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  Theodore Hall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Theodore Alvin Holtzberg was born in Far Rockaway, New York City, though his family soon moved to Washington Heights, New York City.
Hall attended university at Harvard and graduated at the age of 18, and at the age of 19, was recruited to the Manhattan Project, where he was the youngest scientist at Los Alamos.
In November of 1999, Theodore Hall died in Cambridge, England.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Theodore_Hall   (660 words)

  
 Theodore Alvin Hall, Who at 19 Gave Soviets Atomic Secrets, Dies at 74
ONDON -- Theodore Alvin Hall, who was the youngest physicist to work on the atomic bomb project at Los Alamos during World War II and was later identified as a Soviet spy, died on Nov. 1 in Cambridge, England, where he had become a leading, if diffident, pioneer in biological research.
Hall was interrogated by the FBI in the 1950s, but just before that he had left the spy network.
Hall seized on an opportunity to leave the United States in 1962 for what was initially to be one year at the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge University.
www-personal.umich.edu /~sanders/214/other/news/obit-t-hall.html   (1022 words)

  
 Symphony Center - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Symphony Center includes Orchestra Hall, which dates from 1904 and still has "Theodore Thomas Orchestra Hall" inscribed in its façade; Buntrock Hall, a rehearsal and performance space; a public multi-story rotunda; Rhapsoday restaurant; and administrative offices.
In June 1993, plans to significantly renovate and expand Orchestra Hall were approved and the $110 million project resulting in Symphony Center was completed from 1995 to 1997.
Orchestra Hall was also used as a movie theater during the 1910s, to maintain income during the summer months, when the Chicago Symphony Orchestra would be playing at the Ravinia Festival.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Theodore_Thomas_Orchestra_Hall   (233 words)

  
 NOVA Online | Secrets, Lies, and Atomic Spies | Read Venona Intercepts: November 12, 1944
This cable is the first of eight decrypted KGB cables that mention Theodore Alvin Hall, a precocious Harvard-trained physicist who began passing information on the atomic bomb to the Soviets soon after he was hired at Los Alamos at age 19.
A young prodigy, Hall began studying at Columbia University at age 14 and graduated from Harvard at 18 with a degree in physics.
Hall eventually met with Sergey Kurnakov (Bek in the cable), a Soviet journalist and KGB agent living in New York.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/nova/venona/inte_19441112.html   (532 words)

  
 Ted Hall's Curriculum Vitae
Hall, Theodore W. "The Architecture of Artificial-Gravity Environments for Long-Duration Space Habitation." New member presentation to the Design Engineering Technical Committee, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Anaheim, California, USA, 29 September 1998.
Hall, Theodore W. "Doctoral Research in Space Habitat Design." Presented at the School of Architecture, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, sponsored by NASA / USRA University Advanced Design Program, 17 March 1993.
Hall, Theodore W. "The Architecture of Artificial-Gravity: Rotating Manned Space Stations." Presented at the School of Architecture, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, sponsored by NASA / USRA University Advanced Design Program, 7 December 1988.
www.twhall.com   (1544 words)

  
 Inside the Sagamore Hill National Historic Site
Referred to by the Roosevelt family as the hall, or occasionally front or main hall, this space served as a sitting room, an entrance hall and passageway to the first floor rooms and main staircase (beyond the right edge of the photo).
Theodore Roosevelt was not only a world-renowned hunter, but a widely-respected natural scientist, hunting for museums at a time when animals could only be studied out of their natural habitats by examination of their bones and hides.
In that year, Theodore Roosevelt, a neutral party with a great interest in having stability in the Pacific region, brought representatives of the Japanese and Russian governments to Sagamore Hill to negotiate an end to the bloody and expensive Russo-Japanese War.
www.nps.gov /sahi/inside.htm   (1263 words)

