Item B001 - Charles Hampden Hobart

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Charles Hampden Hobart

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CA BU BUA994-2003-B001

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3 textile items

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Charles Hampden Hobart (L.S.T. 1914) came from England to Canada to join his brother Vere Edward Hobart (L.S.T. 1911), both of them to study Theology at Bishop's. After ordination he went to Labrador as a missionary, working with the famous Dr. Grenfell. He worked there for three years or so, returning to England on the death of his father. He was born 6 July 1886, died 21 October 1961

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Academic gown, colours cap (won through playing football for Bishop's) and Sherbrooke pennant having belonged to Charles Hampden Hobart, L.S.T. 1914.

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