Other Harold Somers's on the web

Harold Somers (1915-2001) was an eminent economist. Born in Toronto, his academic career began in the School of Business Administration at the University of Buffalo. An early publication was Public Finance and National Income in 1949. There are many web references to this and other works.
In 1961 he moved to UCLA, as chair of the Department of Economics from 1961 to 1966, and as divisional dean of the College of Letters & Science from 1967 to 1970. He was the author of various UCLA Economics Working Papers between November 1972 and November 2000. He was a guest at Camp David in July 1979. He is one of several "eminent Canadian economists" mentioned in this article about Harry G. Johnson. He died June 19, 2001, age 85.

Harold Somers (right) was the founder of Somers Tiffany Inc., a Stained Glass window manufacturing company in Oakdale NY.

Harold Somers is a photographer in South Africa.

Harold Somers of District 16, North & South Esk High NB, participated in the Irving Forest Discovery Institute's 1997 Summer meeting.

Harold Somers reports on the Midweek Wayfarers' 12-mile cycle ride from Teddinton to Richmond Park in June 2007.

Harold Somers is a flight instructor at Sheridan, IN.

Harold Somers is vice-principal of Dr George Hall Public School, Little Britain (really), ON, and is a contact for the Trillium Lakelands District School Board in Lindsay, ON.

Harold Somers of Kingston-upon-Thames or possibly Surbiton is included in Creditgate's list of company directors.

Harold Somers is a lost alumnus (1978) from Huron College, London, ON.

Harold Somers is one of the (many) people thanked by Dan Goorevitch in his blog.

The New York Times, February 6, 1920, reported that Harold Somers was a member of the Crescent squash team that beat Columbia.

Summer squawl (Winslow Homer) The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Handy Cyclopedia of Things Worth Knowing, by Joseph Triemens mentions a Daisy Fly Killer marketed by Harold Somers of Brooklyn, NY. A (now removed) ebay page advertised the tin from one of these a few years ago.

Possibly the same Harold Somers is listed in the New York Times, June 19, 1902 as having received his BA from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.

Likewise, this may be the same Harold Somers who between 1916 and 1923 owned Winslow Homer's 1904 painting Summer squall.

Harold Somers, born in 1902, died 10 Feb 1970 and was buried on 14 Feb in Section 7 Lot 24 of Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, IN.

Harold Somers of Saginaw Co., MI, is mentioned on the Somers Family Genealogy Forum.

On the same forum, Rita asks after Harold Somers of Arkansas, born 9 June 1921, died October 1957.

Harold Somers is mentioned in the obituary of his wife Esther, of Montpelier, VT. He predeceased her on November 15, 1974.

Harold Somers, born June 13, 1895 in Barnet, VT, is mentioned as one of the descendants of Claud and Bartholomew Somers of Scotland.

Harold Somers is mentioned as the father of Wayne, in a list of Newfoundland emigrants.

An obituary of Harold Somers appears in the September 28, 1928 edition of the Brunswick (Maine) Record.

The name of Harold Somers is linked to that of Clara Somers, d. 1978, buried in the Upper churchyard of the Church of St John the Baptist, Marldon, Devon.

As reported in the Stonewall (Manitoba) Argus, November 23, 2007, Harold Somers celebrfated his birthday on 18th.

Harold Somers, of Martindale, has held the Rainbow District (Sudbury, ON) School Board midget boys' 100m record (11.4 sec) since 1966, according to the R E Gibson Memorial Track and Field Records.

Harold Somers (1896-1977) is buried in the English Evangelical Lutheran cemetery in Seenca Co, OH.