Henry Hardy Hogan Scrapbook
This scrapbook belonged to Henry Hardy Hogan, 1834-1902, a Pioneer Reno settler and Nevada doctor who arrived in Nevada in 1864. The album of clippings are from the Plaindealer newspaper and contain clippings about Nevada including history of the Reno Civil War veterans, inequality of blacks and whites, a mining story, letter to the state legislature about the location of the Insane Asylum, and poems of and obituary of Hogan and others.
- Hogan, Henry Hardy (Creator, Person)
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Henry Hardy Hogan was a pioneer Reno, Nevada doctor who arrived in Nevada in 1864. Collection contains album of clippings about Nevada including history of the Reno Civil War veterans, inequality of blacks and whites, a mining story, letter to the state legislature about the location of the Insane Asylum, and poems of and obituary of Hogan and others.
Pioneer Reno, Nevada doctor who arrived in Nevada in 1864.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Acquired from an unknown source circa 1965.
- Evangelist Moody's "Idea of a Woman."
- Article on money
- Advertising for John Sutherland, manufacturer and dealer of men's clothing; J. M. McCormick marble and granite works; and various other merchants' advertising
- Article, "History of Reno Civil War veterans is told by Records of G. A. R. Post" with photo of George Warren, last survivor of G. O. M. Mitchell post, organized in 1884, circa 1935-1936
- Letter to the editor of the Reno Gazette concerning editorial from R. M. Dagget about lecture delivered by General Clarke to Reno Lyceum Club, November 7, 1877
- An open letter to the N. Y. "Graphic," 1878
- Letter to the editor titled "Irrepressible Conflict" about inequality of blacks and whites, undated
- Mining story, 1874, "Important to Reno," story concerns the importance of mining to Reno
- Journal "Open letter to the Senate and Assembly concerning the location of Insane Asylum," February 11, 1879
- Letter to William Sharon, 1879
- Carson correspondence, July 14, 1874
- Poems by Dr H. H. Hogan, 1876; 1879; 1890; 1892; 1895; 1898
- Article: "Evils of Land Monopoly 2/14/79 by Dr. H. H. Hogan."
- Various articles by Hogan
- Dr. H. H. Hogan's obituaries, died March 17, 1902, aged 68 years
- Various other obituaries of people related to Hogan
- Articles from "The Medical Brief," 1902
- Article: "The Republican party Bitterly Assailed." Senator Jones and others severely criticized
- "Historic Trees bow to Progress of Busy City." Trees planted by H. H. Hogan. Article in newspaper
- A Guide to the Henry Hardy Hogan Scrapbook
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