William Hagan DuBarry
|Acting President of the University of Pennsylvania|
|Preceded by||Harold Stassen|
|Succeeded by||Gaylord Harnwell|
|Years of service||1917-1919|
William Hagan DuBarry (1894–1958) was the acting President of the University of Pennsylvania during parts of 1950-51, 1952, and 1953. He held the position of Executive Vice President from 1944-1954.
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