The flag shown here is one of the many variants of the Hall Corporation’s flag. It is a five-and-a-half-foot-long rectangular-shaped red flag with a white funnel pointing down and a black triangle within that funnel along with an “H” in white text. This flag design was used between the 1950s and late 1970s. Vessels built by Hall Corp. often have designs on their smoke stacks that are identical to/similar to the flag including the Eastcliffe Hall, Westcliffe Hall, and Coniscliffe Hall.
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