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Logan, John Daniel, 1869-1929

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85th Overseas Battalion, Nova Scotia Highlanders Singing Their BTN Song, 85th Feather / MacLaughlin

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Taken in Halifax. Photo shows a room filled with soldiers and a large band playing (26cm x 53cm) o/s. Note: See Songs of the 85th Overseas Battalion in Special Collections ACADIANA, written by an unknown author, as well as Canada's Champion Regimental Band Special Collections LOGAN, written by Logan while he was a civilian.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/109
Type: photograph

Senior class '89-90 Dalhousie College

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: 17 men and one woman in this posed picture (19cm x 24cm in matte 25cm x 26cm). Note: Foshay checklist Box 29, Envelope 328.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/102
Type: photograph

Poem, Byng of Vimy

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Collection: Poems, 1917-1926
Description: "Written on behalf of the Veterans of the 85th Battalion, Nova Scotia Highlanders, after inspection by Baron Byng at Halifax, August 15, 1923"
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/27
Type: textual record

Poem, "Lads' Laughter"

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Collection: Poems, 1917-1926
Description: "A Revery of Vimt Revisited--Recited at the Vimy Commemoration, 85th Re-Union, Halifax, April 9"
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/27
Type: textual record

Group of 41 soldiers / MacLaughlin

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Taken in Halifax. Possibly the 85th Battalion Nova Scotia Highlanders, sitting and standing in this posed picture, with rifles. Logan is sitting in the second row, fourth man from the right (24cm x 48cm)
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/104
Type: photograph

85th Overseas Battalion, Nova Scotia Highlanders, Champions of the Khaki Basket Ball League / MacLaughlan

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Players identified as: J.M. Wheaton, Forward; Lieut. H.A. Crawley, Mgr.; A.T. Fraser, Capt. Forward; N.L. Chipman, Guard; C.C. Gray, Guard; G.H. Ruffie, Centre; C.J. Owens, Spare. Photo includes image of plaque (20cm x 24cm on matte 30cm x 35cm)
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/110
Type: photograph

Group of 24 soldiers holding rolled flags / MacLaughlan

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Taken in Halifax. Logan may be in the second row, third from the right (22cm x 44cm) o/s
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/106
Type: photograph

Band of 85th Battalion, Nova Scotia Highlanders, Lieut Dan Mooney, Bandmaster

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Taken in Halifax. Group of 34 soldiers with their instruments, standing and sitting. The mascot "Rowdy", a bull terrier, is also in the photo. Logan is in the front row, extreme left, posing with a baritone saxophone (28cm x 49cm on matte 42cm x 61cm). Note: See also Canada's Champion Regimental Band in Special Collections LOGAN, written by Logan while he was a civilian
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/113
Type: photograph

Poem, "Maude of Bagdad"

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Collection: Poems, 1917-1926
Description: "Captured the City of the Caliphs, March 11, 1917"
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/27
Type: textual record

Poem, "Christ's Last Crusader"

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Collection: Poems, 1917-1926
Description: "To Field Marshall Viscount Allenby / Invincible Cavalry Commander / Deliverer of Palestine / Specially Written for The Morning Chronicle"
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/27
Type: textual record

Regimental Pipe Band, 85th Overseas Battalion, N.S. Highlanders / MacLaughlan.

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Group of 13 soldiers with bagpipes and drums, sitting and standing. Cannot determine if Logan is included in this photograph (24cm x 46cm on matte 36cm x 61cm)
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/111
Type: photograph

H.R.H Duke of Connaught and Staff Sergeants, Aldershot, Nova Scotia / Maclaughlin

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Group of 26 soldiers, sitting and standing in this posed picture. Logan is in the front row next to the Duke (26cm x 47cm). o/s
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/105
Type: photograph

Graduation

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Group of dignitaries and an audience of people in graduation caps, listening to a man in a suit, speaking. Logan is seated with the dignitaries. The building looks likes the current Halifax City Hall, facing the Grand Parade. Poor condition (18cm x 13cm)
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/100
Type: photograph

Manuscript, The Welfare of Returned Soldiers

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Unknown author.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/143
Type: textual record

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from Newton MacTavish, January 26, 1922

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Collection: Correspondence, 1915-1924
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/14
Type: textual record

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from Newton MacTavish, June 16, 1919

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Collection: Correspondence, 1915-1924
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/14
Type: textual record

