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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Accession Numbers

OCLC Number

Description of Series

I. Biographical Data

II. Family Letters Received

III. Family Letters Received And Written, Miscellaneous Papers

IV. Family Letters Written

V. Family Letters-Letter Presses

VI. Correspondence About Photographs Of James S. Hogg

VII. Letters Received

VIII. Letters Written

IX. Letter Presses

X. Account Papers

XI. Attorney General-Letters Received

XII. Attorney General-Letters Written

XIII. Attorney General-Letter Presses

XIV. Governor's Papers-Letters Received

XV. Governor's Papers-Letters Written

XVI. Governor's Papers, Letter Presses

XVII. Governor's Papers-Pardons

XVIII. Governor's Papers-Certificates of Election

XIX. Attorney-at-law Letters Received

XX. Hogg & Robertson-Letters Received

XXI. Hogg & Robertson-Letters Written

XXII. Hogg & Robertson-Letter Presses

XXIII. Justice of the Peace Records

XXIV. Memorandum Books

XXV. Literary Productions

XXVI. Bible

XXVII. Scrapbooks

XXVIII. Scrapbooks, Oversize

XXIX. Oversize Miscellaneous

XXX. Visual Materials

XXI. Maps

XXII. Robert C. Cotner Transcripts

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

James Stephen Hogg Papers, 1836-1969



Creator Hogg, James Stephen, 1851-1906
Title: James Stephen Hogg papers
Dates: 1836-1969
Abstract: James S. Hogg, lawyer, businessman and politician, was attorney general (1887-1890) and governor (1891-1895) of Texas. The papers relate to his political campaigns and career, including government reforms and regulation of industries, and development of The University of Texas and other educational institutions; Texas and United States politics, including Progressive and Populist movements; and genealogy, history, biography, and philanthropy of Hogg, his family, and his heirs.
Identification: urn:taro:utexas.cah.00006
Extent: 71.25 linear feet
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Biographical Note

James Stephen "Big Jim" Hogg (1851–1906) was the first native-born governor of Texas (1891–1895). He was born near Rusk in Cherokee County, Texas, on March 24, 1851, the son of Joseph Lewis Hogg (1806–1862) and Lucanda (born McMath) Hogg (1806–1863). He and his surviving siblings lost their father, a brigadier general, to the Civil War in 1862 and their mother a year later in 1863. The children were left to care for the family's property. Hogg continued his studies and worked as a newspaper typesetter in Rusk.

Over time, the family's property had to be sold to pay taxes, buy necessities, and fund the professional—agriculture and law—pursuits of James and his brother Thomas. Hogg then worked with law enforcement at Quitman, for the newspaper in Tyler, and started his own papers in Longview and Quitman (1871–1873). He used his papers as a platform to fight political and societal issues such as corruption and lawlessness. Hogg served as justice of the peace at Quitman from 1873–1875. In the same year (1875) Hogg became a licensed lawyer.

Hogg married Sarah Ann "Sallie" (born Stinson) Hogg (1854–1895) on April 22, 1874. Together they had four children: William Clifford Hogg (1875–1930), Ima Hogg (1882–1975), Michael "Mike" Hogg (1885–1941), and Thomas Elisha Hogg (1887–1949). Throughout Sallie's life, she served as a confidant and advisor to her husband in matters of state and was remembered by her daughter as an accomplished homemaker as well as a talented musician. When Sallie died in 1895, Hogg's sister Martha Francis (sometimes Frances) (born Hogg) Davis (1834–1920) came to help raise the children at his invitation.

Hogg held many positions in public office, only losing one race in 1876 for a seat in the Texas legislature. Hogg was elected attorney of Wood County (1878) and served as the district attorney for the old Seventh District (1880–1884). Following this role, he decided to return to private law practice in Tyler despite public support for him to go to Congress. Although, Hogg returned to politics, serving as attorney general (1887–1890) and governor of Texas (1891–1895).

As a statesman, Hogg's accomplishments include the progressive "Hogg Laws," municipal and tax reforms, control of lobbying, antitrust legislation, regulation of securities and major industries—including insurance, oil and gas, as well as railroads—and the establishment of the Texas Railroad Commission. Other aspects of his political career include interest in, and development of, The University of Texas and other state educational institutions as well as the promotion and funding of state historical and archival facilities and resources. After leaving the governorship, he did not seek public office again but backed many others' political careers. He also was a proponent of good government and continued to speak publicly on issues about which he felt strongly.

Hogg left office in debt, but he was able to build financial wealth through his law practice as well as investments in city property and oil lands—including land at Beaumont and eventually the Varner-Hogg property. In 1902, Hogg moved from Austin to Houston, Texas. Hogg and his wife, Sallie, exemplified and instilled in their children the value of public service through gifts to the University of Texas, the cities of Houston and Austin, as well as services to Texas. This model led to the philanthropic endeavors of their children.

In 1905, Hogg was injured in a railroad accident which continued to affect his health. He died in Houston at the home of his partner, Frank Jones, on March 3, 1906. He is buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Austin, Texas.

Sources:

Bernhard, Virginia. The Hoggs of Texas: Letters and Memoirs of an Extraordinary Family, 1887–1906. Edited by Virginia Bernhard. Denton: Texas State Historical Association, 2014.

Robert Cotner, "Hogg, James Stephen," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed March 26, 2021.

Ted Banks, "Hogg, Sarah Ann Stinson [Sallie]," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed March 26, 2021.

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Scope and Contents

Papers relate to genealogy, history and biography of Hogg (1851-1906), governor of Texas (1891-1895), and members of his family; to his careers as a lawyer, politician, attorney general, governor and businessman; to Progressivism in Texas including antitrust legislation during and after Hogg's gubernatorial administrations, the "Hogg Laws," municipal reforms, tax reform, control of lobbying, regulation of the oil and gas industry and of the insurance industry, securities regulation, reilroad regulation and the establishment of the Texas Railroad Commission; to other aspects of Hogg's gubernatorial administrations including interest in, and development of, The University of Texas and other state educational institutions and the promotion of state historical and archival facilities and resources; to other gubernatorial administrations, especially that of Charles Allen Culberson; to the Democratic Party in Texas and the United States (1876-1906) including county, district, state, and national conventions, the political influence of Texas Confederate veteran groups, and the history of Populism in Texas; to political campaigns for offices of attorney general of Texas, governor of Texas, United States congressman, United States senator, and United States president, especially the presidential campaigns of William Jennings Bryan (1896 and 1900); to political patronage, preferment, appointments, applications, recommendations, and endorsements, influence, and spoils; to the political careers of Joseph Weldon Bailey, Jr., Charles Keith Bell, James Nathan Browning, Thomas Mitchell Campbell, Horace Chilton, Richard Coke, Oscar Branch Colquitt, Martin McNulty Crane, Charles Allen Culberson, Robert Vance Davidson, Samuel Willis Tucker Lanham, Roger Quarles Mills, Joseph Draper Sayers, Morris Sheppard, Thomas Slater Smith, and other prominent Texans; to political issues in Texas and the United States, including prohibition, antitrust legislation and other aspects of progressivism, national monetary policy and national foreign policy; to Hogg's law practice in Tyler, Austin, and Houston, his financial career and the industrial development of Texas, especially in regard to the Beaumont oil fields, and including the philanthropic concerns of Hogg and his heirs.

Papers include letters, correspondence, telegrams, postcards, newspapers, clippings, scrapbooks, genealogies, biographies, obituaries, speeches, certificates, licenses, lists, reports, invitations, broadsides, calendars, maps, ledgers, photographs, memoranda, legal instruments, court records, and financial records. Included are typed transcripts of most of the manuscript materials, as well as of papers housed at the Texas State Archives that relate to Hogg's terms as attorney general and as governor. Also included is a group of materials related to the production of Robert C. Cotner's biography of Hogg published in 1959.

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Arrangement

These materials are arranged by subject.

