Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Lawyers--Montana. Montana. Secretary of State. Legislators--Montana. Petroleum industry. Hogan, Kathryn Donovan. Hogan, Katherine A. Donovan
See Montana, Its History and Biography by Stout. Born in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin on December 23, 1869. A leading attorney in Billings. Married Kathryn (or Katherine A.) Donovan Hogan in 1894. Four children; Ralph, Emmett V. Mary T. and T. Fritz. Elected Montana Secretary of State in 1896. Photo of the populist candidate in 1900 - See Clark's Heelers Unable to Deliver, Anaconda Standard, September 22, 1900, p.1. Candidate for Governor in 1900 - See Independent Democrats Nominate Thomas S. Hogan, Anaconda Standard, October 3, 1900, p1. State Senator Hogan ran against Frank Connelly in 1916 - See Connelly Versus Hogan in Yellowstone, Helena Independent, October 20, 1918. Built a 12 story building in Midland, Texas in 1929. He died on September 25, 1957 in Los Angeles, California and is buried in El Paso, Texas. Elected to Petroleum Museum Hall of Fame - See Former Lubbock Oil Pioneer, Avalanche Journal, June 15, 1969.
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See Montana, Its History and Biography by Stout. See Clark's Heelers Unable to Deliver, Anaconda Standard, September 22, 1900, p.1. See Independent Democrats Nominate Thomas S. Hogan, Anaconda Standard, October 3, 1900, p1. See Connelly Versus Hogan in Yellowstone, Helena Independent, October 20, 1918. See Former Lubbock Oil Pioneer, Avalanche Journal, June 15, 1969.
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