RAYMOND J. LOGAN has been a practicing attorney of the Cleveland bar for the past eight years, and is a native
of this city, being well known in public affairs as well as in his profession.
Mr. Logan was born in Waring, now East Thirty first Street, in Cleveland, January 13, 1891, son of James A. and
Martha (Greve) Logan. His grandfather, Thomas Logan, was a native of Ireland, and on coming to the United States
located in the Mahoning Valley of Ohio, where he was engaged in coal mining. He lost his life in a fatal accident
in the mines.
James A. Logan was born in Mahoning County in 1870, and in 1888 moved to Cleveland, where for many years he was
engaged in the coal business. He is now in the real estate business.
Raymond J. Logan graduated from the East High School of Cleveland in 1908, and had some varied experience as a
wage earner until he entered the service of the city as assistant secretary of the police department in 1912. After
two years in the police department he was for a similar length of time connected with the city contract department.
In the meantime he took up the study of law, and in 1916 graduated from the Cleveland Law School of Baldwin Wallace
University with the Bachelor of Laws degree. Admitted to the Ohio bar in 1916, Mr. Logan at once engaged in general
practice, and has made an enviable record as a sound and well qualified attorney. His offices are in the Society
for Savings Building. About the time America entered the World war, Mr. Logan was severely injured in an automobile
accident, and for over a year was in a hospital.
His name in Ohio public life is familiar through his interesting candidacy for the office of lieutenant governor
on the republican ticket in 1922. It is a matter of special pride to him that he carried Cuyahoga County. He is
a member of the Cleveland Bar Association and of several fraternal organizations. Mr. Logan married Miss Elsie
Gilmore, a native of Cleveland, and daughter of William Gilmore, who for many years was in the employ of the East
Ohio Gas Company at Cleveland.
A History of Cuyahoga County
and the City of Cleveland
By: William R. Coates
The American Historical Society
Chicago and New York, 1924
Cuyahoga County, Ohio Biographies
Names A to G
Names H to P
Names Q to Z
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