William LOGAN

(b. 1950)

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To William Logan, 8 October 1858

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LOGAN, William Marston (1889 - 1968)

129 Epistle to Captain William Logan at Park

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Logan, Sir Douglas William (1910-1987), university administrator

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TROWBRIDGE REVISITEDGuy Vernon: A Novelette in Verse. By John Townsend Trowbridge. Edited with an introduction by William Logan

LOGAN, John William (1845 - 1925), JP; MP (L) Harborough Division, Leicestershire, 1891–1904, and 1910–16

Oak: The Frame of Civilization.. By William Bryant Logan. New York and London: W.W. Norton and Company, 2005. 336 pp. Illustrations, bibliography, and index. Paper, $15.95

LOGAN, William Philip Dowie (1914 - 2012), epidemiological consultant to various national and international organisations, 1974–89; Director, Division of Health Statistics, WHO, 1961–74

RIDDET, William (1896 - 1958), Logan-Campbell Professor of Agriculture, Massey Agricultural College, Palmerston North, New Zealand, since 1927, Vice-Principal since 1946; Director, Dairy Research Institute, New Zealand, since 1927

LOGAN, Douglas (William) (1910 - 1987), Principal of the University of London, 1948–75; President, British Universities Sports Board and Federation, 1953–75; Chairman: British Student Sports Federation, 1971–77; Universities Superannuation Scheme Ltd, 1974–77 (Deputy Chairman, 1977–80; Consultant, 1980–86)


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(1950– ),

was born in Boston, and grew up in the north-eastern United States. He attended Yale and the University of Iowa, where he studied with Donald Justice, later a colleague ...

Subjects: Literature.

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