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Leander A Hogie papers

 Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: H2003-053

Content Description

This collection consists of photographs, commencement announcements, musical programs, and World War II ration stamps. Leander A. Hogie was born in 1915 in Astoria, South Dakota to A.J. and Ida Hogie. He graduated from Augustana in 1936. Leander first started teaching at Parker where he organized the first school band before moving to Parkston after just one school year. He was the School Superintendent for the Parkston school from 1942-1948. While in Parkston he supervised the ration booklets for the community during the war. He was a band director in Parker and Parkston, and also directed the choir programs. Ellen Johnston was born in 1919 in Hot Springs. She graduated from Carleton College in 1940 and started teaching in Eureka. She moved to Parkston in 1941 to teach piano, direct vocal groups and accompany musical groups. Leander married Ellen Johnston in 1943. The Hogie's moved to Elkton in 1948 and Leander became the Superintendent of Schools from 1948-1953. He also directed the music program and choir at this school. In 1953 the family moved to Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. Ellen died in 1981 and Leander moved to Sioux Falls where he passed away in 2007.

Acquisition Type


Restrictions Apply



  • 1931-1958


0.5 Cubic Feet


Parkston Commencement & Baccalaureate Service Programs, 1941-1948 Parkston School Programs, 1942-1948 Parkston misc. Parkston photos, (2 folders) 1942-1948 Elkton Play Programs, 1948-1952 Elkton FHA Programs, 1949-1951 Elkton Commencement Programs, 1949-1951, 1953 Elkton Misc. Elkton photographs Brookings High School Commencement programs, 1931-1945 Musical Programs at the Mitchell Corn Palace, 1937-1948 Augustana College Baccalaureate & Commencement Programs, 1938, 1945-46 Augustana College Vikings Days Programs, 1942, 1946, 1950 Augustana College Music Programs, 1945-1958 South Dakota State College misc., 1945-1953 Yankton College Dakota Wesleyan University University of South Dakota Miscellaneous Music Programs, 1943-1957 Basketball Tournament Programs, 1946-1951 South Dakota Education Association, 1944, 1950 Lamp Adjustment Certificates, 1939-1948 World War II Ration Booklets, 1943-1945 Ration Deposit Slips, 1944-1945 FB 34 High School Basketball programs, 1946-1949