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Ima Hogg Bibliography

(updated: August 2007)

 

Primary Sources - Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Robert Crawford Cotner Papers, 1767–1981.

Ima Hogg Papers, 1824–1977.

Ima Hogg Photographs, 1830–1977. 1300 (estimated) photoprints; 42 slides; 1 film reel; 4 albums

James Stephen Hogg Papers, 1836–1969.

William Clifford Hogg Papers, 1897–1932.

James W. McClendon Papers 1873–1951, 1965.

Oral History of the Texas Oil Industry, 1952–1958.

Robert L. Sutherland Papers, 1937–1973.

Dudley Kezer Jr. Woodward Papers, 1930–1956.

In other collections

Accessions Files.  Bayou Bend, Houston, Texas.

Miscellaneous Papers.  Bayou Bend Archives.

Ima Hogg Interview, 1974. Tape recording, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Oral History Collection.

Books

Barnstone, Howard.  The Architecture of John F. Staub:  Houston and the South.  Austin, Texas:  University of Texas Press, 1979.  (John Staub was the architect of Bayou Bend)

Bernhard, Virginia.  Ima Hogg:  The Governor's Daughter.  Austin:  Texas Monthly Press, 1974.

Fuermann, George.  Houston:  Land of the Big Rich.  Garden City, New York:  Doubleday, 1951.

Iscoe, Louise Kosches.  Ima Hogg, First Lady of Texas:  Reminiscences and Recollections of Family and Friends.  Austin:  Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, c1976.

Lewis, W. Barlow.  A Case Study of the Preservation of the Winedale Inn Properties.  College of Architecture and Environmental Design:  Texas A & M University, August, 1971.

Neeley, Gwendolyn Cone.  Miss Ima and the Hogg Family.  Dallas:  Hendrick–Long Publishing Co., c1992.

Victor, Dorothy. "A History of Preservation in Texas."  The Texas Historical Preservation Manual.  Austin:  Texas Society of Architects, no date.

Warren, David B.  Bayou Bend:  American Furniture, Paintings, and Silver from the Bayou Bend Collection.  New York:  New York Graphics Society, 1975.

–––. Bayou Bend:  The Interiors and the Gardens.  Houston, Texas:  Museum of Fine Arts, c1988.  

–––, ed.  American Decorative Arts and Paintings in the Bayou Bend Collection.  Houston, Texas: Museum of Fine Arts in association with Princeton University Press,  1998.

Manuscripts

Bell, FAIA, Wayne.  "Carrying the Thought:  The Legacy of Miss Ima at Winedale."  No date.

Bonjean, Charles M and Bernice Milburn Moore.  Miss Ima:  1882–1982 Centennial Celebration.  Austin, Texas:  Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, 1982. Sutherland, Robert L. Interviews with Miss Ima Hogg, May 10–13, 1967. (see bibliography from Bonjean and Moore)

Wulfkuhle, Virginia, Joan Hataway, and Ellen Brown. "Women in the Texas Preservation Movement:  Past, Present, and Future."  1986.

Periodicals

Ashby, Lun.  "No–cost Legacy,"  Houston Post, January 8, 1978, p. 1–B.

Anderson, Helen.  "Miss Ima Hogg Gives Houston Her Historic Dream," Houston Post.  No date (circa March 1966), no page number.  [Bayou Bend].

Barlow, Jim.  "Ima Hogg One of Big Rich, but Uses Her Wealth Well," Houston Chronicle.  January 10, 1971, no page number.

Barnes, Jeanne.  "Society to honor Texas' Ima Hogg," Dallas Morning News. June 25, 1972, p. E–1.

Brightman, Anna.  "The Winedale Stagecoach Inn Near Round Top, Texas,"  Antiques.  Vol. 94, No. 1, July 1968, pp. 96–100.

Cooke Patricia.  "Plantation Days," Texas Highways, Vol. 41, No. 4, pp. 12–13.

Dillard, Katherine.  "The Woman's Angle," Dallas Morning News.  January 2, 1953, p. 1–Part II.

