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Alexander Hogg Papers

 Collection
Identifier: P-0047

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings and printed matter pertaining to Alexander Hogg, who served as superintendent of Fort Worth Public Schools between 1883 and 1905. Hogg was a nationally known educator. He also was editor of the Texas & Pacific Quarterly, a literary magazine published by the T & P Railroad and author of several books, including "The Railroad in Education". The papers were donated in 1951 by his daughter Mary Lulie Hogg.1

1 Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Evening November 2, 1951

Dates

  • Undated

Extent

1 Linear Feet

Physical Location

Archives: 1C1

Separated Materials

The following items have been removed from the Alexander Hogg Papers and placed In the Tarrant County Book Collection:

1. Railroad in Education 2. Texas and Pacific Quarterly, Vol. 2 3. Texas and Pacific Quarterly, Vol. 4
Title
Alexander Hogg Papers
Status
Completed
Author
Ken N. Hopkins
Date
10 December 1990

Repository Details

Part of the Fort Worth Public Library Archives Repository

Contact:
500 West 3rd Street
Fort Worth Texas 76102
817-392-7740