Arthur R. Hogan

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Title:
Arthur R. Hogan
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Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Hogan, Arthur R.
Barber, Kelley
Publisher:
Arthur R. Hogan
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Abstract:
Arthur R. Hogan was born in 1895 in McCoy, Florida, and served as a corporal in the 106th Engineering Corp . during World War I. After the war, he suffered from unspecified war trauma and was a ward of his parents. Records indicate he was institutionalized from 1923 to 1931 at the U.S. Veterans Hospital, a neuropsychiatric hospital in Augusta, Georgia. A small set of papers at the University of Florida Library documents his service. Digitized examples include his identification card, letters to his parents from Veterans Hospital No. 62, and entries from his father's account book that include travel expenses to visit him:
General Note:
Finding aid, description, and digitization by Kelly Barber.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Applicable rights reserved.
System ID:
AA00013505:00001

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H o gan Family Papers: Arthur R Hogan



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H o gan Family Papers: Arthur R Hogan



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H o gan Family Papers: Arthur R Hogan



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H o gan Family Papers: W.J. Hogan Time Book of W.J. Hogan, Arthur s father, recording projects in his construction business in Ocala, Florida, with notations on costs of tr avel to see his son in hospital My ticket from Ocal a to Augusta was $14.45 Breakfast at Jak $ 50 Super + Bed at Augusta $1.40 etc.

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H o gan Family Papers: W.J. Hogan Brantley Swearingen owes WJ Hogan for time on His House to date for the Following article, etc.



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H o gan Family Papers: Arthur R Hogan World War I induction and discharge record for Arthur R. Hogan. From Florida Memory at the State of Florida Archives.



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H o gan Family Papers: Arthur R Hogan