Bachelor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1921. Doctor of Laws, New Mexico State University, 1957.
Salesman, manager, Canadian department, Her Majesty Byllesby & Company, Chicago, 1921-1927;
sales manager, Blair & Company, Chicago, 1927-1929;
partner, Ames, Emerich & Company, Chicago, 1929-1931;
associate, James O. McKinsey (management counsel), Chicago, 1931-1934;
lecturer, School Business, University of Chicago, 1931-1932;
executive vice president, Food and Grocery Chain Stores of America
founder, president, director successor organization, National Association Food Chains, Washington, 1934-1961;
founder, vice chairman, director, International Association Chain Stores, 1953-1986;
president, John A. Logan Associates (management counsel), 1961-1976. Director Drug Fair, Inc., Washington Channel Waterfront Inc. Special adviser Office International Trade Fairs, unites states department Commerce.
Adviser Department ofAgr., Department of Treasury. Member President's Citizens Food Committee, 1948. Assisted development Market Center Operation procurement of perishables for military, Food Stamp Plan and.
Surplus Food Marketing Program. Sponsor, planner, supervisor industry Department State visitor study groups from Germany, Japan, Poland, Mexico, England, Italy, Spain, others, 1950-1959. Official coordinator joint government-food industries projects, Italy, Yugoslavia, Spain, Germany, Belgium, India, others, 1956-1959.
Member panel Federal Aid to Agriculture. Member Executive Committee Greater National Capitol Committee. Trustee trust funds.
Member inaugural ball committee for President Truman, Eisenhower (2), Johnson, Nixon. Chairman Cherry Blossom Ball, 1949-1964, Inaugural Ball for Johnson-Humphrey. Secretary-treasurer Overseas Citizens for Johnson-Humphrey, 1964.
Alternate United States representative to United Nations Educational General Conference, Paris, 1968. Trustee Ramiose Foundation, 2 Marjorie Merriweather Post Foundations. Member professional advisory committee District of Columbia Association Mental Health.
Trustee National Council for Community Improvement, Menninger Foundation, Arthritis Institute Enlisted United States Army, 1917. Served with 258th Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Force discharged as 1st lieutenant, Air Service United States Army, 1919. Director World War I overseas flyers.
Member S.A.R., Disabled Officers Association, Military Order World War, American Legion (past Commander), Order Kentucky Colonels, Foreign Policy Association (director), English Speaking Union (director), Beta Theta Pi. Clubs: Mason. (Washington), Metropolitan (Washington), National Press (Washington), City Tavern (Washington), 1925 F Street (Washington), Burning Tree (Washington), Chevy Chase (Washington). University (Chicago).
Metropolitan (New York City). Ha' Penny Bay Beach (St. Croix), Yacht (St. Croix), Tennis (St. Croix).
Married Rebecca Pollard Guggenheim, April 1962. Children by previous marriage— John A., Jerome H. (deceased).