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Good condition, intact, some wear.From the Estate of:Austin Hay (1915-2017) Johnstown PA and Manhattan New York;George Austin Hay ("Austin Hay") was born on December 25, 1915 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of George and Mary Louise (Austin) Hay.
George Austin Hay, Motion Picture Casting Director, US Government. Long Island City, New York.Actor, producer, director, musician, artist. Recipient Loyal Svc. award Junior League, 1953, St. Bartholomew's SilverLeadership award, 1966, Gold medal Accademia Italia, 1980, Smithsonian Institution Pictorial award, 1982; Federal Government Honor award in recognition 40 years dedicated service, 1995; subject of biographical work: Austin Hay, Adventures of a Christmas Child, 1970.Appointed time advisory panel, president's county College William and Mary. Member World Affairs Council, American Architectural Foundation. Board of Governors, trustee History Home of President James Monroe.Music donor American doctor's office turn-of-centuryperiod preservation. Board directors Washington Film Council With Army of the United States, 1942-1946, PTO. Member NATAS, American Federation television and Radio Artists, SAG, American Artists Professional League, Allied Artists American, International Bach Society, Beethoven Society (board directors), National Society Arts andLetters (board directors), Music Library. Association, National Symphony Orchestra Association, Actors Equity Association, National Association Investors, National Trust History Preservation, Sons of the American Revolution, National Parks and Conservation Association, Shakespeare Oxford Society, St. Andrew's Society, Victorian Society (board directors), Cambria County History Society, American Philatelic Society, American Museum Moving Image, Jimmy Stewart Museum (Indiana, Pennsylvania), English Speaking Union (board directors), National Arts Club (New York City), Players Club (New York City), National Travel Club, Columbia University Club, National Press Club, Arts Club of Washington, Classic Car Club American, National Naval Medical Command, Sigma Chi, Phi Mu Alpha.
His father, same family estate / house:Dr. George Hay, son of John B. and Anna Margaret (Suppes) Hay, was born April 6, 1880, at Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He received his education in the schools of his native city, and in 1899, entered the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, from which he graduated with the degree of Doctor of Medicine in May, 1903; entering upon the practice of his profession in October of that year in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He is a member of the surgical staff of the Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital. He was elected, February 1, 1906, city physician and health officer for a term of three years, and is also physician-in-charge of the Municipal Hospital for Contagious Diseases. He is a member of the Cambria County Medical Society (1903); of the Pennsylvania State Medical Society and the American Medical Association (1904); is also a member of the Philadelphia Society for the Study and Prevention of Social Diseases; of the Phi Alpha Sigma Fraternity(Delta Chapter) of Jefferson Medical College, and an Alumnus member of other medical societies connected with that institution. Dr. Hay belongs to Philadelphia Lodge No. 432, F. & A.M. He is of the Lutheran faith; in politics he is a Republican. He is a member of the Country and Amicus clubs.
In 1800 Joseph Johns laid out the village and named it Conemaugh. Later it was known as Shontz's Town, then Johnstown, in honor of its founder.Joseph Johns, with his sister, Frainie (Veronica), came to this country from Switzerland in 1768 and located in Berks County, where he was married to Frainie Holly. It is a singular fact that Joseph Johns was never a resident of Cambria County, having founded what is now Johnstown when it was a part of Somerset County and having removed from it before Cambria County was regularly constituted. Joseph Johns died on his farm in Somerset County on Jan. 18, 1810, at the age of sixty years. He was of the Amish Mennonite religion.