Harland E. Hogue, 1908-1999, was professor of homiletics and church history at the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA.
His oral history interviews discuss his life, career, experiences, people, and general observations at PSR beginning in 1954.
The interviews also include his experiences as a student at the San Francisco Theological Seminary, as a proferssor at the
founding of the Graduate Theological Union, and his review of seminary education in the 20th century.
Harland E. Hogue, 1908-1999, was Carl Patton Professor of Homiletics at the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA, from
1954 to 1975 and served as chair of the doctoral faculty at Graduate Theological Union in the fields of History and Worship,
Preaching and the Arts. A highly respected scholar in American church history, he was also well known as an outstanding preacher.
.5 linear feet (1 5 inch box);
8 audio files
Copyright of oral history assigned to the Graduate Theological Union. Copyright of other audio cassettes has not been assigned
to the Graduate Theological Union.
Collection is open for research.