1 microfilm reel.
4 linear feet.
Arranged in three series. Series 1: Family Papers, 1925-1966; Series 2: Diaries and Related Material, 1940-1982; and Series 3: General Correspondence, 1926-1965.
Correspondence, diaries, and biographical material documenting Logan's concern with racial inequality and his career as an historian of Africans and African Americans. Topics include his army service in France during World War I; the Pan-African movement of the 1920s and 1930s; Haitian diplomatic soirées; the founding conference of the United Nations, San Francisco, Calif. (1945); Logan's meetings with African independence leaders, Kwame Nkrumah and Nnamdi Azikiwe; colleagues including Mordecai W. Johnson; and his career at Howard University. Correspondents include Harry T. Burleigh, Betty Riis, Roger William Riis, and Logan's wife, Ruth Robinson Logan.
Historian and educator.
Microfilm edition of diary, 1943-1944, available, no. 21,747.
Microfilm produced from originals in the Manuscript Division Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1998.
Collection material in English.
Finding aid available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room and at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms010010.