Provenance Miss Ima Hogg; Estate of Miss Ima Hogg, ; given to MFAH, Exhibition History "American Traditions: Quilts and Coverlets ," The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Octo - April 7, "Miss Ima's Quilts," The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, Octo –January 7, Inscriptions, Signatures and Marks. Most Hogg Foundation grants are awarded through a competitive request for proposals. Texas-based nonprofit (c)(3) organizations are eligible to apply for most grants, including universities, state and local government agencies, and mental health, social service, and . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ima Hogg: The Governor's Daughter by Virginia Bernhard (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Buy Ima Hogg: The Governor's Daughter by Scott Lubeck (Editor), Virginia Bernhard online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
Publisher: Texas Monthly Press in Austin, Tex
Written in English
- Hogg, Ima.,
- Art patrons -- Texas -- Biography.,
- Children of governors -- Texas -- Biography.
|Statement||by Virginia Bernhard.|
|LC Classifications||N5220.H62 B4 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 144 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||83024266|
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HOGG, IMA (–). Ima Hogg, philanthropist and patron of the arts, daughter of Sarah Ann (Stinson) and Governor James Stephen Hogg, was born in Mineola, Texas, on J She had three brothers, William Clifford Hogg, born in ; Michael, born in ; and Thomas Elisha Hogg, born in According to family history, Ima was named for the heroine of a Civil War poem written.
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Portrait of James S. Hogg and his family (Miss Ima at left), ca. James Stephen Hogg Papers: Ima Hogg (), daughter of Texas governor James Stephen Hogg, attended the University of Texas, where she developed lifelong interests in education, psychology, politics, music, and art. Rienzi and Bayou Bend History Book Club view slideshow.
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Ima Hogg: The Extraordinary Cultural. James Stephen Hogg was the first native-born governor of Texas (). He had three sons, and his wife gave birth to their only daughter, Ima, in Click for Order Form: Miss Ima Hogg Sales Form The Republic of Texas History Center Help the Daughters build the Republic of Texas History Center by making a One-time or Recurring donation today.
SUMMARY: Progressive former governor James Stephen Hogg moved his business headquarters to Houston in For seven decades, his children Will, Ima, and Mike Hogg used their political ties, social position, and family fortune to improve the lives of fellow Houstonians.
Ima Hogg (), philanthropist and patron of the arts, daughter of Sarah Ann (Stinson) and Governor James Stephen Hogg, was born in Mineola, Texas, on J She had three brothers, William Clifford Hogg, born in ; Michael, born in ; and Thomas Elisha Hogg, born in Ima was named for the heroine of a Civil War poem written by her uncle Thomas Elisha and was.
Associated Press (Aug ), "Texas's Ima Hogg, Philanthropist", New York Times, pp. pg 38 "Ima Hogg, a philanthropist who preserved many treasures for Texas, died yesterday in a hospital in London, where she had been vacationing.
She was 93 years old. Miss Hogg fell while getting into a taxi several days ago.". Ima Hogg: The Extraordinary Cultural Patron Behind the Unusual Name, by David B. Warren You likely have heard tales that a 19th century Texas governor, James Stephen Hogg.Ima Hogg, ca.
Ima Hogg (J – Aug ), known as "The First Lady of Texas",  was an American society leader, philanthropist, patron and collector of the arts, and one of the most respected women in Texas during the 20th century.  Hogg was an avid art collector, and owned works by Picasso, Klee, and Matisse, among donated hundreds of pieces of artwork.
They mention Ima Hogg, the Texas hostess, and the fact that she actually had no sister named Ura Hogg. But they fail to point out that Bill Lear, the .