Hogan, born 1891, entered the Society in 1908. Receiving the usualeducation in the U.S., he was ordained in 1923, then obtained an S.T.D. atGregorian Univ., Rome, in 1924 and a Ph.D. at Cambridge Univ. in 1927. Hetaught at Boston College, served as dean of the Jesuit Classical College atPoughkeepsie, and was president of Fordham, 1930-1936. Then until 1941 hewas Dean of the Graduate School at Georgetown after which ill health causedhis reappointment to less demanding duties. He died in 1943.
Hogan's specialty throughout was education, English, and classics. He wrote widely on the first, some on the second, and followed the third with interest. Education in particular, along with more general sermons, speeches, and lectures, is well represented in these papers.
BULK DATES: 1920 - 1943
SPAN DATES: 1909 - 1943
EXTENT: 4 boxes