Artist and Assistant custodian at NAG when Reginald Thomas DICK was Acting Honorary Secretary of the NSA (from 1920-21, at the death of Henry Meynell RHEAM). Dick continued on as Honorary Secretary until well into the 1930s, but would not have been able to do so without the help of Miss Churchill-Tayler and her assistant Miss Hall. These two women were the first of their gender to be of more than passing importance to the organisation of the Gallery, setting aside the voluntary talents of the lady artists who, though they contributed their art work, could not contribute their time to bureaucratic detail.
Miss Hall also attended classes at the FORBES SCHOOL in Newlyn, and occasionally contributed craftworks for the exhibitions held at NAG. To date it is not known what craft she exhibited.
NAG December 1926 (Craft section, Unspecified)
PEAG and NSA 1921-34
Cornishman 8 Dec 1926
Green (2002) Posing the Model
Hardie (1995) 100 Years in Newlyn: Diary of a Gallery
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall;