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Daniel Buck
Re: Cute Logan anecdote
Sat Nov 11, 2017 11:06am
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Vince,
Would it be possible, when you post something like this, to give a citation? Where & when was it published. Dan

  • Cute Logan anecdoteVince Garcia, Fri Nov 10 5:31pm
    A few years previous to the opening of this story, at the time when I was on the line of promotion on the police force of St. Louis, I had a personal encounter with Logan. At that time I had just... more
    • Re: Cute Logan anecdote — Daniel Buck, Sat Nov 11 11:06am
      • Re: Cute Logan anecdoteVince Garcia, Sat Nov 11 11:34am
        i could but i didn't because i wanted to know if anyone was paying attention...
        • Re: Cute Logan anecdoteDaniel Buck, Sat Nov 11 11:44am
          Vince, ??? So do it now. Dan
          • Washington DC Post, Jan 21, 1912. (nm)Vince Garcia, Sat Nov 11 11:51am
            • Re: Washington DC Post, Jan 21, 1912. Daniel Buck, Sat Nov 11 1:35pm
              Vince, Thanks. That is one strange tale, "Bandit Captured the Sleuth: Detective Who Had Run the Notorious Harvey Logan to Earth Had Thrilling Experience." No byline, but reprinted from the Railroad... more
              • Re: Washington DC Post, Jan 21, 1912. Vince Garcia, Sat Nov 11 5:17pm
                no no--not after wagner. He says it was before logan was famous, and it seems to be for something Logan did in St louis. My best guess is that would date it to 1896 when there is some anecdotal... more
                • Re: Washington DC Post, Jan 21, 1912. Daniel Buck, Sat Nov 11 6:11pm
                  Vince, You are correct. I misread it. In the second column, after introducing Harvey Logan as a famous bandit he goes back in time, to a "few years previous to the opening of this story." That's as... more
      • I found a FORT Pierce, WyVince Garcia, Sat Nov 11 10:54am
        Or it could have been an unincorporated place like Navalencia, where my grandmother lived. Small township never on any map but it existed 30 miles or so east of here. I dunno otherwise
        • NopePat, Sat Nov 11 12:27pm
          Ft Pierce is in Florida. Not in Wyoming. There is nothing with this name in or near the HIW. It was made up story.
          • Re: NopeVince Garcia, Sat Nov 11 5:14pm
            Well, I I found a newspaper references to it from 1908. Maybe a misprint or not. But I won't argue over it. Not a big issue to me
            • Vince Pat, Sat Nov 11 6:28pm
              What you found was Fort Pierce in Wyoming County, Florida.
              • Re: Vince Vince Garcia, Sun Nov 12 2:06am
                The word "county" wasn't there. "Joe Smith from Fort Pierce, Wy, returned home today..." That's how it was written. But I'm done with this
                • Re: Vince Vince Garcia, Sun Nov 12 2:23am
                  That's a paraphrase, not precise wording, but it makes the point of how it was written, No word or anything that would imply Florida. Not my job to explain why if you're right
                  • Re: Vince Daniel Buck, Sun Nov 12 7:51am
                    Vince, The unnamed detective said that he encountered Logan "near the 'Hole' country, at a place called Pierce." Given that this is a "just so," story, we probably need to get too caught up in... more
      • Pierce (nm)Pat, Sat Nov 11 10:35am
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