Harold C. Bradley

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Harold C. Bradley
Born1878
Died1976 (aged 97–98)
OccupationProfessor
Spouse(s)Mary Josephine Crane (1908 – 1976)
ChildrenMary Constance Bradley
Charles C. Bradley

Harold C. Bradley (1878 – 1976) was a professor in biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin. He was the grandson of the American medical missionary to Siam, Dan Beach Bradley, and the father of geology professor Charles C. Bradley. He was instrumental in encouraging outdoor education through the Wisconsin Hoofers Clubs at the University of Wisconsin; a lounge at the Wisconsin Union is named for him.[1] One of UW-Madison's two residential learning communities (the other Chadbourne) is named after Harold C. Bradley.[2]

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