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Alexander Hall

(1894—1968)


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Sir Arnold Alexander Hall (1915—2000) aeronautical engineer

Hall, Alexander (1894–1968)

HALL, Alexander William (1838 - 1919), JP, DL

Hall, Sir Arnold Alexander (1915-2000), aeronautical engineer

Crossing Traditions: American Popular Music in Local and Global Contexts. Ed. by Babacar M’Baye and Alexander Charles Oliver Hall

DEER, William Alexander (1910 - 2009), Emeritus Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology, Cambridge University; Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1966–75 (Hon. Fellow, 1978)

MARKOWICH, Peter Alexander (born 1956), Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Cambridge, since 2007; Fellow, Clare Hall, Cambridge, since 2009

GOEHR, Alexander (born 1932), composer; Professor of Music, and Fellow of Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, 1976–99, now Emeritus Professor and Fellow

HALL, Arnold (Alexander) (1915 - 2000), Chairman, Hawker Siddeley Group plc, 1967–86 (Director, 1955; Executive Chairman, 1967–84)

BRUCE, Alexander (1854 - 1911), Lecturer on Practice of Medicine, Surgeons’ Hall, Edinburgh; Physician, Royal Infirmary; Editor of Review of Neurology and Psychiatry

HALL, Alexander Cross (1869 - 1920), JP in Cambs and Oxon; landowner; late Captain and Hon. Major 3rd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

WANSBROUGH, Dom (Joseph) Henry (born 1934), Master, St Benet’s Hall, Oxford, 1990–2004; Alexander Jones Professor of Biblical Studies, Liverpool Hope University, since 2011

MACLEAN, Alexander Morvaren (1872 - 1936), Composer and Conductor; Music Director to the Scarborough Spa since 1912; Conductor of the Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra, London, 1915–22

GOODALL, Alexander (1876 - 1941), Past President, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh; Physician, Royal Infirmary and Ministry of Pensions’ Hospital, Edenhall; Lecturer on Clinical Medicine, University, and on Physiology, Surgeons’ Hall, Edinburgh

Peckover, Alexander (1830 - 1919), JP; LLD; FSA, FLS, FRGS; President of Essex Hall Asylum, Colchester; Vice-President of Hakluyt Society, Biblical Archæological, British Numismatic Societies, etc

 

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(1894–1968).

Film director. A routine Hollywood director who specialized in comedies, he helmed seven musicals of secondary note. Hall was born in Boston and was on the stage as a ...

Subjects: Music Theatre.


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