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Hugh Leslie Hodgson collection

Hugh Leslie Hodgson collection

Descriptive Summary

Title: Hugh Leslie Hodgson collection
Creator: Hodgson, Hugh
Inclusive Dates: 1906-1970
Language(s): English
Extent: 3.4 Linear Feet 3 oversized boxes
Collection Number: ms2957
Repository: University of Georgia Archives

Collection Description

Historical Note

Hugh Leslie Hodgson (1893-1969) was the son of John Marchall and Isabella Turner Hodgson of Athens, Georgia, and married Katherine Blake of Texas in 1916. Hodgson studied piano four years with Madame Varette Ter Stepanoff in Berlin, organ & composition under Rubin and Carl Goldmark, N.Y., and was a graduate of the University of Georgia. He was director of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Atlanta 1928-1969, director of music at the Lucy Cobb Institute, and professor of music and head of the Department of Music at the University of Georgia, 1928-1960.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of five scrapbooks containing programs, clippings, information on Hodgson's career, photos, and family information. Also included are a practice notebook from Berlin, a couple of magazine covers, and some programs.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Hugh Leslie Hodgson collection, ms2957, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2010 January 28.

Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Clippings (information artifacts)
Hodgson, Hugh
Hodgson, Hugh -- Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc.
Hodgson, Hugh -- Photographs
Music teachers -- Georgia.
Musicians -- Georgia.
Programs (documents)
Programs -- Georgia.
University of Georgia -- Faculty

Related Collections in this Repository

Related materials available in the following collections of this repository: Hugh Hodgson memorabilia collection, ms777; Hugh Hodgson papers, UA0016

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

1Scrapbook # 1, 1906-1908
recitals, on American Line, info on Berlin studies, NY and other activities-clippings and programs
1Scrapbook # 2, 1908
programs & clippings pasted in design book
1Hodgson practice notebook from Berlin
note on verso of front cover from Mde Stepanoff
1ALS Annie M. Winn to Cousin Belle, Savannah, 1921 March 20 (2 pgs)
1Philine-music drams in 3 acts by Hugh L Hodgson, text by Martha R Little
2Scrapbook # 2, 1908
small book with programs & clippings pasted in design book
2Scrapbook # 3-"My service for Uncle Sam' on front cover-covers, 1940-1969
2Description of E.R. Hodgson home verso of front cover
2Hodgson now head of Department of Music at UGA
2Information about dedication of window at St. Luke's, 1961
2Scrapbook # 4, 1928-1948
Photos, family information
2Cover of Musical Courier, 1934 March 3
with Tito Schipa photo
2Program-L'Italiana in Algeri' on front
2Program-Richter, 1970
2Symphony Magazine, 1969 October
2Contemporary Art of the U.S exhibit at IBM Gallery, 1940
Lamar Dodd's 'View of Athens' in Ga section
3Scrapbook # 5
family and personal information