Organization of the Papers

  • I. Biographical data:
    • Original material:2J206-2J213
    • Typed transcripts: 2N156, 2J417-2J418
    • Materials produced, collected and annotated by Robert C. Cotner: 2.401/HC 1001/A1-HC 1003/D2
  • II. Family letters received:
    • Original material:2J214
    • Typed transcripts: 2N156-2N157
  • III. Family letters received and written, miscellaneous papers:
    • Typed transcripts: 2N157
  • IV. Family letters written:
    • Original material:2J214-2J215
    • Typed transcripts: 2N157
    • Letters to Will C. Hogg, typed transcripts: 2J418
  • V. Family letters, letter press:
    • Original material:2J216
  • VI. Correspondence about photographs of James S. Hogg
    • Original material:2J216
  • VII. Letters received:
    • Original material:2J216-2J234
    • Inventory of typed transcripts: 2J437
    • Typed transcripts: 2.401/HC 1004/D2; 2.401/HC 2030/A1 - 2030/D2; 2.401/HC 2027/A1-2027/D1; 2J437-2J450
  • VIII. Letters written:
    • Original material:2J235
    • Typed transcripts: 2N158
  • IX. Letter presses:
    • Original material:2J258-2J268, 2J272
    • Typed transcripts: 2.401/HC 1003/D2; 2.401/HC 1004/A1 - 1004/D2; 2.401/HC 2027/D1, 2027/D2; HC 3/79; 2N144; 2J450-2J451
  • X. Account papers:
    • Original material:2J235, 2J273
  • XI. Attorney General, letters received:
    • Original material:2J236-2J245
    • Typed transcripts: 2N158, 2N159
  • XII. Attorney General, letters written:
    • Original material:2J245
    • Typed transcripts: 2N158
  • XIII. Attorney General, letter presses:
    • Typed transcripts: 2N145-2N153
  • XIV. Governor's papers, letters received:
    • Original material:2J246-2J253
    • Typed transcripts: 2N159, 2J418-2J437
    • Indexes to typed transcripts:2N158
  • XV. Governor's papers, letters written:
    • Original material:2J253
    • Typed transcripts: 2N153-2N156
    • Indexes to typed transcripts:2N158
  • XVI. Governor's papers, letter presses:
    • Original material:2J269-2J271.
    • Typed transcripts: 2J277-2J281
  • XVII. Governor's papers, pardons:
    • Original material:2J254
  • XVIII. Governor's papers, certificates of election:
    • Original material:2J254
  • XIX. Attorney-at-law, letters received:
    • Typed transcripts: 2N157
  • XX. Hogg & Robertson, letters received:
    • Original material:2J255-2J257
  • XXI. Hogg & Robertson, letters written:
    • Original materials: 2J257
  • XXII. Hogg & Robertson, letter presses:
    • Original material:2J271
  • XXIII. Justice of the Peace records:
    • Original material:2J272
  • XXIV. Memorandum Books:
    • Original material:2J273
  • XXV. Literary productions:
    • Speeches:
      • Original material: 2J273
      • Typed transcripts: 2N156
      • Letter presses: 2J274
    • Adele Lubbock Briscoe Looscan, Life of Michael Looscan 1894:
      • Typed transcript: 2J449
  • XXVI. Bible: 2J277
  • XXVII. Scrapbooks: 2J274-2J276
  • XXVIII. Scrapbooks, oversize: 2J282-2J292
  • XXIX. Oversize miscellaneous: 2.325/V63
  • XX. Visual materials: 3T246-3T251;3S134
  • XXI. Maps: OD31
  • XXII. Robert C. Cotner Transcripts: 3X103-3X117

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Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

Photographic negatives are restricted.

Conditions Governing Use

There are no use restrictions on this collection. Publisher is responsible for complying with copyright law. 

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Bailey, George McClellan, 1864-1927
Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925
Clark, George, 1841-1918
Cotner, Robert Crawford
Craddock, John T.
Culberson, Charles A. (Charles Allen), 1855-1925
Hogg, James Stephen, 1851-1906
Hogg, William Clifford, 1875-1930
Looscan, Michael
Ross, Lawrence Sullivan, 1838-1898
Corporate Names
Democratic Party (Tex.)
Hogg and Robertson (Austin, Tex.)
Railroad Commission of Texas
Texas. Attorney-General's Office
Texas. General Land Office
Subjects
Antitrust law
Boundaries
County attorneys
Education
Gambling
Gas industry
Governors
Governors--Election
Law enforcement
Oil fields
Petroleum industry and trade
Politicians
Populism
Prisons
Progressivism (United States politics)
Prohibition
Places
Austin
Beaumont
Mexico
North America
North America--Mexican-American Border Region
Texas

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

James Stephen Hogg Papers, 1836-1969, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Briscoe Center staff.

Subsequent revisions were made by Evan Hocker, January 2005; and Rebecca Wells, March 2021.

See family chronology in the digital holding record.

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Accession Numbers

98-313; 2007-008

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OCLC Number

23284616

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Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Biographical Data

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2J206 [SRH1230008702] Correspondence with various people about writing biography
Interviews; Reminiscences; Incidents; Sketches of his life, etc.
A-C
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2J207 [SRH1230008703] East Texas Interviews
Lists of People Interviewed or to be Interviewed
East Texas Interviews, May, 1946
[Biographical Information on James Stephen Hogg, (Loan from State)], April 3, 1906 - April 22, 1938
James Stephen Hogg: A Biography by Paul L. Wakefield, Brig. Gen. & Mrs. Joseph Lewis Hogg
Anne E. Hogg, F. Baylor Hogg, Ima Hogg, supplementary, Carey Porter Sweeny-Ima Hogg correspondence, September 1, 1892 - May 11, 1943
re: history of Varner Plantation, Mrs. James S. Hogg, John W. Hogg, Mrs. Julia Ann Hogg Ferguson, Mrs. Martha Francis Hogg, Mike Hogg, Thomas E. Hogg, April 10, 1956-January 17, 1957
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2J208 [SRH1230008704] Thomas E. Hogg, William Clifford Hogg, Mrs. Martha Francis Hogg Davis, Mrs. Hermilla Hogg Kelso, Bismarck Ferguson, J. W. McDugald, J. A. Stinson
Genealogy
Hogg Cemetary
Mountain Home
Hogg Coat-of-Arms
Miscellaneous Personal Items, Souvenirs, Invitations, etc.
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2J209 [SRH1230008705] John T. Craddock, letters received
February 18, 1890--October 17, 1890
George M. Bailey correspondence
April 4, 1922-January 28, 1924
Correspondence with Hogg Family about J. S. Hogg Biography, March 22, 1921-January 19, 1925
Biography of Michael Looscan, 1894
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2J418 [SRH1230008878] Typed transcripts
George M. Bailey, letters for biography
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2J210 [SRH1230008706] George M. Bailey, The Life of James Stephen Hogg
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2J417 [SRH1230008877] Bound volumes of typed transcripts
George M. Bailey, The Life of James Stephen Hogg, Part 1 - 3
George M. Bailey, Draft of The Life of James Stephen Hogg
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2J210 [SRH1230008706] Memorials, Pecan and Walnut Tree, Centennial, March 9, 1906-April 4, 1935, 1936
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2J211 [SRH1230008708] Memorials, March 11, 1906-April 4, 1939
McMath Genealogy, 1915-1934
Hogg Mansion, Austin, undated
Clippings
Wood County Democrat, Quitman, Texas, 1874, 1894-1900, 1952, 1955, undated
Miscellaneous, 1862, 1888, 1892, 1924, 1940-1959
Clark campaign song, "The Terrell Mule and the Tyler Hogg"
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2J212 [SRH1230008709] Clippings
1901-1941
Silver v. Gold, Campaign, 1896
Centennial Year, 1936
James Stephen Hogg memorial Shrine, Quitman, Texas
"Jim Hogg Day", December 8, 1951
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2J213 [SRH1230008710] Clippings, undated
Cartoons, broadsides
Miscellaneous printed material
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2N156 [SRH1230010828] Typed transcripts
Newspaper clippings
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2J418 [SRH1230008878] Bound volumes of typed transcripts
Grady Stafford St. Clair, The Hogg-Clark Campaign
Mary Louise Wimberly Barksdale,_ The Gubernatorial Administration of J. S. Hogg
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2.401/HC 1001/A1-1003/D2 Materials produced, collected, and annotated by Robert C. Cotner, circa 1949

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II. Family Letters Received

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2J214 [SRH1230008711] Original material
Pre-1846-June 7, 1903
July 31, 1894 - August 13, 1913, undated
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2N156 [SRH1230010828] Typed transcripts
Pre-1846-1913, undated
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2N157 [SRH1230010829] 1874-1905
1889-1905

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III. Family Letters Received And Written, Miscellaneous Papers

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2N157 [SRH1230010829] Typed transcripts

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IV. Family Letters Written

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2J214 [SRH1230008711] Original material
September 25, 1870-September 18, 1903
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2J215 [SRH1230008712] Supplementary, September 23, 1901-July 13, 1909
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2N157 [SRH1230010829] Typed transcripts, 1862-1907
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2J418 [SRH1230008878] Letters to Will C. Hogg, April 18, 1892-October 7, 1902

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V. Family Letters-Letter Presses

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2J216 [SRH1230008713] Original material #1, 1A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, January 29, 1887-February 20, 1892

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VI. Correspondence About Photographs Of James S. Hogg

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2J216 [SRH1230008713] Original material