Dixon, Royce.  "Five Inaugural Ima Hogg Historical Achievement Awards to be Presented," On Campus.  April 4, 1988, no page number.  (Volume missing in the Center for American History as of August 1998).

Eubank, Nancy.  "Winedale's Outdoor Museum: Dropping in on the Central Texas of Yesteryear," Lower Colorado River Review.  Vol. 1, No. 4, Fourth Quarter,1976, pp. 15–21, 30.

Ewing, Betty.  "Miss Ima:  Texas’ Grand Lady Never Failed To Amaze Her Friends," Houston Chronicle.  August 24, 1975, Section 8, p. 6.

Eyrich, Claire.  "Ahead of Her Time, and Maybe Ours," Fort Worth Star–Telegram.  July 29, 1984. p. 7–E. 

Heatherly, Van.  "Bayou Bend," Texas Parade.  Vol. 27, No. 10, March 1967, pp. 8–10.

Hoffman, Marilyn. "Ima Hogg—half century of preserving US culture,"  Christian Science Monitor.  July 18, 1972, p. 6.

–––.  "Texan Big on Preservation," Ann Arbor News.  July 29, 1972.

Holmes,  Ann.  "Late Plans for Bayou Bend Museum; Miss Ima Hogg's Gift Evaluated,"  The Houston Chronicle Feature Magazine, March 30, 1958, p. 3.  In Houston Chronicle.  March 30, 1958.

–––.  "Miss Ima Hogg's Dream a Reality; Family Mansion Now a Museum," Houston Chronicle.  March 6, 1966, Section 1, p. 20.

Iscoe, Louise.  "Bayou Bend," Texas Highways.  Vol. 25, No. 3, March 1978, pp. 4–9.

James, D'Arcy.  "The Hogg Family," Texas Parks and Wildlife.  Vol. 32, No. 8, August 1974, pp. 2–10.

Kennedy, Tom.  "Bulk of Miss Ima's Estate to Foundation,"  Houston Post.  No date (circa January 1975), no page number.

"Land Harboring Rare Plants to Bear Miss Hogg's Name," Austin American Statesman.  No date (circa October 1972), no page number.  [Winedale].

Langworthy, David.  "‘Bayou Bend’ in the Country," Houston Chronicle Weekend Preview,  February 15, 1978, pp. 6–7.  In Houston Chronicle, February 15, 1978.

Leslie, Candace.  “Stopping by Old Winedale,”  Texas Magazine.  January 8, 1995, p. 5.  In Houston Chronicle, January 8, 1995.

Mallory, Randy.  "The Hogg Family Legacy," Texas Highways.  Vol. 41, No. 4, April 1994, pp. 4–9.

–––.  "Miss Ima's Oasis,"  Texas Highways.  Vol. 41, No. 4, April 1994, pp. 10–11.

Minick, Ann.  "Authentic Americana Rare Find for Dealer," Houston Post.  September 22,1959, p. 1–Section 2. 

Phelan, Charlotte.  "Miss Ima gives a picnic," Tempo Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 23, June 8, 1969, pp. 26–29.  In Houston Post, June 8,1969. 

Taylor, Lonn.  "Miss Ima Hogg," The Texas Observer.  Vol. 67, No. 17, September 5, 1975, pp. 10–11.

–––.  "The McGregor–Grimm House at Winedale, Texas," Antiques.  Vol. 108, No. 3, September 1975, pp. 515–521.

"University Mourns Miss Ima,"  Alcalde:  The University of Texas at Austin Alumni Magazine.  Vol. 64, No. 2, November–December 1975, pp. 46–47.

Warren, David B.  "Ima Hogg, Collector," Antiques.  Vol. 121, No. 1, January 1982, pp. 228–243.

–––.  "The Empire Style at Bayou Bend:  New Period Rooms in Houston," Antiques.  Vol. 97, No. 1, January 1970, pp. 122–127.

Winchester, Alice.  "Early America in Texas," Antiques.  Vol. 80, No. 3, September 1961, pp. 236–237.

Compiled by:  Ramona Houston
Date:  September 1998


 

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