Walter Eugene Wall (October 13, 1867 - July 23, 1944) was an American surveyor. Born in Yreka, California, he arrived in Honolulu with his parents in 1880. His father was the architect in charge of the construction of the Iolani Palace. He began working at the Hawaiian Government Survey in 1889 and was appointed Territorial Surveyor General in 1901. He worked for the survey for more than 35 years. Wall attended the Ponahou School where he was known for his athletics, introducing the curveball (referenced as 'curve pitching in baseball' in his obituary) to Hawaii. He married Edith Louise Dietz on June 22, 1903. He died in 1944 in Honolulu.

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