Selected art related documents from the Logan family papers, 1734-1810

Logan Fam, Logan Family

Collection size: 1 partial microfilm reel.

Collection Summary: Visiting card for Dr. George Logan autographed by Benjamin West, 1810; an advertisement of Charles Willson Peale's "moving pictures" at his museum; bill from Joseph Richardson, July 5, 1739, for buckles, spoons, etc. bought by R. Hill, Jr., with receipt; receipt for payment for rings from John Moland, Jan. 9, 1761, to Edmund (?) Milne, a silversmith; two letters from James Steel to James Calder, Sept. 21, 1734, mentioning a dozen chairs and a chest of drawers he has made for Calder, and April 27, 1735, about the glass for the doors of an escritoire Calder has ordered.

Microfilmed by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania for the Archives of American Art, 1955.

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