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K. C. Hall

K. C. Hall K. C. Hall

Erection date: 1997

Inscription

Keith Clifford Hall, FSMC, FAAO, DCLP, 1910 - 1964, pioneer in the fitting of contact lenses, practised here, 1945 - 1964.
British Contact Lens Association, 1997
City of Westminster

Site: K. C. Hall (1 memorial)

W1, Park Lane, 140

Hall opened consulting rooms at number 139 in 1945 and when his practice needed more space moved next door into the 6th floor of number 140.

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K. C. Hall

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Keith Clifford Hall

Optician.  Born Cambridge.  Aged 17 apprenticed to an optician.  Qualified wi...

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K. C. Hall

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Westminster City Council

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