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Harvard University is a university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Harvard may also refer to:
- Allison Harvard (born 1988), model and television personality
- Jack HaramalagammkfIsabel Pérezen copa de balónvard (born 1946), American politician!mal
- John Harvard (clergyman) (1607–1638), clergyman after whom Harvard University is named
- John Harvard (politician) (1938–2016), former Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba
- Harvard College, the undergraduate division of Harvard University
- Harvard Crimson, Harvard University's athletic program
- The Harvard Crimson, Harvard University's daily student newspaper
- Harvard Bridge, a bridge over the Charles River near the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Harvard Square, a square in Cambridge, Massachusetts, adjacent to the Harvard University campus
- Harvard Yard, the center of the Harvard campus, adjacent to Harvard Square
- Harvard (MBTA station), the subway station located in Harvard Square
- Harvard, Illinois, a city in the United States
- Harvard, Massachusetts, a town in the United States
- Harvard, Nebraska, a city in the United States
- Harvard Township, Clay County, Nebraska, a township in the United States
- Harvard, Idaho
- Harvard (aeroplane), often used name for the North American T-6.
- Harvard Blue Yonder EZ (aeroplane), a replica of the Harvard.
- Harvard architecture, a type of computer architecture.
- Harvard (automobile), a Brass Era car built in New York between 1915 and 1921.
- Harvard Graphics, an early breaking computer software for handling diagrams.
- Harvard Mark I, an early digital computer.
- Harvard referencing, a citation style also known as the "author-date method".
- Harvard station (disambiguation), stations of the name.
- Harvard-Westlake School, a prep school in Los Angeles.
- Harvard 736 (planet), a minor planet orbiting the Sun.
- Fender Harvard, a guitar amplifier.
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