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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Herman Kogan  

Pen Name: None

Genre: History Non-Fiction Other

Audience: Adult;

Born: 1914 in Chicago, Illinois


-- Herman Kogan on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=herman++kogan+


Illinois Connection

Herman Kogan was a life long Chicagoan, and the father of Rick Kogan.

Biographical and Professional Information

Herman Kogan was a reporter who spent fifty years covering Chicago, many with the Chicago Sun-Times.


Published Works Expand for more information


Titles At Your Library

Bet a million!: The Story of John W. Gates
ISBN: B0007DRWJM

Bobbs-Merrill. 1948

Give the Lady What She Wants: the Story of Marshall Fields & Company, Presentation Copy
ISBN: B0015M24G0

Rand McNally & Company. 1952

Black cloth with gilt stamped with gloved hand holding a rose and PRESENTATION COPY. Inscribed and signed by Hughston M. McBain.

A continuing marvel;: The story of the Museum of Science and Industry
ISBN: 038502259X

Doubleday. 1973

Yesterday's Chicago
ISBN: 0912458658

Seemann. 1976

Book by Herman Kogan, Rick Kogan

Traditions and Challenges: The Story of Sidley & Austin
ISBN: 096125940X

Printed by R.R. Donnelley & Sons. 1983

No writing marks. Good condition.

Pharmacist to the Nation a History of Walgreen Co.
ISBN: B001CNAZWW

R. R. Donnelley & Sons. 1989

Charles Walgreen's role as pharmacist to the nation began in 1893 when he landed his first job at Rosenfeld's in Chicago. In 1898 Walgreen enlisted in the army to help his country in the war against Spain. He contracted malaria and yellow fever in Cuba, and considerably debilitated returned home to Chicago and another job at a pharmacy. He applied himself strenuously to his job to make enough for a down-payment to buy the pharmacy on Chicago's South side.