Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy" Thomas  LOGIE, 1864-c1920.
Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".
Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".
Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".
Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".
Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".
Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".
Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".
Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".

Thomas Logie Thesis for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy".

Date Published: 1890
Binding: Soft Cover

10-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches, original light card soiled covers, two hole punched and bound with ribbon. 60 plus pages (one sided) manuscript thesis, handwritten and signed by Logie for Fellowship in Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins University, 1890 titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy". With numerous handwritten notes on separate sheets inserted. Very good condition.

Dr. Thomas Logie was a professor of Romance Languages. Born London, Ontario. Graduated University of Toronto 1887. Special student at Johns Hopkins in the fall of 1887. He immediately thereafter entered the Johns Hopkins University as special student in Romance Languages. Associate professor of romance languages at Rutgers University 1888. PhD from Johns Hopkins (Baltimore) 1890, with thesis titled: "The dialect of Cachy- Picardy". Assistant Professor of Romance Languages at Johns Hopkins, 1891. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages at Rutgers, 1893. Cross appointment as Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Williams College, 1890-1893.)
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