Papers of Rev John B Logan, 1904-1987, arts student, University of Glasgow, Scotland

Scope and Content

  • Papers relating to the family, including a family tree, various photographs, and records relating to George Logan, the artist-designer 1869-1984
  • Papers relating mainly to Rev Robert Logan 1859-1956
  • Diaries and photographs of Rev John Logan 1914-1927
  • Hutchesons' Grammar School papers 1923-1926
  • Papers of events and places visited by Rev John Logan 1927-1955
  • Various certificates 1922-1933
  • Various correspondence and memorabilia, including many on the effects of the war and Nazis on the church 1914-1961
  • Applications and testimonials 1938-1963
  • Papers relating to the wedding of Rev John Logan 1938-1939
  • Papers concerning Rev John Logan's retirement 1970-1982
  • Publications relating to the church 1912-1965
  • Various maps of Europe 1939-1944

Administrative / Biographical History

John B Logan was born in 1904  , and was the eldest son of Rev Robert Logan, who was a student at the University of Glasgow , 1879-1883  , in the Arts Faculty. John B Logan attended Hutchesons' Grammar School in Glasgow and then went on to study Arts at Aberdeen University . He graduated with an MA in 1927  and then a BD in 1930  . He was awarded a Scottish Fellowship to Union Theological Seminary in New York, obtaining an STM in 1931. John B Logan died in 1987  .


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Deposit: Rev John B Logan: 1986

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Fonds level description created by Andrew Thomson, Hub Project Archivist, 07 January 2005

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