Joseph Clayton Logan papers
Scope and Content
This collection contains genealogical research, records of the Atlanta Chapter of the Associated Charities, manuscripts on a myriad of topics, and newspaper clippings. There is genealogical research on the Grant and Logan families gathered by Margaret Laing for her book, The Ten Years, 1905-1915, a history of the Atlanta Branch of the Associated Charities. Also included is correspondence that Laing received regarding her research from family members and associates of the Atlanta Chapter of Associated Charities founders. The collection contains minutes, annual reports, and handwritten notes from meetings of the Atlanta Chapter of Associated Charities as well as handwritten and typed manuscripts on a variety of topics. These topics include histories of Georgia, Atlanta's Norman Club, the Atlanta Tuberculosis Association and Home for Incurables, Mercer University, and a longer history of Atlanta. Other manuscripts on religion include the titles, Religion in 1827; Early Baptists in Georgia; Roman Catholics in Georgia; The First Methodist Church; The German Lutheran Church; First Sunday School; St. Phillip's Church; and The Jews. Most, if not all, were written by Lillian Milllner, of the Associated Charities. Also included are a number of newspaper clippings from the 1940s addressing topics such as the locomotive known as "The General;" Georgia history; a proposed Henry Grady holiday; and prominent women of Atlanta.
- 1903-1949, undated
- Millner, Lillian (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use
Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright law. (Title 17, U.S. Code) Permission for use must be cleared through the Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. Licensing agreement may be required.
Joseph Clayton Logan (March 22, 1878-March 14, 1926) was born in Atlanta, Georgia, to George Woodson Logan of Virginia and Letitia Grant, daughter of Lemuel Pratt Grant. He was raised in Salem, Virginia, and married Elsie Logan in September 1901. He moved back to Atlanta and began practising law with the firm Logan and Zahner. In 1905, Logan left the law firm to become the secretary of the Atlanta Associated Charities, a precursor to the Family Welfare Society and Atlanta Community Chest. He died on March 14, 1926, and was buried at Westview Cemetery. Additional biographical information about Joseph Clayton Logan has not been determined.
0.42 linear ft. (1 document case)
System of Arrangement
This collection is arranged alphabetically by titles supplied by staff.
Collection reprocessed in 2011.
- Associated Charities (Atlanta, Ga.)
- Atlanta Community Chest
- Chattanooga Railroad Expedition, 1862
- Community development -- Georgia -- Atlanta
- Frankfort (Me.)
- Georgia -- Genealogy
- Grady, Henry Woodfin, 1850-1889
- Grant, Lemuel Pratt
- Hopkins, Linton C.
- Laing, Margaret
- Mercer University
- Oglethorpe, James Edward
- Religious institutions -- Georgia
- Women -- History -- 20th century
- Joseph Clayton Logan papers
- Laura Starratt
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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- Finding aid is written in English.