Thomas S. Hogan

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Thomas Stephen Hogan (December 23, 1869 in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin [1] September 25, 1957 in Los Angeles, California) was a politician in Montana.

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin City in Wisconsin, United States

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Career

Hogan unsuccessfully ran for the Montana House of Representatives in 1894. While serving as Montana Secretary of State, he was an independent Democratic candidate for governor of Montana in 1900 [2] after not being selected at the party convention, [3] but lost to Joseph Toole. He was later a member of the Montana Senate from 1910 to 1914.

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He later built the Yucca Theater in Midland, Texas. [4]

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Death

He is buried in El Paso, Texas.

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References

  1. "Thomas Stephen Hogan". Political Graveyard. Retrieved 2011-10-12.
  2. "Thomas S. Hogan". The Anaconda Standard. November 6, 1900. p. 2. Retrieved April 10, 2016 via Newspapers.com. Open Access logo PLoS transparent.svg
  3. "Hogan Made a Great but Losing Fight against the Barrel". The Anaconda Standard. September 22, 1900. p. 1. Retrieved April 11, 2016 via Newspapers.com. Open Access logo PLoS transparent.svg
  4. Midland: Yucca Theatre- Retrieved 2019-02-12.