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Roy Hall

(1907—1943)


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DEAN, Henry Roy (1879 - 1961), Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1929–54; Professor of Pathology, University of Cambridge, since 1922

Birddog—philosophy and practice of seismic data quality supervision John Scott Roy, Chapman & Hall, London, 1995, 360 pp., ISBN 0-412-5984O-X, (Hardback) £49.00

Dagmar Kift. The Victorian Music Hall: Culture, Class and Conflict. Translated by Roy Kift. New York: Cambridge University Press. 1996. Pp. x, 244. $54.95

Roy Porter and Lesley Hall. The Facts of Life: The Creation of Sexual Knowledge in Britain, 1650–1950. New Haven: Yale University Press. 1995. Pp. xii, 415. $35.00

HELMORE, Roy Lionel (born 1926), Principal, Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology, 1977–86; Fellow of Hughes Hall, Cambridge, 1982–94, now Emeritus Fellow

CALNE, Roy (Yorke) (born 1930), Professor of Surgery, University of Cambridge, 1965–98, now Emeritus; Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1965–98, now Emeritus; Visiting Professor, National University of Singapore, 1998 (Yeoh Ghim Seng Professor of Surgery, 1998–2006)

FYNES-CLINTON, Henry Joy (1875 - 1959), Rector of St Magnus the Martyr’s with St Margaret’s, New Fish Street, and St Michael’s, Crooked Lane, City of London; Hon. Chaplain and Past-Master of Worshipful Co. of Plumbers; Chaplain of Roy. Soc. of St George (City Branch); Fellow of Coll. of Guardians of Walsingham; Fellow of Sion College; Chm. of Governors: St Michael’s Sch., Otford; Quainton Hall Sch., Harrow; Dir of Catholic League

 

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B. 6 January 1907, Haywood County, North Carolina, USA, d. 16 May 1943. Roy Hall and his brother Jay Hugh Hall (b. 13 November 1910, Haywood County, North Carolina, USA ...

Subjects: Music.


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