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E. Stanton Hodgin scrapbook

 Collection — Box: 1, Item: 1
Identifier: MS-187

Content Description

This collection consists of a scrapbook of news articles and sermons of E. Stanton Hodgin, primarily from his time as a Unitarian minister in Montana and California.


  • Creation: 1900 - 1920


Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research without restriction. Researchers are advised to contact the Archives and Special Collections prior to visiting. Advance notice may be needed to retrieve items for research use.

Conditions Governing Use

Researchers must obtain a signed Permission to Publish Form if they wish to reproduce, broadcast, or otherwise disseminate information from published and unpublished works held by ASC. Permission to reproduce, broadcast, or otherwise disseminate information materials from ASC does not constitute permission from the holder of copyright or literary rights. The researcher is responsible for securing permission from the copyright holder to publish or reproduce content from materials found in the collections.

Biographical / Historical

Edwin Stanton Hodgin was born in Vermillion, South Dakota on January 15, 1868 to Daniel and Tamar Hodgin. He graduated from the University of South Dakota in 1893, Meadville Theological School in 1898 and was given a Doctor of Divinity from Meadville College. He was married twice, to Clara Bicknell from 1901-1905 and Ida Woodworth in 1908. He was a minister in Unitarian churches in Humboldt, Iowa, Helena, Montana, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Los Angeles, California and New Bedford, Massachusetts. He died July 16, 1956.


.05 Linear Feet (1 document box)

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Related Materials

Additional material related to E. Stanton Hodgin can be found in the Cedric Cummins papers (MS 044) at the University of South Dakota.

E. Stanton Hodgin scrapbook
Lisa Duncan
2017 April
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Repository Details

Part of the USD Archives and Special Collections Repository