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VII. Letters Received

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2J216 [SRH1230008713] Original material
May 21, 1836-July 31, 1889
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2J217 [SRH1230008714] August 1, 1889-April 14, 1890
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2J218 [SRH1230008715] April 15, 1890-June 13, 1890
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2J219 [SRH1230008746] June 14, 1890-November 28, 1890
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2J220 [SRH1230008747] December 1, 1890-April 30, 1891
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2J221 [SRH1230008748] May 1, 1891-August 31, 1891
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2J222 [SRH1230008749] September 1, 1891-February 17, 1892
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2J223 [SRH1230008750] February 18, 1892-April 12, 1892
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2J224 [SRH1230008751] April 13, 1892-June 14, 1892
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2J225 [SRH1230008752] June 15, 1892-August 28, 1892
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2J226 [SRH1230008753] August 29, 1892-October 31, 1892
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2J227 [SRH1230008754] November 1, 1892-December 31, 1892
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2J228 [SRH1230008755] January 1, 1893-March 17, 1893
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2J229 [SRH1230008736] March 18, 1893-May 31, 1893
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2J230 [SRH1230008737] June 1, 1893-November 29, 1893
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2J231 [SRH1230008738] December 2, 1893-May 31, 1894
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2J232 [SRH1230008739] June 1, 1894-October 31, 1894
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2J233 [SRH1230008740] November 2, 1894-August 1, 1903
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2J234 [SRH1230008741] February 23, 1904-March 14, 1906, undated
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2J237 [SRH1230008744] Typed transcripts
Inventory, bound volume
Volume 1: bound, May 21, 1836-August 30, 1889
Volumes 2-3, August 31, 1889-March 31, 1890
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2J238 [SRH1230008745] Volumes 4-5, April 1-May 31, 1890
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2J239 [SRH1230008726] Volumes 6-8, bound, June 1-December 31, 1890
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2J240 [SRH1230008727] Volumes 9-11, bound, January 1-August 31, 1891
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2J241 [SRH1230008728] Volumes 12-13, bound, September 1, 1891-February 29, 1892
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2J242 [SRH1230008729] Volumes 14-16, bound, March 1-May 31, 1892
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2J243 [SRH1230008730] Volumes 17-19, bound, June 1-August 31, 1892
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2J244 [SRH1230008731] Volumes 20-22 (part 1), bound, September 1-December 31, 1892
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2J245 [SRH1230008732] Volumes 22 (part 2)-24, November 1, 1892-February 28, 1893
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2J246 [SRH1230008716] Volumes 25-27, bound, March 1-May 31, 1893
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2J247 [SRH1230008717] Volumes 28-30, bound, June 1, 1893-April 30, 1894
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2J248 [SRH1230008718] Volumes 31-33, bound, May 1, 1894-December 31, 1894
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2J249 [SRH1230008719] Volumes 34-36, bound, January 1, 1895-March 14, 1906,, undated
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2J250 [SRH1230008720] Volume 37: John T. Craddock correspondence, bound, February 15-March 17, 1890
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2.401/HC 1004/D2 [unk_109404] January 5, 1889-September 20, 1890
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2.401/ HC 2030/A1 [unk_109405] September 21-December 30, 1890
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2.401/ HC 2030/A2 [unk_109406] December 31, 1890-February 22, 1891
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2.401/ HC 2030/B1 [unk_109407] February 23, 1891-April 30, 1891, September 1, 1891-September 30, 1891
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2.401/ HC 2030/B2 [unk_109408] October 2, 1891-December 31, 1891, undated
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2.401/ HC 2030/C1 [unk_109409] January 1-March 31, 1892
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2.401/ HC 2030/C2 [unk_109410] April-August 31, 1892
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2.401/ HC 2030/D1 [unk_109411] September 1-November 30, 1892
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2.401/ HC 2030/D2 [unk_109412] December 1, 1892-December 30, 1892, January 1, 1893-January 16, 1893, undated
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2.401/ HC 2027/A1 [unk_109413] January 17-March 17, 1893
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2.401/ HC 2027/A2 [unk_109414] March 17-May 31, 1893
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2.401/ HC 2027/B1 [unk_109415] June 1-September 27, 1893
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2.401/ HC 2027/B2 [unk_109416] September 27, 1893-December 31, 1893, January 1, 1894-January 6, 1894, undated
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2.401/ HC 2027/C1 [unk_109417] January 8-April 16, 1894
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2.401/ HC 2027/C2 [unk_109418] April 17, 1894-April 30, 1894, November 1, 1894-December 31, 1894, 1888-1889, undated
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2.401/ HC 2027/D1 [unk_109419] undated

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VIII. Letters Written

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2J235 [SRH1230008742] Original material
September 28, 1874-February 18, 1876
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2N158 [SRH1230010871] Typed transcripts, 1874-1905

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IX. Letter Presses

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2J258 [SRH1230008725] Original material
#1A, January 27, 1887-June 16, 1887
#1, June 25, 1887-July 30, 1888
#2, August 3, 1888-August 8, 1889
#3, May 9, 1889-September 16, 1889
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2J259 [SRH1230008756] #4, August 7, 1889-February 3, 1890
#5, February 17, 1890-May 1, 1890
#6, Parts I & II, May 1, 1890-June 10, 1890
#7, Parts I, II & III, June 10, 1890-December 6, 1890
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2J260 [SRH1230008757] #8, December 18, 1890-January 15, 1891
#9, Parts I & II, October 29, 1891-March 24, 1892
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2J261 [SRH1230008758] #10, March 23, 1892-September 16, 1892
#11, January 31, 1893-August 30, 1893
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2J262 [SRH1230008759] #12, Part I, December 5, 1894-April 25, 1896
#12, Part II, December 5, 1894-April 25, 1896
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2J263 [SRH1230008760] #13, Part I, April 27, 1896-December 22, 1896
#13, Part II, April 27, 1896-December 22, 1896
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2J264 [SRH1230008761] #13A, December 23, 1896-November 18, 1897
#14, November 20, 1897-October 28, 1898
#15, Part I, November 1, 1898-September 27, 1899
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2J265 [SRH1230008762] #15, Part II, November 1, 1898-September 27, 1899
Loose Sheets from Letterpress, April 10, 1889
#16, Part I, October 9, 1899-January 29, 1901
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2J266 [SRH1230008763] #16, Part II, October 9, 1899-January 29, 1901
#17, Part I, February 19, 1896-July 9, 1897
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2J267 [SRH1230008764] #17, Part II, February 19, 1896-July 9, 1897
#17A, July 9, 1897-April 1, 1898
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2J268 [SRH1230008765] #18, April 5, 1898-December 24, 1898
#23, March 18, 1904-March 25, 1905
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2J272 [SRH1230008769] Penitentiary Affairs, (Relates only indirectly to the Hogg Collection and was not included in "Hogg Papers-Catalogue"), April 25, 1887-July 13, 1889
Blank Letter Press
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2J450 [SRH1230008873] Typed transcripts
#1A, 1 (bound)
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2J451 [SRH1230008958] #2-5 (bound)
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2.401 HC 1003/D2 [unk_109420] #6 (bound)
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2.401 HC 1004/A1 [unk_109421] #7 (bound)
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2.401 HC 1004/A2 [unk_109422] #8, 9 (bound)
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2.401 HC 1004/B1 [unk_109423] #10 (bound)
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2.401 HC 1004/B2 [unk_109424] #11-12 (Part 2) (bound)
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2.401 HC 1004/C1 [unk_109425] #12 (Part 3), 13, 13A (Part 1) (bound)
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2.401 HC 1004/C2 [unk_109426] #13A (Part 2)-14 (Part 1) (bound)
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2.401 HC 1004/D1 [unk_109427] #14 (Part 2)-15 (Part 2) (bound)
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2.401 HC 1004/D2 [unk_109428] #15 (Part 3)-16 (Part 1) bound
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2.401 HC 2027/D1 [unk_109429] #16 (Parts 2 and 3) (bound)
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2.401 HC 2027/D2 [unk_109430] #17A, 17 (Part 1) (bound)
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2J281 [SRH1230008778] #17 (Parts 2 and 3) (bound)
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2N144 [SRH1230010820] #17 (Part 4), 18, 23 (bound)

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X. Account Papers

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2J273 [SRH1230008770] Account book, accounts paid
September 1, 1885-May 3, 1886
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2J235 [SRH1230008742] August 4, 1888-December 27, 1892
fragments & paid bills, January 1, 1893-September 1, 1905, undated, February 4, 1886-January 31, 1906

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XI. Attorney General-Letters Received

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2J236 [SRH1230008743] Original material
January 3-October 31, 1888
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2J237 [SRH1230008744] November 1, 1888-March 18, 1889
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2J238 [SRH1230008745] March 19, 1889-May 31, 1889
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2J239 [SRH1230008726] June 1, 1889-August 15, 1889
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2J240 [SRH1230008727] August 16, 1889-November 12, 1889
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2J241 [SRH1230008728] November 13, 1889-December 31, 1889,, undated
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2J242 [SRH1230008729] January 1, 1890-March 31, 1890
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2J243 [SRH1230008730] April 1, 1890-July 9, 1890
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2J244 [SRH1230008731] July 10, 1890-October 31, 1890
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2J245 [SRH1230008732] November 1, 1890-July 24, 1891
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2N158 [SRH1230010871] Typed transcripts
October 17-31, 1888
January 22-31, 1890
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2N159 [SRH1230010864] May 1-13, 1890

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XII. Attorney General-Letters Written

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2J245 [SRH1230008732] Original material
July 16, 1887-December 7, 1890
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2N158 [SRH1230010871] Typed transcripts
January 29, 1890-January 1892, undated

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XIII. Attorney General-Letter Presses

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2N145 [SRH1230010821] Typed transcripts
#38, January 20-March 17, 1887
#39, March 18-June 17, 1887
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2N146 [SRH1230010822] #40, June 17-August 30, 1887
#41 (Part 1), August 30-December 13, 1887
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2N147 [SRH1230010823] #41 (Part 2), August 30-December 13, 1887
#42 (Parts 1 and 2), December 14, 1887-March 10, 1888
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2N148 [SRH1230010824] #42 (Part 3), December 14, 1887-March 10, 1888
#43, March 11-June 23, 1888
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2N149 [SRH1230010868] #44, June 23-October 11, 1888
#45 (Part 1), October 11, 1888-January 22, 1889
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2N150 [SRH1230010825] #45 (Parts 2 and 3), October 11, 1888-January 22, 1889
#46 (Parts 1 and 2), January 21-April 3, 1889
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2N151 [SRH1230010826] #46 (Part 3), January 21-April 3, 1889
#47, April 4-June 1, 1889
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2N152 [SRH1230010827] #48, May 31-July 23, 1889
#49 (Parts 1 and 2), July 22-September 24, 1889
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2N153 [SRH1230010867] #49 (Part 3), July 22-September 24, 1889

