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Page from William Logan’s journal listing the names of his dinner companions and what he had for dinner and commenting on travel arrangements
Logan’s journals are filled with varied lists and descriptions of his experiences both in the and out of the field. Here he lists his dinner companions and what he ate, and comments on one of his many means of travel
Source: Toronto Public Library/Sir William Edmond Logan fonds/Memoranda: Canada and the United States, 1840-41/Notebook, p. 131
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