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Anna Gertrude Hall

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Occupation  Writer
Books  Nansen
Role  Author

Name  Anna Hall
Nationality  American
Awards  John Newbery Medal
Anna Gertrude Hall Nansen by Anna Gertrude Hall
Genre  Children's, Tween, Young Adult

Miss Ingalis by Anna Gertrude Hall – Audiobook

Anna Gertrude Hall (1882–1967) was a well known children and adolescents author. Honored with a Newbery Medal honor in 1941 for her novel Nansen.


Anna Gertrude Hall was born in West Bloomfield, New York to Myron Edwin and Anna (Sterling) Hall. She received an A.B in 1906 from Leland Stanford Junior University. She also earned a B.L.S in 1916 from New York State Library School. Hall worked at Stanford University as a librarian and cataloger between the years of 1906 and 1962.


  • The Truth about Camilla (1913)
  • Miss Ingalis (1919)
  • Toward the North Pole (1964)
  • Cyrus Holt and the Civil War (1964)
  • The Cyrus Holt (1964)
  • Nansen (1964)
  • References

    Anna Gertrude Hall Wikipedia

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