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XIV. Governor's Papers-Letters Received

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2J246 [SRH1230008716] Original material
January 29, 1890-March 26, 1894
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2J247 [SRH1230008717] March 27, 1894-May 14, 1894
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2J248 [SRH1230008718] May 15, 1894-June 22, 1894
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2J249 [SRH1230008719] June 23, 1894-August 4, 1894
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2J250 [SRH1230008720] August 11, 1894-October 6, 1894
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2J251 [SRH1230008721] October 7, 1894-November 30, 1894
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2J252 [SRH1230008722] December 1, 1894-January 31, 1898, undated
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2J253 [SRH1230008723] Undated Recommendations for Notary Public by Counties
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2J418 [SRH1230008878] Typed transcripts
Volume 1, January 5, 1889-August 31, 1890
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2J419 [SRH1230008879] Volumes 2-4, September 1-December 15, 1890
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2J420 [SRH1230008880] Volumes 5-7, December 16, 1890-January 31, 1891
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2J421 [SRH1230008881] Volumes 8-11, February 1-March 31, 1891
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2J422 [SRH1230008882] Volumes 12-14, April 1-June 30, 1891
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2J423 [SRH1230008883] Volumes 15-17, July 1-September 30, 1891
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2J424 [SRH1230008884] Volumes 18-21, October 1, 1891-January 20, 1892
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2J425 [SRH1230008885] Volumes 22-25, January 21-April 30, 1892
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2J426 [SRH1230008886] Volumes 26-28, May 1-August 31, 1892
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2J427 [SRH1230008887] Volumes 29-32, September 1-December 15, 1892
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2J428 [SRH1230008888] Volumes 33-36, 1890, 1891, December 1892, January 1, 1893-January 31, 1893
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2J429 [SRH1230008889] Volumes 37-39, February 1-March 31, 1893
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2J430 [SRH1230008890] Volumes 40-42, April 1-May 31, 1893
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2J431 [SRH1230008891] Volumes 43-45, June 1-August 31, 1893
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2J432 [SRH1230008892] Volumes 46-48, September 1-December 19, 1893
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2J433 [SRH1230008893] Volumes 49-52, December 20, 1893-March 31, 1894
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2J434 [SRH1230008894] Volumes 53-55, April 1-June 30, 1894
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2J435 [SRH1230008895] Volumes 56-58, July 1-September 30, 1894
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2J436 [SRH1230008896] Volumes 59-61, September 1-December 31, 1894
undated
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2J437 [SRH1230008897] undated
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2N159 [SRH1230010864] Undated recommendations for notary public, by counties
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2N158 [SRH1230010871] Indexes: Volumes 1-61 and, undated

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XV. Governor's Papers-Letters Written

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2N153 [SRH1230010867] Original material
July 4, 1889-February 7, 1899
Typed transcripts
Volumes 1-3, April 9, 1887-July 31, 1891
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2N154 [SRH1230010866] Volumes 4-7, August 1-December 31, 1891
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2N155 [SRH1230010865] Volumes 8-10, January 1-November 17, 1892
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2N156 [SRH1230010828] Volume 11: and all undated, January 13, 1893-November 27, 1894, undated
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2N158 [SRH1230010871] Indexes, Volumes 1-11 and, undated

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XVI. Governor's Papers, Letter Presses

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2J269 [SRH1230008766] Original material
"Letter Press" #1, January 21, 1891-June 1, 1891
"Letter Press" #2, September 6, 1892-March 18, 1893
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2J270 [SRH1230008767] "Letter Press" #3, March 18, 1893-July 25, 1893
"Letter Press" #4, July 21, 1893-February 2, 1894
"Letter Press" #5, February 1, 1894-July 2, 1894
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2J271 [SRH1230008768] "Letter Press" #6, July 6, 1894-January 15, 1895
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2J277 [SRH1230008774] Typed transcripts
#1-2 (Part 1)
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2J278 [SRH1230008775] #2 (Part 2)- 3 (Part 2)
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2J279 [SRH1230008776] #3 (Part 3)- 4
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2J280 [SRH1230008777] #5-6 (Part 1)
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2J281 [SRH1230008778] #6 (Parts 2 and 3)

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XVII. Governor's Papers-Pardons

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2J254 [SRH1230008724] March 1, 1891-January 15, 1895

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XVIII. Governor's Papers-Certificates of Election

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2J254 [SRH1230008724] November 8, 1892

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XIX. Attorney-at-law Letters Received

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2J257 [SRH1230008733] Typed transcripts, 1895-1906

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XX. Hogg & Robertson-Letters Received

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2J255 [SRH1230008735] Original material
April 1, 1895-May 31, 1899
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2J256 [SRH1230008734] June 2, 1899-December 30, 1902
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2J257 [SRH1230008733] fragments and undated, January 2, 1903-August 5, 1906, undated

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XXI. Hogg & Robertson-Letters Written

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2J257 [SRH1230008733] Original material
November 15, 1895-December 3, 1895

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XXII. Hogg & Robertson-Letter Presses

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2J271 [SRH1230008768] Case Files
1890-1898
May 9, 1903-November 22, 1904

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XXIII. Justice of the Peace Records

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2J272 [SRH1230008769] Criminal Docket No. 1, Quitman, Texas, 1873-1874
Court Docket, Quitman, Texas, 1874

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XXIV. Memorandum Books

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2J273 [SRH1230008770] Tyler, 1880-1886
Austin, 1887-1888
Austin, April 1890
At Large, May 1890
1891-1894

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XXV. Literary Productions

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2J273 [SRH1230008770] Speeches
Manuscript and printed
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2N156 [SRH1230010828] March 14, 1886-November 3, 1905,, undated
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2J449 [SRH1230008957] Typed transcripts
Adele Lubbock Briscoe Looscan, The Life of Michael Briscoe, 1894
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2J274 [SRH1230008771] Letter Press Speeches, 1891

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XXVI. Bible

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2J277 [SRH1230008774] Bible presented to James S. Hogg, Rusk, Texas, 1861

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XXVII. Scrapbooks

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2J274 [SRH1230008771] Newspaper clippings, Democratic & Republican Platforms
Cleveland's Letter of Acceptance, etc., 1881-1886
Newspaper Clippings, 1887-1889
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2J275 [SRH1230008772] Newspaper Clippings, 1887-1894
Texas World's Fair Exhibit Association, Capital Stock Certificate #1, July 18, 1891
Gold, Silver, U.S., and Foreign Debt, Statistical Data, 1873-1896
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2J276 [SRH1230008773] Newspaper Clippings, 1886-1906
Newspaper Clippings about the life of James S. Hogg
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2J283 [SRH1230008780] State Democratic Convention, San Antonio, 1890
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2J284 [SRH1230008781] International and Great Northern Inquiry compiled by Will C. Hogg for James S. Hogg, 1891
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2J285 [SRH1230008844] Invitation by Letter, January 15, 1894
Prominent Citizens Deliver Address on Behalf of Harmony in the Democratic Party
Famous Dallas Speech
Newspaper Clippings
1894
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2J290 [SRH1230008850] 1899-1900
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2J291 [SRH1230008851] 1899-1900
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2J292 [SRH1230008849] 1901-1902
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2J286 [SRH1230008846] 1902-1904
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2J287 [SRH1230008847] Tributes, Nation-Wide on Death of Governor Hogg, March 2, 1906
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2J288 [SRH1230008845] James S. Hogg Scrapbook
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2J289 [SRH1230008848] Miss Ima Hogg's Scrapbook of Telegrams received by her after the death of James S. Hogg, 1906

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XXVIII. Scrapbooks, Oversize

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2J282 [SRH1230008779] James Stephen Hogg's Private Political "Pot" Containing Prohibition and other Political material on both sides of the question, 1887

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XXIX. Oversize Miscellaneous

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2.325/V63 [SRH1230002385] License to practice before the Supreme Court
Certificate of election as Attorney General
Address to 22nd Legislature
Political broadsides
Newspaper and magazine clippings
Certificates of election, November 8, 1892

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XXX. Visual Materials
[Approx. 197 photographs, 12 tintypes, 16 negatives, 1 drawing, 5 ink cartoons, 6 pencil cartoons.]

