John Roulstone Hall

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John Roulstone Hall
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West End, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
DiedJanuary 11, 1911(1911-01-11) (aged 84–85)
Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Resting placeForest Hills Cemetery and Crematory
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Spouse(s)Caroline Barrett Winslow Hall
  • Charles G. Hall (father)
  • Emily Catherine Browning Hall (mother)

John Roulstone Hall (1826 - 1911) was an architect in Boston.[1][2]


  • Eustis Street Fire House at 20 Eustis Street in Roxbury's Dudley Square
  • Fort Washington (Massachusetts) site additions (1857), 95 Waverly Street Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Hollis Street Theatre (1885)[3] and 17 years later its remodeling and redecoration
  • Massachusetts State House dome and cupola restoration[2]
  • 48 Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay
  • 56 Linwood St, Roxbury (1859)


  1. "Long An Architect". The Boston Globe. January 13, 1911. p. 3 – via
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Western Architect. Western architect, Incorporated. 1911. p. 26.
  3. Morrison, Andrew Craig (July 1, 2006). "Theaters". W. W. Norton & Company – via Google Books.

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