Frank Logan was an Indiana architect active in the early and mid 20th century. Born December 16, 1880, he earned a Bachelor's Degree from Indiana University in 1903 and a Bachelor of Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1906. He was associated with the firms Carrere & Hastings and Cass Gilbert before establishing his own firm 'Frank Logan, Architect' in Princeton, Indiana in 1940. He was a registered architect in both New York and Indiana. While associated with Carrere & Hastings Logan was the architect for:
Logan was a member of Beta Theta Pi during his years at Indiana University.
Carrere & Hastings was a well known New York architectural firm. Perhaps their most renowned building is the New York Public Library at 5th Avenue and 42nd Street.
Cass Gilbert designed the Woolworth Building in Manhattan and the United States Supreme Court building.
- Construction contract, Miscellaneous Records Book 11 page 363, Office of the Recorder, Monroe County, Indiana