Scope and Contents
[Images related to Hogg (1851-1906), Texas Governor (1891-1895), members of his family, and friends and business associates, politicians and political events.]
Arrangement
[Photographs are arranged by subject. A partial calendar is provided.]
Conditions Governing Access
[Negatives are restricted.]
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3T246/3T247 [SRH1230021872] Folder No. 1
General
Photographs: Of Governor Hogg individually and in groups. (Beginning with early ones, through 1894)
Photographs: Of Governor Hogg individually and in groups. (Beginning with early ones, through 1894), circa 1894
Scope and Contents
  1. Tintype of James Stephen Hogg in Printing Office at Rusk, Texas. According to Miss Ima's information, he is the figure at the right and the time is about 1868.
  2. Copy of above tintype.
  3. Small photograph James Stephen Hogg, with the date 1870 on front, and following note on back: To W.B.D. J. S. Hogg 19 years, 1870.
  4. Small photograph of James Stephen Hogg, by C. A. Teagarden, Photographer, Rusk, Texas. No date.
  5. Small framed photograph of James Stephen Hogg (used at Centennial Exhibit in Dallas). According to Miss Ima's information this was made in 1872 while he was Justice of the Peace at Quitman, Texas. (See file marked "Centennial," in large red folder marked "Memorials.") This photo has the number 51 on back, marked so by Centennial authorities.
  6. Small photographs of James Stephen Hogg. No date.
  7. Photograph of James Stephen Hogg (seated), and F. J. McCord, with following note on back: F. J. McCord and J. S. Hogg - Opposing Candidates before the Tyler District Judicial Convention for District Attorney of the 7th District. June 1880.
  8. Two (2) photographs of James Stephen Hogg, with following note on back of both: J. S. Hogg, July 2d, 1881. Aged 30 years 4 ms. 8 days.
  9. Two (2) photographs of James Stephen Hogg, with following note on back of both: J. S. Hogg, Mineola, Texas. Dec. 2, 1881.
  10. Small tintype of James Stephen Hogg. No date. (Looks to be about 1881)
  11. Framed photographs of James Stephen Hogg (used at Centennial Exhibit in Dallas). According to Miss Ima's information, the date of this is March 24, 1883 as District Attorney. Note on back "For my Ima." [broken glass]
  12. Tintype of James Stephen Hogg with three of his children. No date.
  13. James Stephen Hogg with group (figure in middle) having following note on front: Garrison, Scales, Hogg, Rea, Smith at Marshall Hall on the Potomac. Oct. 1888
  14. James Stephen Hogg with youngest son, Tom. Following note on back: Tom Hogg "and his Daddy" - July 1889 - Austin, Texas.
  15. Two (2) photographs of James Stephen Hogg (identical). Note on back of one: Gov. James S. Hogg, 321 West Ervin, Tyler, Tex. Also note in Miss Ima's handwriting as follows: Atty. Genrl. 1889. Sent by Edith Yarbrough, 321 West Ervin, Tyler, Texas.
  16. James Stephen Hogg with group on porch. Following note on back: Brownwood, May 1st 1890.
  17. Photograph of James Stephen Hogg being sworn in as Governor. No date, but probably 1891. This photo sent by Ruth Johnson, 1213 West 6th St., Austin, Texas.
  18. James Stephen Hogg with group aboard S.S. Lampasas. Following note on front: J. S. Hogg, Pres. Harrison, Gen'l. Rusk and Citizens of Galveston - Steam Ship Lampasas - April 18th 1891.
  19. Closeup of James Stephen Hogg, taken from above photograph aboard S. S. Lampasas.
  20. James Stephen Hogg and group In Camp, at Austin, July 21, 1891. Following names on front: Col. R. J. House; Genl. W. H. Mabry; Gen'l. A. S. Roberts; J. S. Hogg; Gen'l. D. S. Stanley; Genl. L. M. Openheimer.
  21. James Stephen Hogg and group. Probably in Camp at Austin, July, 1891. Looks like about same time and group as above.
  22. James Stephen Hogg and group (including Miss Ima Hogg). Probably in Camp at Austin, July 1891. Looks like about same time and group as above pictures. Miss Ima identified some of these men on back of picture; and also has following note: Picture given by Gen. Oppenheimer to Mrs. Belcher and given me Nov. 28, '26.
  23. James Stephen Hogg and General Wheaton (in carriage). Following note on front: J. S. Hogg and Genl Wheaton. Encampment at Austin 1893.
  24. James Stephen Hogg and group, on horseback. Note on back: Encampment at Austin, Texas Militia. J. S. Hogg administration. (Probably same time as above photo)
  25. Photograph of James Stephen Hogg made by Marks of Austin, Texas. Dated 1893 on back.
  26. Post Card Photograph of James Stephen Hogg. No date. Following note by W. C. Hogg on back: J. S. Hogg as inaugurated. Before he left the Gov's Office he was clean shaven - remained so, as big picture.
  27. James Stephen Hogg with large group at Waco Cotton Palace, 1894. Following note by Miss Ima on back: At the Waco Cotton Palace 1894. St. Louis Board of Trade and a few Texians. Ex. Gov. Hubbard, Judge Clark, J. S. Hogg, Senator Coke, Lieut. Gov. George Jester.
  28. James Stephen Hogg with Mrs. Hogg and three children (framed photograph). No date, but this is probably 1890 or 1891. [Frame removed 5/13/1986]
  29. James Stephen Hogg, from Attorney General, 1889, photograph of picture in Harper's Monthly, Nov. 1890, p. 897.
  30. Photograph of James Stephen Hogg from a portrait by Robert Joy (Geopath Studio 3/24/54).
  31. Photograph of Will C. Hogg (see folder # 4).
  32. Photograph of James S. Hogg
Tintype of James Stephen Hogg in Printing Office at Rusk, Texas. According to Miss Ima's information, he is the figure at the right and the time is about 1868., circa 1868
Copy of above tintype, undated
Small photograph James Stephen Hogg, with the date 1870 on front, and following note on back: To W.B.D. J.S. Hogg 19 years, 1870, 1870
Small photograph of James Stephen Hogg, by C.A. Teagarden, Photographer, Rusk, Texas, undated
Small framed photograph of James Stephen Hogg (used at Centennial Exhibit in Dallas). According to Miss Ima's information this was made in 1872 while he was Justice of the Peace at Quitman, Texas. (See file marked "Centennial," in large red folder marked "Memorials.") This photo has the number 51 on back, marked so by Centennial authorities., 1872
Small photographs of James Stephen Hogg, undated
Photograph of James Stephen Hogg (seated), and F. J. McCord, with following note on back: F. J. McCord and J. S. Hogg - Opposing Candidates before the Tyler District Judicial Convention for District Attorney of the 7th District, 1880-06
Two (2) photographs of James Stephen Hogg, with following note on back of both: J. S. Hogg, July 2d, 1881. Aged 30 years 4 ms. 8 days, July 2, 1881
Two (2) photographs of James Stephen Hogg, with following note on back of both: J. S. Hogg, Mineola, Texas., December 2, 1881
Small tintype of James Stephen Hogg. No date. (Looks to be about 1881), circa 1881
Framed photographs of James Stephen Hogg (used at Centennial Exhibit in Dallas). According to Miss Ima's information, the date of this is March 24, 1883 as District Attorney. Note on back "For my Ima." [broken glass], March 24, 1883
Tintype of James Stephen Hogg with three of his children., undated
James Stephen Hogg with group (figure in middle) having following note on front: Garrison, Scales, Hogg, Rea, Smith at Marshall Hall on the Potomac, October 1888
James Stephen Hogg with youngest son, Tom. Following note on back: Tom Hogg "and his Daddy" - July 1889 - Austin, Texas., July 1889
Two (2) photographs of James Stephen Hogg (identical). Note on back of one: Gov. James S. Hogg, 321 West Ervin, Tyler, Tex. Also note in Miss Ima's handwriting as follows: Atty. Genrl. 1889. Sent by Edith Yarbrough, 321 West Ervin, Tyler, Texas., 1889
James Stephen Hogg with group on porch. Following note on back: Brownwood, May 1st 1890., 1890-05-01
Photograph of James Stephen Hogg being sworn in as Governor. No date, but probably 1891. This photo sent by Ruth Johnson, 1213 West 6th St., Austin, Texas., circa 1891
James Stephen Hogg with group aboard S.S. Lampasas. Following note on front: J. S. Hogg, Pres. Harrison, Gen'l. Rusk and Citizens of Galveston - Steam Ship Lampasas - April 18th 1891., 1891-04-18
Closeup of James Stephen Hogg, taken from above photograph aboard S. S. Lampasas., April 18, 1891
James Stephen Hogg and group In Camp, at Austin, July 21, 1891. Following names on front: Col. R. J. House; Genl. W. H. Mabry; Gen'l. A. S. Roberts; J. S. Hogg; Gen'l. D. S. Stanley; Genl. L. M. Openheimer., 1891-07-21
James Stephen Hogg and group. Probably in Camp at Austin, July, 1891. Looks like about same time and group as above., [1891-07]
James Stephen Hogg and group (including Miss Ima Hogg). Probably in Camp at Austin, July 1891. Looks like about same time and group as above pictures. Miss Ima identified some of these men on back of picture; and also has following note: Picture given by Gen. Oppenheimer to Mrs. Belcher and given me Nov. 28, '26., 1891-07
James Stephen Hogg and General Wheaton (in carriage). Following note on front: J. S. Hogg and Gen'l Wheaton. Encampment at Austin 1893., 1893
James Stephen Hogg and group, on horseback. Note on back: Encampment at Austin, Texas Militia. J. S. Hogg administration. (Probably same time as above photo), circa 1893
Photograph of James Stephen Hogg made by Marks of Austin, Texas. Dated 1893 on back., 1893
Post Card Photograph of James Stephen Hogg. No date. Following note by W. C. Hogg on back: J. S. Hogg as inaugurated. Before he left the Gov's Office he was clean shaven - remained so, as big picture., undated
James Stephen Hogg with large group at Waco Cotton Palace, 1894. Following note by Miss Ima on back: At the Waco Cotton Palace 1894. St. Louis Board of Trade and a few Texians. Ex. Gov. Hubbard, Judge Clark, J. S. Hogg, Senator Coke, Lieut. Gov. George Jester., 1894
James Stephen Hogg with Mrs. Hogg and three children (framed photograph). No date, but this is probably 1890 or 1891. [Frame removed 5/13/1986], circa 1890-circa 1891
James Stephen Hogg, from Attorney General, 1889, photograph of picture in Harper's Monthly, Nov. 1890, p. 897., 1889
Photograph of James Stephen Hogg from a portrait by Robert Joy (Geopath Studio 3/24/54)., 1854-03-24
Photograph of Will C. Hogg (see folder # 4)., undated
Photograph of James S. Hogg, undated
Folder No. 2
Hogg, James Stephen
Photographs - 3 photos of Governor Hogg, 1890, 1893, 1902
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3T248/3T249 [SRH1230021873] Folder No. 3
General
Photographs: Governor Hogg individually and in groups. From 1894 on.
Photographs: Hogg homes at Quitman, Mineola and Tyler.
Photographs: Stinson home at Speer, Texas
Photographs: Governor Hogg individually and in groups. From 1894 on.Photographs: Hogg homes at Quitman, Mineola and Tyler. Photographs: Stinson home at Speer, Texas, [1894]
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  1. James Stephen Hogg in group with three other men (unidentified). Dated Dec. 24, or 29, 1897.
  2. James Stephen Hogg with William Jennings Bryan. Note on back by Miss Ima: Wm. Jennings Bryan and J. S. Hogg on porch of Hogg residence in Austin, 19th St. and Rio Grande. 1897?
  3. James Stephen Hogg in buggy. Following note by Miss Ima on back: J. S. Hogg driving a favorite white horse "Joe" in front of home on 19th St. 1897?
