John Hay Whitney

John Hay Whitney (17 August 1904 – 8 February 1982), colloquially known as "Jock" Whitney, was U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, publisher of the New York Herald Tribune, and a member of the Whitney family.

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John Hay Whitney - Philanthropy
... Payne Whitney made substantial gifts to Yale, to the New York Presbyterian Hospital, and the New York Public Library ... After his father's death, the family built the Payne Whitney Gymnasium at Yale in his honor ... The family also financed Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic at New York Presbyterian Hospital in 1932 ...
Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library
... The Harvey Cushing and John Hay Whitney Medical Library is the central library of the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut ... Grosvenor Atterbury with funds from the estate of John William Sterling ... The library was renovated and enlarged in 1990 with funds from Betsey Cushing Whitney ...

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