Kenyon went to school at Arkansas Baptist College2. He later became a teacher, principle and reverend34.
Kenyon died November 3rd, 1973 and buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Morrilton, AR5.
"Kenyon, big right-handed pitcher, also will report from the Arkansas Baptist college . . ." 2
"Prof. Harry C. Kenyon, teacher at Arkadelphia high school, was in the city this week." 6
"Among the new men who have signed with the team are Harry C. Kenyon of Arkadelphia, Ark., who was a star outfielder with Rube Foster’s [American Giants] of Chicago last season . . ."7
"Harry Kenyon was in center. He is a fair fielder and hitter. He was also used as a pitcher." 8
"The [Arkansas Baptist Buffaloes] lost the state title which they have held since 1925 ? with the exception of 1921 season when the Shorter College eleven led by the great Harry Kenyon downed the Buffaloes by a 12 to 7 score." 9
"Such former baseball stars as . . . Harry Kenyon . . . grappled with class room problems before joining teams in the leagues." 10
Statistics at Baseball-Reference.com.
Statistics at Seamheads.com.
1. Kenyon's WWI Draft Card
2. Indianapolis Star, 5/13/1921
3. 1930 U.S. Census
4. 1940 U.S. Census
6. Chicago Defender, 12/16/1922
7. New York Age,3/15/1924
8. Baltimore Afro-American, 1/17/1925
9. Philadelphia Tribune, 11/24/1927
10. Baltimore Afro-American, 4/29/1950
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