  4. James Stephen Hogg in front of Austin home. Following note on back by Miss Ima: Austin home 19 & Rio Grande, 1897-98-99? Martha Francis Hogg Davis in background.
  5. James Stephen Hogg with Judge Maxey and Judge Gaines. Following note by Miss Ima on back: Trip into Canada through St. Lawrence river and Thousand Islands - 1898?
  6. James Stephen Hogg with Mrs. W. B. (Judge) Maxey. Following note by Miss Ima on back: J. S. Hogg on St. Lawrence River with Mrs. W. B. (Judge) Maxey 1898?
  7. James Stephen Hogg with group of Mexicans. Note on back by Governor Hogg: J. S. Hogg Mexico - March -98.
  8. Photographs of James Stephen Hogg, John H. Reagan, and C. A. Culberson, bradded together. Date on back of Culberson's photo, July 14, 1898. Photograph of Governor Hogg was made in 1901.
  9. James Stephen Hogg and Leon Blum. Following note on back: J. S. Hogg and Leon Blum Taken by Miss Mattie Downs of Temple, Texas, at Soda Springs, Manitou, Friday, August 4, 1899.
  10. James Stephen Hogg and Capt. Cody. Following note on front: Capt Cody - J. S. Hogg, Art Gallery of Chicago American, Sept., 27, 1900.
  11. James Stephen Hogg taken in 1901. Following note on front: From this his picture for the Capitol Hall at Austin, Texas. 50 years.
  12. James Stephen Hogg on steps of Hot Wells Hotel. Following note on front: Hot Wells Hotel, Oct. 1902.
  13. James Stephen Hogg with group on horseback. Following note by Miss Ima on back: Picture ready for hunting - Wm. Jennings Bryan, J. S. Hogg, Cullen Thomas 1897? [& newspaper clipping]
  14. Original photograph and two (2) copies of James Stephen Hogg on U.S. Transport enroute to Honolulu. Following note on back of one copy, by Miss Ima: On U.S. Transport enroute to Honolulu Official party for the raising of the flag. Gen. Chas. King (novelist and officer) J. S. Hogg and Gen. Merriam. 1898.
  15. Small original photograph of James Stephen Hogg, Gen. Chas. King and Gen. Merriam aboard U.S. Transport enroute to Honolulu, 1898.
  16. Small original photograph, and two (2) copies of James Stephen Hogg and party aboard U.S. Transport enroute to Honolulu, 1898. (Including Miss Ima on extreme left)
  17. James Stephen Hogg feeding ostriches in back yard of home on 19th St. Austin. Taken by B. B. Perkins of Rusk, Texas, 1901. Three small boys in background unidentified, but are probably the Hogg children.
  18. One (1) negative, and five (5) original photographs of James Stephen Hogg with group on wagon (names are given on photograph), entitled by J.S.H., "A Mountain Ride in Arkansaw!" (See his story on back of one of the photographs. Taken in Hot Springs, Ark., April 20, 1903.
  19. One original photograph of James Stephen Hogg with same group as above, taken in front of cabin, Hot Springs, Ark., April 20, 1903.
  20. James Stephen Hogg and W. A. (Farmer) Shaw. No date.
  21. James Stephen Hogg, Miss Ima Hogg, Rowena Lee, and Mr. Lee on Board Walk, Atlantic City. No date.
  22. James Stephen Hogg with group. Note on back by Miss Ima, as follows: T. N. Jones,? Gaston o Dallas, J. S. Hogg, T. M. Campbell, Receiver, Gould of I and G.N. No date. (Clean shaven)
  23. James Stephen Hogg, made by Journeay, Austin, Texas. No date. [1893]
  24. James Stephen Hogg with class of girls at State Teacher's College. No date
  25. James Stephen Hogg (full length) taken by Drow of San Antonio. No date.
  26. James Stephen Hogg (same photo as above), in Mexican frame. No date
  27. Two (2) photographs of James Stephen Hogg funeral.
  28. Photographs of Hogg home at Quitman, Texas Photographs of Hogg home at Mineola, Texas Photographs of Hogg home at Tyler, Texas
  29. Three (3) photographs of Stinson home at Speer, Texas.
  30. Envelope of various snapshots of James Stephen Hogg and family, labeled by Miss Ima "Mostly Varner."
James Stephen Hogg in group with three other men (unidentified). Dated Dec. 24, or 29, 1897., 1897-12-24-1897-12-29
James Stephen Hogg with William Jennings Bryan. Note on back by Miss Ima: Wm. Jennings Bryan and J. S. Hogg on porch of Hogg residence in Austin, 19th St. and Rio Grande. 1897?, circa 1897
James Stephen Hogg in buggy. Following note by Miss Ima on back: J. S. Hogg driving a favorite white horse "Joe" in front of home on 19th St. 1897?, circa 1897
James Stephen Hogg in front of Austin home. Following note on back by Miss Ima: Austin home 19 & Rio Grande, 1897-98-99? Martha Francis Hogg Davis in background., circa 1897-circa 1899
James Stephen Hogg with Judge Maxey and Judge Gaines. Following note by Miss Ima on back: Trip into Canada through St. Lawrence river and Thousand Islands - 1898, 1898
James Stephen Hogg with Mrs. W. B. (Judge) Maxey. Following note by Miss Ima on back: J. S. Hogg on St. Lawrence River with Mrs. W. B. (Judge) Maxey 1898?, circa 1898
James Stephen Hogg with group of Mexicans. Note on back by Governor Hogg: J. S. Hogg Mexico - March -98., 1898
Photographs of James Stephen Hogg, John H. Reagan, and C. A. Culberson, bradded together. Date on back of Culberson's photo, July 14, 1898. Photograph of Governor Hogg was made in 1901., 1898
James Stephen Hogg and Leon Blum. Following note on back: J. S. Hogg and Leon Blum Taken by Miss Mattie Downs of Temple, Texas, at Soda Springs, Manitou, Friday, August 4, 1899., 1899-08-04
James Stephen Hogg and Capt. Cody. Following note on front: Capt Cody - J. S. Hogg, Art Gallery of Chicago American, Sept., 27, 1900, 1900-09-27
James Stephen Hogg taken in 1901. Following note on front: From this his picture for the Capitol Hall at Austin, Texas. 50 years., 1901
James Stephen Hogg on steps of Hot Wells Hotel. Following note on front: Hot Wells Hotel, Oct. 1902., 1902-10
James Stephen Hogg with group on horseback. Following note by Miss Ima on back: Picture ready for hunting - Wm. Jennings Bryan, J. S. Hogg, Cullen Thomas 1897? [& newspaper clipping], circa 1897
Original photograph and two (2) copies of James Stephen Hogg on U.S. Transport enroute to Honolulu. Following note on back of one copy, by Miss Ima: On U.S. Transport enroute to Honolulu Official party for the raising of the flag. Gen. Chas. King (novelist and officer) J. S. Hogg and Gen. Merriam. 1898., 1898
Small original photograph of James Stephen Hogg, Gen. Chas. King and Gen. Merriam aboard U.S. Transport enroute to Honolulu, 1898., 1898
Small original photograph, and two (2) copies of James Stephen Hogg and party aboard U.S. Transport enroute to Honolulu, 1898. (Including Miss Ima on extreme left), 1898
James Stephen Hogg feeding ostriches in back yard of home on 19th St. Austin. Taken by B. B. Perkins of Rusk, Texas, 1901. Three small boys in background unidentified, but are probably the Hogg children., 1901
One (1) negative, and five (5) original photographs of James Stephen Hogg with group on wagon (names are given on photograph), entitled by J.S.H., "A Mountain Ride in Arkansaw!" (See his story on back of one of the photographs. Taken in Hot Springs, Ark., April 20, 1903., 1903-04-20
One original photograph of James Stephen Hogg with same group as above, taken in front of cabin, Hot Springs, Ark., April 20, 1903., 1903-04-20
James Stephen Hogg and W. A. (Farmer) Shaw. No date., undated
James Stephen Hogg, Miss Ima Hogg, Rowena Lee, and Mr. Lee on Board Walk, Atlantic City. No date, undated
James Stephen Hogg with group. Note on back by Miss Ima, as follows: T. N. Jones,? Gaston o Dallas, J. S. Hogg, T. M. Campbell, Receiver, Gould of I and G.N. No date. (Clean shaven), undated
James Stephen Hogg, made by Journeay, Austin, Texas. No date. [1893], circa 1893
James Stephen Hogg with class of girls at State Teacher's College. No date, undated
James Stephen Hogg (full length) taken by Drow of San Antonio. No date., undated
James Stephen Hogg (same photo as above), in Mexican frame. No date, undated
Two (2) photographs of James Stephen Hogg funeral. , undated
Photographs of Hogg home at Quitman, Texas , undated
Photographs of Hogg home at Mineola, Texas, undated
Photographs of Hogg home at Tyler, Texas, undated
Three (3) photographs of Stinson home at Speer, Texas., undated
Envelope of various snapshots of James Stephen Hogg and family, labeled by Miss Ima "Mostly Varner.", undated
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3S134 [SRH1230029542] 31. James, undated
Scope and Contents
  • 31. James
  • 32. Grave.
General
(Oversize)
32. Grave (Oversize), undated
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3T248/3T249 [SRH1230021873] 33. Governor Hogg seated at desk. Added to folder by Charles W. Corkran on 9-17-63., undated
Scope and Contents
  • 33. Governor Hogg seated at desk. Added to folder by Charles W. Corkran on 9-17-63.
Folder No. 4
General
Photographs: Of family of Governor Hogg (including children; father and mother; sisters and brothers; and father-in-law, Col. James A. Stinson)
One folder of unidentified pictures.
Photographs: Of family of Governor Hogg (including children; father and mother; sisters and brothers; and father-in-law, Col. James A. Stinson)One folder of unidentified pictures., undated
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  1. Small photograph of Mrs. J. S. (Sarah Anne Stinson) Hogg as a young girl. Note on back: Sallie Hogg. No date.
  2. Small photograph of Mrs. J. S. Hogg as young girl, made by C. A. Teagarden, Photographer. Note on back: Sarah Anne Hogg. No date. [1871]
  3. Photograph of Mrs. J. S. Hogg made by H. R. Marks, Austin, Texas. No date. Note on front: For Mike.
  4. Photograph of Mrs. J. S. Hogg. No date. Note on front: Mrs. J. S. Hogg of Texas. Note on back: Sallie Hogg.
  5. Tintype of Mrs. J. S. Hogg with her sister. No date.
  6. Photograph of Miss Ima Hogg, made by Martyn Elliott, Austin, Texas. No date.
  7. Photograph of Miss Ima Hogg and brother, W. C. Hogg. No date.
  8. Photograph of W. C. Hogg, Mike Hogg, and Tom Hogg (sons of James Stephen Hogg). No date.
  9. Photograph of Mike Hogg and Tom Hogg, made by Journeay, Austin, Texas. No date. (Note on back: Mike & Tom)
Small photograph of Mrs. J. S. (Sarah Anne Stinson) Hogg as a young girl. Note on back: Sallie Hogg. No date., undated
Small photograph of Mrs. J. S. Hogg as young girl, made by C. A. Teagarden, Photographer. Note on back: Sarah Anne Hogg. No date. [1871], circa 1871
Photograph of Mrs. J. S. Hogg made by H. R. Marks, Austin, Texas. No date. Note on front: For Mike., undated
Photograph of Mrs. J. S. Hogg. No date. Note on front: Mrs. J. S. Hogg of Texas. Note on back: Sallie Hogg., undated
Tintype of Mrs. J. S. Hogg with her sister. No date, undated
Photograph of Miss Ima Hogg, made by Martyn Elliott, Austin, Texas. No date., undated
Photograph of Miss Ima Hogg and brother, W. C. Hogg. No date., undated
Photograph of W. C. Hogg, Mike Hogg, and Tom Hogg (sons of James Stephen Hogg). No date., undated
Photograph of Mike Hogg and Tom Hogg, made by Journeay, Austin, Texas. No date. (Note on back: Mike & Tom), undated
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3S134 [SRH1230029542] 10. Fifteen (15) photographs of W.C. Hogg, from boyhood on, undated
Scope and Contents
  • 10. Fifteen (15) photographs of W. C. Hogg, from boyhood on.
  • 11. Group photograph of W. C. Hogg, Mike Hogg and Raymond Dickson (close friend of family). No date.
General
