Mike and Alice Hogg Papers, 1919-1972, 1930-1941.


Mike and Alice Hogg Papers, 1919-1972, 1930-1941.

The papers are organized into two subgroups based upon the origin and purpose the the records: Subgroup 1: Family Papers - comprised of correspondence related to maintenance of the family properties and personal corrrespondence between the Hogg family and friends. The bulk of personal correspondence documents the friendship between Alice and Irvin S. Cobb. Smaller files contain letters received from: Mike's personal secretary Harry E. Bingham; friends Bob Davis and Mr. and Mrs. O.O.McIntyre; and letters from Ima Hogg. Also included are one linear foot of photographic material and two original caricature drawings of Irvin S. Cobb. Subgroup 2: Mike Hogg - consists mainly of correspondence related to political activity after his terms in the Texas Legislature and until the end of his life. The most comprehensive of this material is that which documents Hogg's fund-raising efforts for the "No Third Term Democrats" in Texas, 1940-41. Earlier political correspondence pertains to repeal of prohibition, and Hogg's endorsement of various Texas Democrats and proposed federal and state legislation. Military records are sparse, but contain Hogg's discharge papers and a commemorative roster of the 360th Infantry, Texas Brigade.

2.5lin.ft., including 400 photographs.

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