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George Hall

George Hall

George Hall came to Alaska from Chicago, Illinois and had a long and successful career with the National Park Service in Alaska and Washington, DC. He started in 1953 as an administrative assistant at Sitka National Historical Park, was then upgraded to historian, and at one point was the park's Acting Superintendent. He then was Superintendent of Capital Parks in Washington, DC from 1963 to 1967, and Superintendent of Denali National Park and Preserve from 1967 to 1970. After retiring from the National Park Service, George worked as a tax and financial consultant in Anchorage, and spent more time persuing his hobby of stamp collecting. In 1998, he was president of the American Society of Polar Philatelists.

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