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11. Group photograph of W. C. Hogg, Mike Hogg and Raymond Dickson (close friend of family). No date. (Oversize), undated
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3T250/3T251 [SRH1230021874] 12. Photograph of Joseph Lewis Hogg (father of James Stephen Hogg). Note on front: Jos. L. Hogg. Ankenman & Co., 818 Congress Ave. Austin, Texas., undated
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  • 12. Photograph of Joseph Lewis Hogg (father of James Stephen Hogg). Note on front: Jos. L. Hogg. Ankenman & Co., 818 Congress Ave. Austin, Texas.
  • 13. Photograph of Mrs. Joseph Lewis (Francis McMath) Hogg (mother of James Stephen Hogg). No date. Note on back by Miss Ima: Mother of J. S. Hogg.
  • 14. Photograph of Mrs. Joseph Lewis Hogg, in book frame. No date.
  • 15. Photograph of John W. Hogg (brother of James Stephen Hogg) made by Chase, 304 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. Note on back: John W. Hogg - Decatur, Texas - taken in Pueblo. Colo., Aug. 30, '97.
  • 16. Photograph of Julia Ann Hogg McDugald-Ferguson (sister of James Stephen Hogg) made by Williams & Lenox, Photographers, Denton, Texas. Note on back by Miss Ima: Julia Hogg McDugald.
  • 17. Full length photograph of Martha Francis Hogg Davis "Aunt Fannie" (sister of James Stephen Hogg) made by T. J. Bruce, Artist, Johnson St., Mineola, Texas. No date. Note by Miss Ima on back: Martha Francis Hogg Davis.
  • 18. Photograph of Martha Francis Hogg Davis. No date. Note on back: Martha Francis Hogg Davis.
  • 19. Photograph of Dr. William B. Davis (son of Martha Francis Hogg Davis). No date.
  • 20. Photograph of Colonel James A. Stinson, made by W. J. Moose, Photographer, Concord, N.C. No date. Note on back by Miss Ima: Col. Jas A. Stinson Father of Sarah Ann Hogg.
  • 21. Folder of five (5) unidentified pictures.
  • 22. Photograph of Joseph Lewis Hogg from a portrait by Huddle.
  • 23. Negatives of Hogg pictures. (23)
13. Photograph of Mrs. Joseph Lewis (Francis McMath) Hogg (mother of James Stephen Hogg). No date. Note on back by Miss Ima: Mother of J. S. Hogg., undated
14. Photograph of Mrs. Joseph Lewis Hogg, in book frame. No date., undated
15. Photograph of John W. Hogg (brother of James Stephen Hogg) made by Chase, 304 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. Note on back: John W. Hogg - Decatur, Texas - taken in Pueblo. Colo., Aug. 30, '97., 1897-08-30
16. Photograph of Julia Ann Hogg McDugald-Ferguson (sister of James Stephen Hogg) made by Williams & Lenox, Photographers, Denton, Texas. Note on back by Miss Ima: Julia Hogg McDugald., undated
17. Full length photograph of Martha Francis Hogg Davis "Aunt Fannie" (sister of James Stephen Hogg) made by T. J. Bruce, Artist, Johnson St., Mineola, Texas. No date. Note by Miss Ima on back: Martha Francis Hogg Davis., undated
18. Photograph of Martha Francis Hogg Davis. No date. Note on back: Martha Francis Hogg Davis., undated
19. Photograph of Dr. William B. Davis (son of Martha Francis Hogg Davis). No date., undated
20. Photograph of Colonel James A. Stinson, made by W. J. Moose, Photographer, Concord, N.C. No date. Note on back by Miss Ima: Col. Jas A. Stinson Father of Sarah Ann Hogg., undated
21. Folder of five (5) unidentified pictures., undated
22. Photograph of Joseph Lewis Hogg from a portrait by Huddle., undated
23. Negatives of Hogg pictures. (23), undated
Folder No. 5
General
Photographs: Of people other than Governor Hogg or family.
Also of places (including State Capitol)
Photographs: Of people other than Governor Hogg or family.Also of places (including State Capitol), undated
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  1. Photograph of General T. J. Jackson. No date. Made by Lee Gallery, 920 Main St., Richmond, Va. Note on back: Compliments of W. W. Davies. To Gov Hogg, Austin, Tex.
  2. Photograph (very dim) with note on front: Taken by Gov. Hogg at Camp D. S. Stanley - July 1891. None on back: Compliments of A Harrison Capt. B.T.A. T.V.G. and labeled by Miss Ima: Mr. Horace Chilton (?)
  3. Photograph of A. W. Terrell, made by Adbullah Freres, Constantinople. Note on front: Dec. 2, 1893.
  4. Photograph of A. W. Terrell, made by Phebus, Constantinople. Note on back: To Gov. Jas S Hogg, with compliments of his friend - A. W. Terrell. Constantinople March 6, '96.
  5. Photograph of A. W. Terrell, made by Bell, Washington, D.C. Note on back: Washington, June 9- 96. To my friend Jas S Hogg - A. W. Terrell.
  6. Photograph of A. W. Terrell, made by Abdullah Freres, Constantinople. No date. Note on back: Deteretriers, a Montenegran Turk (doorkeeper).
  7. Small round photograph of James H. Robertson (law partner of James Stephen Hogg). No date. Note on back: James H. Robertson, Austin, Texas.
  8. Photograph of group of three (3) men (unidentified) made by C. L. Hickson, Portrait and Landscape Photographer,?, Texas. Note on front: Proud Hoggocrats, 1892.
  9. Photograph of Governor Francis of Missouri. No date. Made by Erich Sellin, Berlin. Note on back by Miss Allen: Governor Francis of Missouri, Minister to Berlin. His mother was a Miss Hogg.
  10. Photograph of J. E. Silvey, Cushing, Texas. No date. Note on back: Compliments of J. E. Silvey, Cushing, Tex.
  11. Photograph of W. L. Barker, made by Callaway, San Antonio, Texas. No date. Note on front: Yours truly W. L. Barker.
  12. Photograph of T. S. Maxey, made by Washburn, New Orleans. Note on back: Sincerely Yours T. S. Maxey 1905.
  13. Group photograph of Sam Houston N. Institute, 1890-91, teachers. Names of each are given on front of picture.
  14. Two (2) identical photographs of group of Rangers in camp at San Saba, Texas. No date.
  15. Photograph of Sawnie Robertson, made in Dallas, Texas. No date. Note on back: Sawnie Robertson - The d eare st uncle {I] have. --
  16. Photograph of Sawnie Robertson made by Church, Dallas, Texas. No date. Note on back: Sawnie Robertson.
  17. Photograph of Sawnie Robertson. No date.
  18. Photograph of Professor W. I. McAdory, Professor of School at Bucksville, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, which school James Stephen Hogg attended (1866).
  19. Two (2) photographs of bouquet presented to James Stephen Hogg at State Democratic Convention, Aug. 1890 as he was presented to accept the nomination for Governor. These were made by Ankenson & Co., Austin, Texas. Note by J. S. Hogg on back of one: Dear Mary - Please accept this with my compliments. It is a photograph of a bouquet presented to me by a little Miss Dwyer at the Democratic State Convention August 1890 just as I was presented to accept the nomination for Governor. Your frd. J. S. Hogg.
  20. Photograph of stage set honoring Hogg and Chilton, Hancock Opera House, Austin, Texas. No date. Note on back: Gov. Hogg Compliments of T. J. Harper, Photographer.
  21. Photography of State Capitol. No date. Note on back: For Hon J. S. Hogg - Compliments of C. B. Wheelock.
  22. Photograph of Fort Cook Mineral Springs, from the Croquet Ground. No date. Note on back: from Mrs. Bell Wrightman - Rusk, Texas.
  23. Governor Charles Culberson, 1895-1899.
Photograph of General T. J. Jackson. No date. Made by Lee Gallery, 920 Main St., Richmond, Va. Note on back: Compliments of W. W. Davies. To Gov Hogg, Austin, Tex., undated
Photograph (very dim) with note on front: Taken by Gov. Hogg at Camp D. S. Stanley - July 1891. None on back: Compliments of A Harrison Capt. B.T.A. T.V.G. and labeled by Miss Ima: Mr. Horace Chilton (?), 1891-07
Photograph of A. W. Terrell, made by Adbullah Freres, Constantinople. Note on front: Dec. 2, 1893., 1893-12-02
Photograph of A. W. Terrell, made by Phebus, Constantinople. Note on back: To Gov. Jas S Hogg, with compliments of his friend - A. W. Terrell. Constantinople March 6, '96., 1896-03-06
Photograph of A. W. Terrell, made by Bell, Washington, D.C. Note on back: Washington, June 9- 96. To my friend Jas S Hogg - A. W. Terrell., 1896-09-06
Photograph of A. W. Terrell, made by Abdullah Freres, Constantinople. No date. Note on back: Deteretriers, a Montenegran Turk (doorkeeper)., undated
Small round photograph of James H. Robertson (law partner of James Stephen Hogg). No date. Note on back: James H. Robertson, Austin, Texas., undated
Photograph of group of three (3) men (unidentified) made by C. L. Hickson, Portrait and Landscape Photographer,?, Texas. Note on front: Proud Hoggocrats, 1892., 1892
Photograph of Governor Francis of Missouri. No date. Made by Erich Sellin, Berlin. Note on back by Miss Allen: Governor Francis of Missouri, Minister to Berlin. His mother was a Miss Hogg., undated
Photograph of J. E. Silvey, Cushing, Texas. No date. Note on back: Compliments of J. E. Silvey, Cushing, Tex., undated
Photograph of W. L. Barker, made by Callaway, San Antonio, Texas. No date. Note on front: Yours truly W. L. Barker., undated
Photograph of T. S. Maxey, made by Washburn, New Orleans. Note on back: Sincerely Yours T. S. Maxey 1905., 1905
Group photograph of Sam Houston N. Institute, 1890-91, teachers. Names of each are given on front of picture., 1890-1891
Two (2) identical photographs of group of Rangers in camp at San Saba, Texas. No date., undated
Photograph of Sawnie Robertson, made in Dallas, Texas. No date. Note on back: Sawnie Robertson - The dearest uncle {I] have. --, undated
Photograph of Sawnie Robertson made by Church, Dallas, Texas. No date. Note on back: Sawnie Robertson., undated
Photograph of Sawnie Robertson. No date., undated
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3T250/3T251 [SRH1230021874] Photograph of Professor W. I. McAdory, Professor of School at Bucksville, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, which school James Stephen Hogg attended (1866)., 1866
Two (2) photographs of bouquet presented to James Stephen Hogg at State Democratic Convention, Aug. 1890 as he was presented to accept the nomination for Governor. These were made by Ankenson & Co., Austin, Texas. Note by J. S. Hogg on back of one: Dear Mary - Please accept this with my compliments. It is a photograph of a bouquet presented to me by a little Miss Dwyer at the Democratic State Convention August 1890 just as I was presented to accept the nomination for Governor. Your frd. J. S. Hogg., 1890-08
Photograph of stage set honoring Hogg and Chilton, Hancock Opera House, Austin, Texas. No date. Note on back: Gov. Hogg Compliments of T. J. Harper, Photographer., undated
Photography of State Capitol. No date. Note on back: For Hon J. S. Hogg - Compliments of C. B. Wheelock., undated
Photograph of Fort Cook Mineral Springs, from the Croquet Ground. No date. Note on back: from Mrs. Bell Wrightman - Rusk, Texas., undated
Governor Charles Culberson, 1895-1899., 1895-1899
Photographs related to J. S. Hogg and Ima Hogg
Cartoons
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3S134 [SRH1230029542] Oversize Photographs
Folder #3, nos. 31 & 32
Folder #4, nos. 10 & 11
Folder #6, photograph of F. R. Lubbock, O. M. Roberts, L. W. Ross, J. S. Hogg, January 1, 1891
Folder #7, photograph of John H. Reagan
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3S180 [SRH1230021894] Design used on J. S. Hogg memorial plate
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OD1313 Large mounted albumen print, "Texas tourist, New York, June 26, 1894." Prince photographer.

