EARL REAVELEY HALL, a graduate of the Agricultural School at Morrisville, New York, has practically demonstrated
the training he received there in the successful manner in which he has raised winter vegetables for the markets
of Binghamton and vicinity. He was born March 9, 1899, in Norwich, New York, son of Daniel R. and Alta M. Hall.
His father is the secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association in Norwich.
Earl R. Hall attended school in Norwich, completing his studies in the school at Morrisville, New York, where he
specialized in his present business. After his graduation, Mr. Hall located in Binghamton and purchased the twenty
five acres of land on which he grows vegetables and other garden truck. One and one half acres of this tract of
land axe under glass, and Mr. Hall has been especially successful in the raising of winter vegetables. Outside
of his college fraternal connections, he is not active in any other fraternal organization. During the World War,
Mr. Hall was one of the loyal Americans who served his country. For seventeen months he was attached to the Artillery
of the United States army as an instructor at Camps Jackson, Taylor and Lewis, and at other stations.
On June 29, 1921, in Binghamton, Mr. Hall married Nita Monell, daughter of Louis and Minnie (Mason) Monell; her
father is a carpenter and contractor and a prominent citizen of Binghamton. Mr. and Mrs. Hall are regular attendants
of the Presbyterian church.
Binghamton and Broome County
Editor in chief: William Foote Seward
Libarian for the Binghamton Public Libraey
Lewis Historical Publishing Company
New York and Chicago, 1924
Broome County, NY
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