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Charles Beecher Hogan papers relating to Jane Austen

Call Number: GEN MSS 413


Correspondence, miscellaneous notes on Austen books, and other papers relating to Hogan's collector's interest in Jane Austen. Correspondents include David Gilson, R.W. Chapman, R. Brimley Johnson, Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh, Louis Ledoux, and the Jane Austen Society. The letters from David Gilson discuss bibliographical matters relating to Jane Austen.


  • 1914 - 1978


Conditions Governing Access

Collection open for research.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Bequest of Charles Beecher Hogan (Yale 1928), 1993


0.40 Linear Feet (1 box)

Language of Materials


Catalog Record

A record for this collection is available in Orbis, the Yale University Library catalog

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Biographical / Historical

Charles Beecher Hogan, Yale 1928, instructor and lecturer of English at Yale, collector of Jane Austen material.

Processing Information

This collection incorporates material formerly classed as GEN MSS FILE 73, GEN MSS MISC 2635, and YCAL MSS MISC 201.

Guide to the Charles Beecher Hogan papers relating to Jane Austen
Beinecke staff
2022 August
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Revision Statements

  • 2022-08-12: Collection guide created from print container list, which is housed in box 1

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