Logan delivering Ode at Dalhousie / Fraser Photo Service

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: 2 copies. Logan on the steps of a building, speaking to a large crowd. The building looks like the current Halifax City Hall, facing the Grand Parade. Copy one, post card: written along the edge in pencil: "JDLogan delivering his Ode "Mater Coronata" at the Dalhousie Reunion, 1924" (9cm x 14cm). Copy two, may have been for the Herald, poor condition (10cm x 13cm). Note: See…
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/98
Type: photograph

Three men

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: One man appears to be the same fellow who was speaking at the graduation in photograph 99. Another man is dressed in a PhD cap and gown. Poor condition (4cm x 9cm).
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/101
Type: photograph

R.R. McLeod

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Portrait. Writing on reverse in ink (11cm x 6cm). Note: Foshay checklist Box 29, Envelope 327.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/146
Type: photograph

Graduation

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Group of dignitaries and an audience of people in graduation caps, listening to a man in uniform, speaking. Logan is seated with the dignitaries. The building looks like the current Halifax City Hall, facing the Grand Parade. Poor condition (20cm x 25cm)
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/99
Type: photograph

Poem, "A Soldier''s Shrines"

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Collection: Poems, 1917-1926
Description: "Author's Original MS - Written Overseas"
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/27
Type: textual record

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from Mary Kinley Ingraham, May 26, 1922

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Collection: Correspondence, 1915-1924
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/14
Type: textual record

Poem, "Night-Harmonies on Vimy"

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Collection: Poems, 1917-1926
Description: "For Remembrance of April 9, 1917"
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/27
Type: textual record

Private J.D. Logan in uniform

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Logan saluting at the camera. A suitcase and a duffle bag are by his feet. Written on reverse in pencil: "J.D. Logan 1916. [?] Private 85th Battalion. Taken on the bridge at Waverly, Halifax County, in April or May 1916. J.D.L." (12cm x 7cm)
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/97
Type: photograph

Military 85th Battalion Champions Hockey Team / MacLaughlin

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Players identified: H.W. Kirkpatrick, Defence; J. Smith, Forward; B. Eagles, Forward; C. Cahill, Forward; E.F. Lordley, Goal; C. Thompson, Forward; R. Vaughan, Defence; Lieut. C.H. Snow, Mgr.; G. McDonald, Capt. Forward; T. Johnson, Trainer (34cm x 28cm on matte 50cm x 40cm).
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/114
Type: photograph

Manuscript, My Brother: A Sketch and An Appreciation of a Nova Scotian Lady [Amy Pennington] Who Wrote One of the World's Great Humanitarian Poems, and the Text

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 90
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/45
Type: textual record

Manuscript, The Architecture of the Province Building, Nova Scotia

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Article for the Morning Chronicle. Annotated. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 80.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/64
Type: textual record

Poems, 1921

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Includes From The Soul's Observatory: Songs of the Spirit at Vesperrise. Annotated press finals. Note: Foshay checklist Box 6, Envelope 52.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/72
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Lecture I The Significance of Nova Scotia in the Literary History of Canada

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Note: Foshay checklist Box 9, Envelope 75
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/83
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Exhibition of Canadiana, Halifax, NS

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Being a description by Logan of his own collection. Exclusive to Chronicle. Article, annotated. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 82.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/65
Type: textual record

Manuscript, The Psychology Of Khaki: A New Philosophy of Clothes

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 96
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/46
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Lecture III The Rise of Vaudeville Schools of Canadian Poetry Robert W. Service et al.

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Note: Foshay checklist Box 9, Envelope 75
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/85
Type: textual record

Manuscript [19--], Masterpiece of Early Venetian Painter Discovered in Nova Scotia.

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Concerning Bassano, or Jacopo da Ponte. Annotated. Includes article, The Healing Wings of Nova Scotia Evenings, with note for Mr. Crowell. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 88.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/68
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Edward Blackadder: A Poet in Politics

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Article. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 81.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/67
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Lecture II The First Renaissance in Nativistic Canadian Literature: "The Birch Bark" and "Great Lakes" Groups

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Note: Foshay checklist Box 9, Envelope 75
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/84
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Lecture VI The Women Poets of Canada as Lyrists of War and of Love

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Note: Foshay checklist Box 9, Envelope 76
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/88
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Re-views of the Literary History of Canada

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: A series of essays published in the Canadian Magazine, and based on the Acadia Lectures. Bound. Note: Foshay checklist Box 9, Envelope 77.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/50
Type: textual record

