Hall, B. Kingston

HALL, B. Kingston (fl. 1919-26) is an obscure figure active in the Toronto area from 1919 until 1926. He formed a partnership with Herbert G. Duerr in late 1919 and together they specialised in the design of movie theatres. Their best known work is the Tivoli Theatre in Hamilton. No biographical information can be found on Hall.

HALL & DUERR

KITCHENER, ONT., theatre for Independent Theatres of Ontario Ltd., King Street, 1919-20 (C.R., xxxiii, 24 Dec. 1919, 48)
OWEN SOUND, ONT., theater for Superior Theatres Ltd., 1920 (C.R., xxxiv, 8 Sept. 1920, 56)
SUDBURY, ONT., Regent Theatre, Elm Street, 1922 (Sudbury Star, 2 Sept. 1922, 2, illus.)
TORONTO, ONT., Weston Theatre, Main Street North, Weston, 1923 (C.R., xxxvii, 18 July 1923, 49)
MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING, College Street, 1923 (C.R., xxxvii, 1 Aug. 1923, 53)
HAMILTON, ONT., Tivoli Theatre, James Street North near Gore Street, 1924 (inf. Nina Chapple, Hamilton)
DANFORTH-COXWELL MARKET HALL, Danforth Avenue at Coxwell Avenue, 1924; demol. (C.R., xxxviii, 20 Feb. 1924, 185, illus. & descrip.)
YONGE STREET, near St. Clair Avenue, stores and offices for an unnamed client, 1924 (C.R., xxxviii, 27 Aug. 1924, 51)
HURON STREET, at Lowther Avenue, apartment house for an unnamed client, 1926 (C.R., xl, 21 July 1926, 54, xl)