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Charles E. Hatch Papers
- 1916 -- 1977
- Majority of material found within circa 1920s -- 1940s
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Charles Elliott Hatch was born in Isleboro, Maine on November 17, 1892 to Alfred Porter Hatch and Sarah E. (Pendleton) Hatch. Upon graduating from Ilseboro High School (1911), Hatch attended Tufts Dental School, graduating in 1916. Hatch married Elise Turpyn December 20, 1919 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with whom he had one daughter, Odette Eloise Hatch, born on July 29, 1928.
From 1918–1928, Hatch was a First Lieutenant in the Dental Reserve Corps. From 1941-1946, Hatch was a Professor and Chairman of the Illinois College of Dentistry. Hatch was Chief of Clinic at the Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children from 1949-1958 and its Acting Director from 1955-1956. He received the Distinguished Service Award of the Tufts Alumni Association in 1956.
Hatch died in Plymouth, Massachusetts on October 24, 1976.
2.55 Linear Feet (2 legal size document boxes and 1 oversize box)
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