Poem, Of Pictou Poets: A Treasury of Verse

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Souvenir edition. Annotated. Includes Night Witchery in France. Note: Foshay checklist Box 6, Envelope 44, 45.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/59
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Christ as Poet

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Delivered as a lecture to the Bible Literature students of Acadia, Dec 9. Author MS, annotated. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 78.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/89
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Open Letter to the Lieut-Governor

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Unpublished article on Archibald MacMechan's critique of Songs of the Makers of Canada. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 92
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/48
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Lecture V

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Note: Foshay checklist Box 9, Envelope 76
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/87
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Lecture IV Canadian Fictionists: Novelists, Romancers, Idyllists, Animal Depicters, Humorists, and Others

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Note: Foshay checklist Box 9, Envelope 76
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/86
Type: textual record

Artist original sketches

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Includes The Little Blue Ghost, The Centenary of St. Mary's Cathedral, 1820-1920, The New Apocalypse, From the Soul's Observatory, and Twilight Litanies. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 97.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/47
Type: textual record

Pamphlet, 12th Canadian Inf Brigade Sports Chateau De La Haie June 4th 17 Program

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Includes lists of officials and map of the field. The 85th Battalion Band played at the event.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/96
Type: textual record

Paybook

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Includes inserted card for Canadian Y.M.C.A. Canadian Social Centre for use on Active Service (Canadian Forces) stamped 'Regimental Depot Bramshott'
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/90
Type: textual record

Poems, 1918-1924

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Includes annotated drafts of various poems such as The Spendthrifts and one poem that has been illuminated. Note: Foshay checklist Box 9, Envelope 72.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/20
Type: textual record

Article, The Latest.

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Concerns the Halifax poet, Agnes M. Foley. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 87.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/44
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Canada's Champion Regimental Band: Souvenir Pamphlet

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Booklet was written by Logan while he was a civilian and not part of the Band. Note: Foshay checklist Box 6, Envelope 36. Note: Published copy is located in Special Collections, LOGAN. Note: Images of the Band for the 85th are included in files 109 and 113
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/24
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Is The Verse of Joseph Howe Authentic Poetry? An Essay in the Fallacy Known as "The Argument from Authority"

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: With clipping from Morning Chronicle. Article, annotated. Note: Foshay checklist Box 10, Envelope 86.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/69
Type: textual record

Manuscript, Thomas Chandler Haliburton

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: From the Makers of Canada Literature Series. Biographical. Note: Foshay checklist Box 6, Envelope 39.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/71
Type: textual record

Poem, Nanine: A War Incident in the Souchez Valley, France

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Annotated typescript and handwritten versions. Note: Foshay checklist Box 8, Envelope 58.
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/26
Type: textual record

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from Newton MacTavish, July 15, 1919

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Collection: Correspondence, 1919
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/4
Type: textual record

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from George Barton Cutten, March 8, 1918

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Collection: Correspondence, 1915-1924
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/14
Type: textual record

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from George Barton Cutten, April 1, 1920

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Collection: Correspondence, 1915-1924
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/14
Type: textual record

Machine Gun Section, 85th Overseas Battalion C.E.F. Nova Scotia Highlanders, Lieut Campbell, O.C / Maclaughlan

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Group of 39 soldiers, sitting and standing with rifles. Logan may be second row from the back, third man from the right (23cm x 48) o/s
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/108
Type: photograph

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from George Barton Cutten, January 27, 1921

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Collection: Correspondence, 1915-1924
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/14
Type: textual record

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from Newton MacTavish

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Collection: Correspondence, 1914-1918
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/3
Type: textual record

18th Platoon, 85th Battalion C.E.F. / MacLaughlan.

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Collection: John Daniel Logan
Description: Group of 54 soldiers, sitting and standing with rifles and a drum. Identification of the Platoon number is faint on the front, centre of the photo. Logan may be standing in the middle now, fifth from the left (24cm x 51cm) o/s
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/107
Type: photograph

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from George Barton Cutten, March 20, 1920

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Collection: Correspondence, 1915-1924
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/14
Type: textual record

Correspondence to John Daniel Logan from George Barton Cutten, January 11, 1916

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Collection: Correspondence, 1915-1924
Accession Number: 1918.001-JDL/14
Type: textual record

John Daniel Logan

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Dates: 1877 to 1926
Collection: Archival Catalogue, John Daniel Logan
Description: Finding aid for the John Daniel Logan fonds.
Type: finding aid