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ID 19447
  Title Logan Basic College in the era of Vinton Logan
Journal Chiropr Hist. 2006 Winter;26(2):55-70
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes Logan Basic College was a small chiropractic school struggling to survive during the Great Depression and World War II when Vinton F. Logan, D.C. (1905-1961), son of college founder Hugh B. Logan, D.C., succeeded his father as president in 1944. By then, Vinton Logan had been in private practice, had served as a teacher and trustee of a broad-scope chiropractic college in California, and was a seasoned on-the-road instructor of the Logan Basic Technique. Dr. Logan oversaw the great postwar expansion in the student body, the faculty, and the facilities of the college. During good times and bad, he fostered an optimistic attitude and a spirit of “family” within the Logan community. Popular on the lecture circuit, he was also a leader in the straight chiropractic community, and his struggles with the “mixer” faction of the profession significantly shaped the institution. When he passed away at age fifty-six, he left behind an institution well-prepared to carry on many of the traditions he had nurtured.

First author: D. Patrick Montgomery

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