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Hogg, Lucy Jane Augusta



Lucy Hogg was originally from Tasmania, and was a teacher before her marriage. She was, for 25 years (1916-1941), president of the Hospital Lady Visitors' Association.

Her husband, Evelyn Hogg, was senior mathematics master at Christ's College from 1903-1928. At first the family lived at the College (the 1905 diary has Christ's College written on the cover), but subsequently moved to Cashmere.

Their elder daughter, Lucy Granville, was headmistress of Woodford House, Hastings, from 1948-1963.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Lucy Jane Augusta Hogg papers

Identifier: Arch 0302
Scope and Contents

The diaries of Lucy Jane Augusta Hogg briefly record social, family and school events, letters written and received, and financial matters.

The 1903 diary contains an Australian shipboard menu, 1900, under Lucy Hogg's maiden name, Miss Hudspeth.

Also included is a volume of mathematical jottings, and 2 volumes of press cuttings of articles on astronomy written by Lucy's husband, Evelyn Hogg, for The Press. Other astronomical papers are also included.

Dates: 1903-1951