Although chiefly known as a Boston architect, Herbert D. Hale and his partner Henry G. Morse maintained an office in Philadelphia from 1900 through 1905. Hale was born in Dorchester, MA, the son of Edward Everett Hale. He graduated from Harvard University in 1888 and attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris for four years. He worked in New York City for the years 1897-1898, and around the turn of the century established a firm in Boston with James Gamble Rogers, under the name of Hale & Rogers. He also maintained an association with New York architect Henry G. Morse, however; and it was under this firm that the work of Hale & Morse was executed
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