|Member of the House of Representatives|
5 June 1963 – 17 July 1979
|Member of the European Parliament|
22 September 1971 – 24 July 1984
|Born||31 August 1926|
|Political party||Catholic People's Party, Christian Democratic Appeal|
Henricus Antonius Cornelis Marie "Harrij" Notenboom (born 31 August 1926) is a Dutch retired politician. He served as member of the House of Representatives from 1963 to 1979 and in the European Parliament from 1971 to 1984. Notenboom was a member of the Catholic People's Party and later the Christian Democratic Appeal when the former had merged into it in 1980.
As financial specialist of the Catholic People's Party he was influential in the Nacht van Schmelzer, which led to the fall of the Cals cabinet. Notenboom criticized the budget as proposed by Cals.
Notenboom was born in Roosendaal. He was adjunct secretary of the Nederlandse Rooms-Katholieke Middenstandsbond from September 1952 to January 1956. He subsequently served as director of the Katholieke Limburgse Middenstandsbond until 1969.
- "Drs. H.A.C.M. (Harrij) Notenboom" (in Dutch). Parlement.com. Retrieved 15 October 2016.
- Mark Kranenburg (13 October 2016). "Zo ging het in De Nacht van Schmelzer". NRC Handelsblad (in Dutch). Retrieved 15 October 2016.
- Anet Bleich (13 January 2015). Joop den Uyl 1919-1987: dromer en doordouwer. Uitgeverij Balans. pp. 225–. ISBN 978-94-6003-416-9.
- Alexander van Kessel (2014). "Strijder voor 'de goede zaak'" (in Dutch). Christen Democratische Verkenningen. Retrieved 15 October 2016.