  
 Hall v. Commonwealth - Virginia DUI Lawyers
In response to Officer Judkins' inquiry, Hall stated that his name was "Teddy Leroy Hall, Jr.," that his birth date was July 1, 1942, that he was headed to an apartment complex where his passenger resided, and that he lived on Goolsby Avenue.
Officer Judkins gave Hall the original of the form to have his insurance company complete and mail to the DMV, to verify that the vehicle was insured.
Teddy Leroy Hall, Jr., testified that Hall was the driver of the vehicle, that the two men were half-brothers, that the identifying information given by Hall to Officer Judkins was actually Teddy Leroy Hall, Jr.'s, identity, and that he had not given Hall permission to use his identity.
www.dui1.com /DuiCaseLawDetail8218.htm   (559 words)

  
 Spy Cases - U.S. - A-Bomb - General - Hall
Hall admits to the authors of Bombshell having contact with the Soviets, although he carefully (even at this late date) avoids admitting to specific acts of espionage.
The self-serving justifications offered by Hall for his acts of treason (the Soviets were allies and a fear "of an American monopoly of atomic weapons if there should be a postwar depression") ring particularly hollow today.
Perhaps, the best guess may be that the FBI lacked the evidence to convict Hall of espionage without revealing the existence of the Venona decrypts.
intellit.muskingum.edu /spycases_folder/bomb_folder/bombhall.html   (397 words)

  
 Scientist, Spy for Soviets Dies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
LONDON –– Theodore Alvin Hall, who helped develop the atomic bomb at Los Alamos and was later revealed to have passed on some of its secrets to the Soviets, has died at age 74.
At the time the cable was published, Hall was at the end of a distinguished career at Cambridge University, where he had was a pioneer in developing biological X-ray microanalysis.
Hall was 19 when he was recruited to work on the atomic bomb project at Los Alamos, N.M. His spying was detailed in a 1997 book, "Bombshell: The Secret Story of American's Unknown Spy Conspiracy," by Joseph Albright and Marcia Kunstel.
www-personal.umich.edu /~sanders/214/other/news/obit-hall-ap.html   (509 words)

  
 Hall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The problem with this justification is that Hall turned over state secrets not for what that state was doing in the present, but for what he thought it might do in the future.
In almost the same breath in which he expresses his fear of American fascism, Hall states that he believed the Soviet Union was "a mixture of good and bad things, and hoped it would evolve favorably." (90) In other words, the USA was potentially a fascist state, while the USSR was potentially a democratic one.
FIFTH, Hall asserts that, when all is said and done, he still thinks that "the brash youth had the right end of the stick." On this basis he proceeds to lecture readers that a return to McCarthyism is the real threat to democracy.
home.earthlink.net /~gwkern/Hall.htm   (1264 words)

  
 Evinco: A Harry Potter RPG : Closed to Pansy
Relaxing again, Theodore swung his body to face the same direction as she was and angled his body to face her.
As he guided her through the halls and to the pitch, Theodore explained about how he personally felt about quidditch, about the thrill and the exhilaration of flying through the air without any strings attached.
Theodore ruffled her hair, "You silly bird," He laughed, his hand snaking up to touch the spot here she had kissed his cheek.
www.greatestjournal.com /community/evinco_rpg/34728.html   (3011 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Teddy Leroy Hall, Jr., testified that Hall was the driver of the vehicle, that the two men were halfbrothers, that the identifying information given by Hall to Officer Judkins was actually Teddy Leroy Hall, Jr.'s, identity, and that he had not given Hall permission to use his identity.
The fact that Hall failed to have the form fully completed and returned to the DMV does not alter the form's character as a public record.
Hall argues that he is known as "Teddy" and that by signing the confirmation of liability insurance form, "Teddy Hall," he signed a name by which he is frequently and commonly known and thus provided no false information.
www.courts.state.va.us /opinions/opncavwp/1265992.doc   (1023 words)

  
 Theodore Rousseau, School of Barbizon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Theodore Rousseau, with a fraternity peculiar to elders, brought a constant help to his friend who was two years younger.
Theodore Rousseau was smart, moved in the fashionable salons of the capital city whereas the hermit of Barbizon fled society and preferred “the silence that could be enjoyed so thoroughly either in the forests or in the plowed fields”.
Theodore Rousseau was a contemplator and said: ”he who lives in silence becomes the center of the world”.
www.barbizon-france.com /english/Pages/Barbizon/peintur/rouss.html   (359 words)

