(1858 - 1936)
Edward Hagaman Hall was active/lived in New York, Wyoming. Edward Hall is known for antiquarian, medallic art.
Biography Edward Hall
Edward Hagaman Hall, a writer and medallic artist, was born at Auburn, New York on November 3, 1858, a son of Abigail Farnam Hagaman and Benjamin Franklin Hall, a former mayor of the city.
He received his early education in the schools of his native city and completed the classical course of study, with honors, at Auburn Academic High School. He relocated to New York City, where he was the manager of the New York Printing Company.
He became widely known for the preservation of outstanding scenic and historic monuments and discovered the hitherto unknown value of a large collection of paintings in the City Hall of New York City.
He designed the historical medal to commemorate the consolidation of Grea
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