Friday, August 14, 2015

Obituary: William Logan (1984)

Obituary from the April 1984 issue of the Socialist Standard

It is with deep regret that we report the sudden death of William Logan—"Loge" to all who knew him. "Loge" was one of the founder members of Edinburgh Branch in 1968, and a driving force in its early dynamic days. He was an entertaining speaker and a prodigious literature seller. One of his greatest contributions to the Party was his interest in silk screen printing, which enabled Edinburgh Branch to produce their own inimitable posters, which sprang up all over the city. A visitor to one of our meetings in the late sixties, remarking on the number of SPGB posters he saw, thought that the cultural revolution had spilled over into Edinburgh; you could not turn a corner without seeing a poster. The death of "Loge" at the age of only 35 is a grievous loss; his enthusiasm, drive and humour will be sadly missed.
L. A. Craig
Edinburgh Branch


ajohnstone said...

Loge was a person who deserves to be remembered.

imposs1904 said...

Tell us some more about him, then, you soppy sod.

ajohnstone said...

A lot would not be for public consumption...As a biker, he lived much of the life-style of one ...very much as an outlaw ;-)