Harry Hall

(1871-1934). Publishing house administrator. After a term of service in the Kansas Conference and tract society, he went in 1894 to the Pacific Press publishing house and worked there for 26 years. He began in the Sales Department, later managed the Book Department, and for years was vice president of the association. Assigned to the development of branch houses, he was largely responsible for the establishing of a branch printing office in the Canal Zone, Panama. In 1920 Hall was released temporarily to the General Conference to give special attention to the operation of publishing houses overseas and to methods of promoting the publishing work. This assignment took him to Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, South America, and Central America. Appointed as secretary of the General Conference...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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