James M Hale

James Marshal Hale

  • American

James M Hale was an American storekeeper in Los Angeles. His brothers founded the Hale Bros stores in Sacramento, California. - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Organization From To
Founder Hale Bros Department Store 1880


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1846/10/07 Caroline Woodbridge Meech, wife of Marshal Hale, gives birth to a son, James Marshal Hale, in New York City. Born
1880/00/00 Marshall Hale, J M Hale and Prentis Cobb Hale open the Criterion store in Downtown Sacramento. Work
1881/00/00 The Hale brothers build a new department store on K Street at Ninth in Sacramento. Owner Hale Building, Sac Sacramento
1883/10/00 James M Hale moves to Los Angles and opens a dry goods store (lost) at 7-9 Spring Street (post-1890 numbering: 107-109 N Spring St), in what is now the Civic Center. Work Civic Center
1907/00/00 J M Hale buys a handsome home built by John Rebmana in the Wadsworth and Hollister Tract for $7,434. Home J M Hale House, Santa Monica Santa Monica
1909/01/23 J M Hales Co announces they are closing their dry goods store on N Spring St in five days and relocating to 341 to 345 S Broadway, an area known as "Petticoat Lane", just south of Jacoby Bros department store (lost). Work Broadway Theater and Commercial District Los Angeles
1936/01/31 James Marshal Hale dies at age 90. Died
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