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XXI. Maps

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2.325/OD31 Map Collection

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XXII. Robert C. Cotner Transcripts

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3X103 [02269142] Hogg letter transcripts, 1891, 1897
Letterpress transcripts, 1a, 2, 3, 18
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3X104 [02268048] Hogg letter transcripts, 1891, 1897
Law book inventory transcripts, 1886
Letterpress transcripts, 15, 17a
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3X105 [02269153] Hogg letter transcripts, 1891-1893
Letterpress transcripts, 9, 12
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3X106 [02269109] Hogg letter transcripts, 1891-1903
Letterpress transcripts, 6, 23
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3X107 [02268059] Hogg letter transcripts, 1890-1893
Letterpress transcripts, 16
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3X108 [02268875] Hogg letter transcripts, 1891-1894
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3X109 [02267963] Hogg letter transcripts, 1890-1894
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3X110 [02268092] Hogg letter transcripts, 1891-1893
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3X111 [02268026] Hogg letter transcripts, 1893-1894
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3X112 [02268060] Hogg letter transcripts, 1893-1894
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3X113 [02269110] Hogg letter transcripts, 1892-1905
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3X114 [02268070] Hogg letter transcripts, 1892
Letterpress transcripts, 13a
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3X115 [02268106] Hogg letter transcripts, 1892-1893
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3X116 [02268081] Hogg letter transcripts, 1890-1894
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3X117 [02268037] Hogg letter transcripts, 1892-1893

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