Enrolled at Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Graduated valedictorian of his class. Began studying law in the office of Thomas Sparrow, brother of Dr.
Hayes was the third son of Rutherford B. Hayes19th President of the United States. He also attended the Boston Institute of Technology. Hayes returned to his family's home in Fremont, Ohio in and went to work for the Fremont Savings Bank. Soon after he returned to Fremont, Hayes became a Trustee of the Birchard Library which was founded by his great uncle, Sardis Birchard.
He introduced several progressive ideas to its management including the introduction of a children's area and sending boxes of books were sent to neighboring towns similar to today's bookmobiles and he published the library's catalog as installments in a local paper. He was one of the founders of the Ohio Library Association in and advocated for a bill in the legislature to appointment a state library commission.
Hayes was appointed to the Ohio Library Commission in He then moved to Asheville, North Carolina where he acquired large holdings of land. In North Carolina, Hayes engaged in scientific farming on a large scale. He moved to Clearwater, Floridain Throughout his life he maintained his interest in library matters, promoting those of Asheville and Clearwater and retaining his membership on the board of trustees of the library in Fremont, Ohio.
He served as secretary of the American Library Association and also served as vice president and acting president from October through January Rutherford Birchard Hayes was born on October 4, , in Delaware, Ohio.
His father, farmer Rutherford Hayes, died before Rutherford was born. His mother, Sophia Birchard, educated him at home. Hayes graduated from Kenyon College in After studying law at Harvard University, he started a . For two years — filled with "hopeless desolation"—Sophia despaired of her son's life, but Rutherford Birchard Hayes survived.
As his health improved, Sophia began to rejoice in her children. Introduction 1. Ohio and New England 2. Kenyon and Harvard 3.
Lower Sandusky 4. Cincinnati Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President out /5(4). Lucy Hayes was the 1st First Lady to graduate from college. She graduated from Wesleyan Female Seminary in Cincinnati, OH in Lucy Hayes was the 1st .
Rutherford Hayes only has a peripheral connection to the Chinese Exclusion Act, but he's a bit of a hero in the story.
And we desperately need one of those. Much like Chester A. Arthur, who was the second president after him (James Garfield was first, but was killed within two hundred days of. Rutherford Hayes only has a peripheral connection to the Chinese Exclusion Act, but he's a bit of a hero in the story.
And we desperately need one of those. Much like Chester A. Arthur, who was the second president after him (James Garfield was first, but was killed within two hundred days of. Rutherford B.
Hayes was born on October 4, in Delaware, Ohio. His mother was Sophia Birchard and his father, Rutherford Hayes, was a farmer who also founded a whiskey distillery. Hayes was.