Science Academy in New York

A. Cressy Morrison

Abraham Cressy Morrison was an American chemist and president of Science Academy in New York, member of the National Research Council of America and member of the American Museum of Physical History.

His largest work, The Baking Powder Controversy, was published by Fleming H. Revell Company and is a two-volume work on the history of the baking powder industry in the U.S. While serving as president of the New York Academy of Sciences, he offered the "Morrison Astronomy Prize" from 1926 until at least 1945.