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William Evart Hall

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1904.

1904 HALL, Willard Evart, 38. Long Acre, London, W.C. Cars: 15 h.p. C.G.V. Has driven 50,000 miles. Hobby: Yachting. Purchased his first motor, a de Dion tricycle, in 1899. Being of a mechanical turn of mind, soon became very fascinated with his tricycle, and it was not long before he sold his horses and went in for motor-cars, of which he has owned several, both of steam and petrol. Is an American by birth, but has spent the past 15 years of his life in England, the home of his ancestors. Was the organizer, and is now chairman, of Evart-Hall, Limited, 38, Long, Acre, London, W.C., whose garages, showrooms, and repair shops at Manchester and Brighton, are among the finest in England. They are the sole agents for Messrs. Charron, Girardot, and Voigt, of Paris, for the British Isles and South Africa, as well as other first-class cars. Clubs: Royal London Yacht, A.C.G.B. & I. [1]

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  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904