Henry Hotchener

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Henry Hotchener

Henry Hotchener was an American member of the Theosophical Society in America. He is best known as the husband of Marie Russak Hotchener and co-editor with her of World Theosophy.

He first met Alexander Fullerton in June, 1900, and that encounter started his interest in Theosophy.[1] That same year he met New York Theosophist Arthur Jacoby, beginning a lifelong friendship and correspondence. Other close friends included Dr. George DeHoff of Baltimore and Charles Luntz of St. Louis.

Resources

  • Extensive correspondence with Arthur Jacoby. Arthur Jacoby Papers. Records Series 25.18. Theosophical Society in America Archives.

Notes

  1. Henry Hotchener letter to Arthur Jacoby. June 9, 1950. Arthur Jacoby Papers. Records Series 25.18. Theosophical Society in America Archives.