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  • Dr. George C.R. Hall
    Dr. George C.R. Hall
    image       Dr. George C.R. Hall was proud to be Canadian. In an era when most Canadians viewed themselves as British subjects, his Canadian patriotism shined. George C.R. Hall wrote a letter in 1940 to the Globe & Mail newspaper, asking why the Canadian National Exhibition had large pictures of the U.S. ...
    image     Dr. George C.R. Hall was proud to be Canadian. In an era when most Canadians viewed themselves as British subjects, his Canadian patriotism shined. George C.R. Hall wrote a letter ...
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  • Letter to the Globe and Mail Newspaper
    Letter to the Globe and Mail Newspaper
    imagenewspapertext       In George C.R. Hall's words, "We keep telling the world that we are our own masters in the British Commonwealth, and yet at the greatest annual show in the world we didn't have a picture of our Prime Minister on display."
    imagenewspapertext     In George C.R. Hall's words, "We keep telling the world that we are our own masters in the British Commonwealth, and yet at the greatest annual show in the world ...
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  • Dr. George C.R. Hall 1940
    Dr. George C.R. Hall 1940
    image       At the beginning of WWII, there were doctors in Lindsay who also served in the military, but these doctors resigned their military posts with the outbreak of war. Dr. George C.R. Hall volunteered his medical services to the military, but the military considered him needed at home due to the ...
    image     At the beginning of WWII, there were doctors in Lindsay who also served in the military, but these doctors resigned their military posts with the outbreak of war. Dr. George ...
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  • Hall Family 1940s
    Hall Family 1940s
    image       The following note accompanies the photo in the presentation: During WWII, Dr. George C.R. Hall and 20 members of the Little Britain community, sponsored the Corbishley family. Mrs. Corbishley and her children were sent to Canada from England to escape the war. Although Mr. Corbishley remained in England, his correspondence ...
    image     The following note accompanies the photo in the presentation: During WWII, Dr. George C.R. Hall and 20 members of the Little Britain community, sponsored the Corbishley family. Mrs. Corbishley and ...
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  • Corbishley Letter
    Corbishley Letter
    imagetext       Dr. George C.R. Hall not only provided free medical care to the Corbishley family, but filmed the family, allowing Mr. Corbishley to see them. Mr. Corbishley wrote Dr. George C.R. Hall, "I can imagine no greater act of kindness to add to an already long list than your wonderful offer ...
    imagetext     Dr. George C.R. Hall not only provided free medical care to the Corbishley family, but filmed the family, allowing Mr. Corbishley to see them. Mr. Corbishley wrote Dr. George C.R. ...
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  • Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall
    Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall
    image       In 1944, Dr. George C.R. Hall was appointed coroner for the Counties of Ontario and Victoria.
    image     In 1944, Dr. George C.R. Hall was appointed coroner for the Counties of Ontario and Victoria.
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  • Mrs. Hall and Children
    Mrs. Hall and Children
    image       The following comment accompanies the photo in the presentation: In 1944, the Little Britain School was in need of repairs. Dr. George C.R. Hall wrote to the Provincial Treasurer, Leslie Frost, and was able to secure two grants of $450 each.
    image     The following comment accompanies the photo in the presentation: In 1944, the Little Britain School was in need of repairs. Dr. George C.R. Hall wrote to the Provincial Treasurer, Leslie ...
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  • Dr. George C.R. Hall in Overcoat
    Dr. George C.R. Hall in Overcoat
    image       With the lack of proper athletic facilities in Little Britain, Dr. George C.R. Hall consulted the Provincial Treasurer, Leslie Frost, with respect to the building of an arena. By 1949 an arena was built. Located at the site of existing Little Britain Arena. Leslie Frost was present at the official ...
    image     With the lack of proper athletic facilities in Little Britain, Dr. George C.R. Hall consulted the Provincial Treasurer, Leslie Frost, with respect to the building of an arena. By 1949 ...
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  • Dr. George C.R. Hall 1940s
    Dr. George C.R. Hall 1940s
    image       During the 1940s, Dr. George C.R. Hall joined the Lindsay 20 Club. This club had 20 prominent members who each gave a speech on various topics. In 1948, for example, Dr. George C.R. Hall's speech was on "Modern Trends in Radio," showing his interest in technology.
    image     During the 1940s, Dr. George C.R. Hall joined the Lindsay 20 Club. This club had 20 prominent members who each gave a speech on various topics. In 1948, for example, ...
