Fonds AM115 - Catherine C. Hodgson fonds

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Catherine C. Hodgson fonds

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  • 0.2 m of textual records
  • ca. 120 photographs

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Catherine Hodgson was a native of Woodgreen, London, England. Her father was the Reverend W. Lashley Hall, who came to Canada in 1892 and took up the pastorate of the Methodist church at Kaslo, B.C., in 1893. Hodgson was educated at Columbia College (Methodist) in New Westminster and St. Luke's Hospital (Anglican) in Vancouver. She married Fred William Haggman in 1909; following the death of her husband in 1948 she married J.P. Hodgson. Catherine Hodgson was a writer and was active in community and church affairs.

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The fonds consists of photographs; the correspondence of Reverend W. Lashley Hall, F.W. Haggman and Catherine Hodgson; Hodgson's poetry; and miscellaneous pamphlets related to church activities and other matters.

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Presented by Catherine Hodgson in 1964.


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