Dena Habink-Hogenboom attended Hope College from 1919-1922. The collection consists of assorted papers Hogenboom (nee Habink) while a student. Prior to her marriage in 1928 to Joshua M. Hogenboom, she taught at a mission school in Winnebago, Nebraska. Her Bible courses from this time would later be published in a book titled Contrast and Contest in the Bible. Dena and Joshua M. Hogenboom would go on to serve numerous communities around the United States. The collection consists of drafts and completed academic essays, outlines, and notes, two lesson plans, and assorted clippings of quotes and articles from educational and religious newsletters. There is also an edited draft of her husband Joshua M. Hogenboom’s (Hope College class of 1925) speech labeled as being from the June 17, 1925, commencement exercises at Hope College.
Repository citation: Hope College, "H14-1866. Habink-Hogenboom, Dena (1898-1975). Papers, 1918-1975. 0.50 linear ft." (2020). Collection Registers and Abstracts. Paper 1602.
February 26, 2020.
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