A notable example of a Pennsylvanian with a disability is James Logan (1674-1751) . As William Penn's representative on the ground, he was essentially the boss of Pennsylvania for decades. HIs extraordinary book collection became the foundation of the Library Company. Shortly after Logan's retirement to his newly-built country house in Germantown, Stenton, in 1730, he fell from his horse and broke his hip. Later, he was further disabled by a stroke.