Herbert Dudley Hale was an American architect.
Born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, Hale graduated from Harvard in 1888. Soon afterwards he went to Paris and studied at the École des Beaux-Arts. On his return to this country, he formed a partnership with James G. Rogers. The Hale & Rogers firm went on to obtain commissions for the Engineers' Building, New York, the Shelby County Court House, Memphis, Tennessee; and the South Boston High School. He was elected a Fellow of the Associate of the American Institute of Architects in 1907. He is referred to in JW's correspondence about 1895.
Shettleworth, E. G., 'Brief Biographies of American Architects who Died Between 1897 and 1947', Society of Architectural Historians (U. S.), http://www.sah.org (accessed 5 August 2004).