Charles Chandler Hall was born in Decatur, Illinois, May 9, 1870 and died Jan. 7, 1939 in Seattle, Washington. He began his Forest Service career in 1906 as an assistant forest ranger in Hell Gate Forest Reserve in Montana. In 1907 he was promoted to supervisor of the Hell Gate and Big Hole Forest Reserves. He continued as supervisor for the rest of his career, with the exception of 1912, when he began as a grazing inspection at Tonto Forest Reserve in Arizona. In 1913 he was appointed as supervisor of the Reserve. In 1916 he transferred to the Santiam Forest Reserve in Oregon where he remained as supervisor until his retirement from the Forest Service on March 1, 1933.
Biographical information found in: Elliot, Roy. Biography of C. C. Hall. Timber Lines ; Vol. 19, June 1967. pp. 101-104
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