  
 MEC Minutes (revised) 10-04
Dr. Hall stated that the disadvantages of this model is that there is not enough curricular time in the fourth year to have a required clerkship during that time.
Hall thought this would be a good idea, however, he is uncomfortable with having a fourth year requirement but this can be worked out.
Baillie, Hall, Metten, Noah, and Wilkerson, and Aron Bruhn and Megan Morsheimer.
www.medsch.ucla.edu /MEC/Minutes/041006.htm   (2113 words)

  
 Brown/Dunn & Harbison/Garrard
She was married to Jimmie Ray HALL on 27 Jul 1950.
Theodore Banam HALL was born on 5 Feb 1895 in Pioneer, Eastland County, Texas.
William Franklin HALL was born on 21 Mar 1931 in Dublin, Erath County, Texas.
www.hal-pc.org /~wibr/d77.htm   (854 words)

  
 Project Venona: Theodore Alvin Hall and the Soviet Penetration Of The Manhattan Project - Above Top Secret Conspiracy ...
Theodore Hall, 19 years old, a graduate of Harvard, a physicist, handed over a report about "CAMP-2"—the KGB cover name for Los Alamos—and named the key personnel working on "Enormous," the KGB cover name for America's nuclear program.
It is startling to note that Hall at the time was living in Chicago and sharing and office with the father of the hydrogen bomb, Edward Teller.
Halls widow has admitted that he had spied for the Soviets and the KGB, not for money but for humanitarian reasons.
www.abovetopsecret.com /forum/thread118901/pg   (879 words)

  
 MEDICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Dr. Hall responded to this concern by stating that the didactic portion of radiology will remain part of the other clerkships as it is now.
Dr. Hall clarified that students are meeting the basic objectives and have some knowledge of what they need to know, and that he is comfortable with what they know.
Hall was asked to present a couple of proposals to the MEC at the October meeting.
www.medsch.ucla.edu /public/faculty/MEC/Minutes/040811.htm   (1127 words)

  
 People who lived in Badsey - H
HALL, Ellen Mary (f) baptised 15 Mar 1891 daughter of Owen Joseph and Eliza.
HALL, Rosa Annie (f) baptised 17 Jul 1898 daughter of Owen Joseph and Eliza.
HALL, Theodore James (m) baptised 24 Feb 1884 son of Joseph and Eliza.
www.badsey.net /history/h.htm   (6957 words)

  
 Morgan County - TN - Obituaries
Hall was Born October 14, 1934 in Lancing,TN, the son of the late George and Carrie Hall.
Hall was born Dec. 6, 1922, in Morgan County, TN, the son of John W. and Bessie Mae Hall.
HALL, NINA MAE ADAMS, age 83 of the Frankfort community, previously of Chestnut Ridge Community, went to be with the Lord and her loving husband, Bernard Roland Hall on March 1, 2005.
www.tngennet.org /morgan/obits/obit-h.html   (15061 words)

  
 Almanac of Theodore Roosevelt Bulloch Hall
In 1856, the widowed Martha Bulloch moved to New York to reside with Mittie and Theodore Roosevelt, Sr.; thus forcing her to rent Bulloch Hall.
In 1864, General Sherman's army ransacked Bulloch Hall, but mercifully did not burn it (perhaps because the soldiers chose the respect the home of a fellow Mason, whose Masonic symbols were prominently displayed on each side and over the entrance of the house).
During his tenure at Harvard, Theodore Roosevelt was presented with a pocketbook containing paper silhouettes of his Southern relatives and a list of instructions for entertaining guests.
www.theodore-roosevelt.com /trbulloch.html   (363 words)

