proviso with work on their way, But with heavy wet snow it got delayed. Here at MP64 Lawrence, Illinois it is now off the double track at Harvard and is a mile from highballing over the border into Wisconsin with light power.

Seeing that it's back to school week, it seems appropriate to post an image of some pilots who've got a degree in "Higher Learning" with their Harvard monoplanes!

The Harvard was created over 60+ years ago to train pilots

for light bombing, gunnery, night formations and aerobatics.

Still well maintained, these 4 incredible pilots put the planes through their manoeuvres at the recent 2017 Canadian International Air Show!

Fall foliage at Harvard Pond in Petersham, Massachusetts.

From the 2010 Brantford Air Show. These Harvards were the stars of the day for me.

1940 Trainer with the RCAF 216 Squadron.

See a short video of it here youtu.be/uYcHD6QZZzw

Harvard IIc NZ1056/VH-NAH at the 2020 Tyabb airshow

January 14th, 2018 - #202

 

Harvard Glacier, a tidewater glacier, is the second largest glacier in Prince William sound and located in the College Fjord region.

 

Have a refreshing day, everyone...

Harvard VH-NZH at the 2020 Tyabb airshow

T6 Harvard flying over our house. This aircraft was built in 1943 and spent some time with the Haitian air force. In 1989 she was brought over to the UK and I believe is now based at Headcorn Air field.

Taken at Lee On The Solent Airfield

October 25, 2018-Boston-DSCF3818

Harvard University is a private Ivy League university located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Established in 1636 by the Massachusetts legislature, Harvard is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States and the first corporation chartered in the country. Harvard's history, influence, and wealth have made it one of the most prestigious universities in the world.

 

As of 2010, Harvard employs about 2,100 faculty to teach and advise, approximately 6,700 undergraduates and 14,500 graduate and professional students. Eight U.S. Presidents have graduated from Harvard and 75 Nobel Laureates have been affiliated with the university as students, faculty, or staff. Harvard is also the alma mater of sixty-two living billionaires, the most in the US. The Harvard University Library is the largest academic library in the United States, and the second largest library in the country. (Information per wiki)

 

Harvard 2 C-FPST (81-4043) & Harvard 4 (CCF4-34 C-FVYF of Drew & David Watson flying formation at the CFB Comox Airshow.

On the way back to the car we passed the Harvard Lampoon building, built in 1909.

 

The Harvard Lampoon was founded in 1876, modelling itself on the British publication, "Punch". Since Punch died a sad death in 2002, it is the longest running satirical magazine in the world; hopefully it is a lot funnier than Punch. Most notably, it has been the springboard for many many highly successful comedy writers. That's a copper ibis on the roof.

UP SD40-2's 1843 and 1972 lead the way of a UP manifest for Janesville as it takes the connection at Harvard, IL.

from our trip to Boston 2014.

Little bit of flying going on at Duxford for my Birthday.

I am not sure of the exact name of this church. It is located in or boardering Harvard university in Cambridge Mass. The beautiful architecture, traingle roof line and modest size make for the ultimate in quaintness.

Harvard Demo team roaring through the skies at QIAS 2016.

College Fjord, Alaska

 

Harvard Glacier is the second largest glacier of College Fjord after Columbia Glacier. It is 1.5-mile (2 km) wide and 300 ft (91 m) thick.

 

Le glacier Harvard est le deuxième plus grand glacier du College Fjord après le glacier Columbia. Il mesure 1,5 m (2 km) de large et 300 pi (91 m) d'épaisseur.

 

Collaboration with Garry Hutchins

One of my favorite places to watch the sunrise on those cool crisp fog filled autumn mornings. The autumn magic is on it's way!!!

Harvard, Illinois 42.428983, -88.514773

 

Keith French Winter Barn Workshop

 

January 18, 2020

 

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Harvard T6-G

photo © Jeremy Sage

A barn on the grounds of the Harvard Alpaca Ranch. Harvard, Massachusetts, USA.

Noorduyn built North American AT-16 Harvard IIB (albeit with Harvard 4 side screens) G-CIUW gets underway on its way home at the end of Shuttleworth's Military pageant.

 

Spiral Stairs at Harvard in the CGIS Building (Knafel Building)

The Harvard Lampoon Building in Cambridge, Massachusetts was built in 1909. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY

 

La Universidad de Harvard es una universidad privada localizada en Cambridge, Massachusetts, EE.UU. Fundada en 1636 por la legislatura colonial de Massachussets. Harvard es la institución más antigua de educación superior en los Estados Unidos.

La institución recibió el nombre de Harvard College del 13 de marzo de 1639, después de que un joven sacerdote llamado John Harvard, legó su biblioteca de la Escuela Superior de cuatrocientos libros y la mitad de su riqueza personal. La primera referencia oficial a Harvard como una “universidad” fue en la nueva Constitución de Massachusetts de 1780.

La Biblioteca de la Universidad de Harvard tiene una colección de más de 15 millones de volúmenes, es la mayor biblioteca académica en el mundo, y la cuarta entre las cinco “mega-bibliotecas” del mundo.

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