James Husst Hall Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Oberlin College, 1914, Bachelor of Music, 1915, A.M., 1922. Student Schola Cantorum, Paris, 1926-1927. In Edinburgh and Paris, 1937-1938.
1 son, James Truman (died 1943). Successively instructor, assistant professor pianoforte and history of music College of Wooster (Ohio), 1915-1921. Assistant professor of history and criticism of music Oberlin College, 1922-1927, professor, 1927-1955, emeritus, from 1955, visiting lecturer Richmond U. Area Center (John Hay Whitney Foundation), 1956.
Organist-director Calvary Presbyterian Church, Cleveland, 1921-1927. Plymouth Church, Shaker Hts., 1930-1935, and other churches. Director 1st Church (Congress), Oberlin, 1939-1940, organist, 1943-1947, from 56.
Served with United States Naval Reserve Force, 1919. Member Pi Kappa Lambda.
Married Florence Belle Jenney, June 28, 1919.