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  • Dr. George C.R. and Mrs. Hall
    Dr. George C.R. and Mrs. Hall
    image       A photo of Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall taken in the 1940s. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
    image     A photo of Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall taken in the 1940s. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on ...
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  • Hall Family
    Hall Family
    image       The Hall family in the 1940s from left to right: Dr. Hall, Mrs. Hall, Warner, Patsy, Terence.
    image     The Hall family in the 1940s from left to right: Dr. Hall, Mrs. Hall, Warner, Patsy, Terence.
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  • Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall in New York
    Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall in New York
    image       Technology continued to play a key role in Dr. George C.R. Hall's life. His interest continued with the ham radio, but was broadened with the introduction of the television. The Hall family had the first TV set in Little Britain. The first time the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation came on the ...
    image     Technology continued to play a key role in Dr. George C.R. Hall's life. His interest continued with the ham radio, but was broadened with the introduction of the television. The ...
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  • WHAM Rochester Radio City
    WHAM Rochester Radio City
    imagetext       Although the number of TV channels were few, Dr. George C.R. Hall was able to watch a channel from Rochester, New York. In a letter from WHAM Rochester to Dr. Hall, "Thank you for your report of reception of our TV station. We have received many reports from the north ...
    imagetext     Although the number of TV channels were few, Dr. George C.R. Hall was able to watch a channel from Rochester, New York. In a letter from WHAM Rochester to Dr. ...
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  • Terence Hall's Graduation from University of Toronto
    Terence Hall's Graduation from University of Toronto
    image       Terence Hall and his father, Dr. George C.R. Hall, at Terence's graduation from University of Toronto in 1952. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
    image     Terence Hall and his father, Dr. George C.R. Hall, at Terence's graduation from University of Toronto in 1952. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as ...
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  • Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall 1950s
    Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall 1950s
    image       Dr. George C.R. Hall continued to be active in sports and became a lifetime member of the Oakwood Curling Club in 1950.
    image     Dr. George C.R. Hall continued to be active in sports and became a lifetime member of the Oakwood Curling Club in 1950.
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  • Dr. George C.R. Hall's Best Friend "Chum"
    Dr. George C.R. Hall's Best Friend "Chum"
    image       A photograph of Dr. George C.R. Hall's best friend, Chum, taken in the 1950s.
    image     A photograph of Dr. George C.R. Hall's best friend, Chum, taken in the 1950s.
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  • 35th Wedding Anniversary
    35th Wedding Anniversary
    image       Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall's 35th wedding anniversary in 1957. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
    image     Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall's 35th wedding anniversary in 1957. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
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  • Anniversary Party For the Halls
    Anniversary Party For the Halls
    image       35th anniversary party for the Halls taken in 1957. Dr. George C.R. Hall is standing. Mrs. Hall is wearing a green dress and sitting. The lady beside her with the hat is the wife of the Premier of Ontario, Leslie Frost (Gertrude Jane Carew.) A digital copy of this photo ...
    image     35th anniversary party for the Halls taken in 1957. Dr. George C.R. Hall is standing. Mrs. Hall is wearing a green dress and sitting. The lady beside her with the ...
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  • Terence Hall Graduation from Law School
    Terence Hall Graduation from Law School
    image       Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall at their son Terence's graduation from law school in 1956. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
    image     Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall at their son Terence's graduation from law school in 1956. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of ...
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  • Warner Hall's Medical School Graduation
    Warner Hall's Medical School Graduation
    image       Dr. & Mrs. George C.R. Hall attend their son Warner's graduation ceremony from Medical School (University of Toronto) in 1959. Pictured left to right: Dr. George C.R. Hall, Warner Hall, Mrs. George Hall, Terence Hall, Mrs. Terence Hall, Patricia Hall.
    image     Dr. & Mrs. George C.R. Hall attend their son Warner's graduation ceremony from Medical School (University of Toronto) in 1959. Pictured left to right: Dr. George C.R. Hall, Warner Hall, ...
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