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David Hays

(b. 1930)


'David Hays' can also refer to...

David Ramsay Hay (1798—1866) decorative painter and writer on art and design

David Hay Fleming (1849—1931) antiquary and writer on Scottish history

Hays, David (1930)

Hay, Charles David Montagu (born 1947)

FLEMING, David Hay (1849 - 1931)

Hay, David Ramsay (1798–1866)

HAY, David (Osborne) (1916 - 2009), retired public servant

HAY, Ramsay David (1798 - 1866), Painter, decorative designer

HAY, David Allan (1878 - 1957), JP; Chartered Accountant, Glasgow

NEWSOME, David Hay (1929 - 2004), Master of Wellington College, 1980–89

DALE, David Kenneth Hay (1927 - 2001), Governor, Montserrat, West Indies, 1980–85, retired 1988

ANDERSON, David (1880 - 1953), Senior Partner in firm of Mott, Hay & Anderson

Hay, David George Montagu (1921 - 1979), regular attender at House of Lords

DALRYMPLE, David Hay (1840 - 1912), Member of Senate, Queensland University, since 1910

Fleming, David Hay (1849-1931), antiquary and writer on Scottish history

Hay, David Ramsay (1798-1866), decorative painter and writer on art and design

WILLIAMS, Thomas (1877 - 1915), Vicar of Llowes; Rural Dean of Hay; Prebendary of St David’s

Colin Hay and David Marsh, eds. Demystifying Globalization. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. x + 197 pp. ISBN 0‐312‐23027‐3, $68.00.

HAY, David (Russell) (born 1927), (first) Medical Director, National Heart Foundation of New Zealand, 1977–92; Cardiologist, Canterbury Hospital (formerly North Canterbury Hospital) Board, 1964–89; Hon. Consulting Physician, Canterbury District Health Board, since 1990

 

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(b New York, 1930)

American designer who designed the sets for many New York City Ballet productions including Balanchine's Stars and Stripes (1958), Episodes (1959), Liebeslieder Walzer (1960), A Midsummer Night's Dream (1962), Bugaku (1963), and the 1966 version of Divertimento No. 15. In 1967 he changed careers to found the National Theatre of the Deaf, based in Washington.

Subjects: Dance.


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