  
 Poorman Genealogy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
HALL, THEODORE B. c1690 IN ENGLAND D. 1759 married Gertrude Gordon (Garden) B. THEODORE HALL came to America from Cheshire England, near Manchester, and settled North of Philadelphia PA in Bucks County, and subsequently moved across the Delaware River to Hunterdon county New Jersey.
Her father Theodore Hall was born in England and came with his brother Jacob to the neighborhood of Philadelphia.
EVERETT FRANKLIN HALL was born in 1842 and died in 1915.
www.kenpoorman.com /_wsn/page3.html   (7166 words)

  
 FULL FAMILY TREE - pafg54 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
John Daxon HALL [Parents] was born on 1 Oct 1909 in JC, NJ.
Marion Rose HEIM was born on 25 Apr 1911 in Baltimore, MD. She died in Jul 1987 in Hazlet, Monmouth, NJ.
Theodore Andrew HALL [Parents] was born on 14 Nov 1911 in JC, NJ.
www.mulvihill.net /genealogy/fullfamil/pafg54.htm   (265 words)

  
 News & Events - News Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Theodore Antoniou, Professor in the School of Music, composed “Moirologhia” (“Laments”) in memory of his longtime friend and colleague John Daverio.
The School of Music is presenting the concert as the culmination of performances dedicated to the memory of the late John Daverio, who served on its faculty from 1979 to 2003, most recently as Professor and Chairman of Musicology.
This month, Estes will participate in a concert at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation, and will be presented with the Puccini Foundation’s Baccarat Award in recognition of his achievements in the arts.
www.bu.edu /phpbin/news/releases/display.php?id=814   (1282 words)

  
 Los Alamos National Laboratory: History: People of Wartime Los Alamos: Spies
Theodore Hall graduated from Harvard at the age of 18 and was recruited to work at Los Alamos because of his technical training.
During a vacation, Hall walked into the Soviet embassy in New York and volunteered to work for the Soviets, believing that the Soviets needed to be informed of the United States' work to develop a fission bomb.
Hall emigrated to Great Britain in the early 1960's, where he currently lives.
www.lanl.gov /history/wartime/spies.shtml   (557 words)

  
 Navarre Arms: the Navarres of Meaux and New France
In T. Hall's Family Records of Theodore Parsons Hall (75-76), the author reports that these arms were provided to Carrie Godfroy by the Compte de Blavette, then resident of Versailles and lineal descendant of the Navarres of Meaux--the diocese containing the town of Villeroy, birthplace of Robert de Navarre.
The artwork originally presented in Hall's book is only a line drawing but he does include the tinctures [colors] of the arms in the blazoning or description found on page 100 of his work:
From the graphic Hall provides, however, the crown is further identifiable as that of a Count, in French Compte.
mlloyd.org /gen/navarre/text/arms.htm   (957 words)

  
 Theodore Shapiro, Composer
At 25 he's had performances at Carnegie Hall and on MTV — part of the new group of composers who can work in both places.
The concerto received its premiere at Carnegie Hall in December 1996, with Eugenia Zukerman as soloist.
Theodore Shapiro may be contacted c/o 21st Century Music Management, Inc., 459 Columbus Avenue,Suite 610,New York, NY 10024.
www.awadagin.com /shapiro.htm   (821 words)

  
 Ecology Hall of Fame: Roosevelt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Theodore Roosevelt was the first American President to take seriously the concept of the protection of nature.
He not only took it seriously but, like everything he did, he acted on his convictions "with vigor." He increased the size of the national forest system by 400%.
You have only to imagine the canyon stripped of various layers of history for mining and dotted with high rise hotels to understand why he is honored by the Ecology Hall of Fame.
www.ecotopia.org /ehof/roosevelt   (158 words)

  
 The Prospero Project
Hall’s main metaphor for positive transformation of Millennial Man is Shakespeare’s The Tempest, which he regards as "an extremely important and extremely neglected document in the prophetic literature of the West."
According to Hall, "the mind of man is now in the process of making a momentous choice regarding the future of our species…life or death.
Hall says that we can make it, and that there is a way to give the better angels of our nature a chance to work their magic, to turn the current appalling human tragedy into a miracle play.
www.trufax.org /catalog/prospero.html   (466 words)

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