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Chandler family

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Works: 447 works in 569 publications in 1 language and 4,634 library holdings
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Chandler-Hidden family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deeds, writs, warrants, wills, and correspondence of the Chandler and inter-related Hidden families of Andover, Mass., 1678-1866. Includes various deeds for land in Andover owned by William, Thomas, Josiah, Philemon, Sarah, and Timothy Chandler; papers related to William Chandler's position as town constable in the South Parish of Andover, 1770s; correspondence between Philemon, Isaac, and Mary Chandler Hidden, 1810s; letters from Elizabeth Hidden to her children, 1820s; and deeds for land owned by the Hidden family, 1830-66
George Mead Civil War Papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of 81 documents from the Mead/Chandler family. The majority of the documents are handwritten letters, but there are also postmarked envelopes, handwritten poetry, photographs, and newspaper clippings. The letters span from 1824-1871, involving the Chandler and Mead family, connected by the marriage of George Mead to Susan Chandler. Documents concerning the descendents of the Meads are also included, until the year 1968. Wisconsin and New York are the primary locations involved
Papers by Chandler (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

(Con't) Also letters from Egypt (1924) by Helen Winlock while on an archaeological expedition with husband Herbert E. Winlock and a series of letters of congratulation to H.D. Chandler (1925) on his engagement to Ellen Bancroft Dalton. Correspondence also contains scattered business letters to F.W. and H.D. Chandler from architects and other professional men
Chandler Family by Chandler (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection of papers was generated by the descendants of John Chandler (1665-1743) originally of Woodstock, Connecticut, and later Worcester, Massachusetts. There are several types of materials, including genealogical notes, receipts, legal and business papers, and correspondence. A few of the letters were written by Rufus Chandler (1747-1823) of Worcester after his return to London. Several letters were written to Samuel Ward (1739-1826) of Lancaster, Mass
The Chandler family of New Gloucester, Me., collection by Chandler (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection of ms. farm diaries, pocket account books, financial papers, and incoming family and church correspondence (ms. and typed; some from his son Bernard Albert), detailing significant stretches of the life, work, and Congregational Church service of prosperous farmer Andrew C. Chandler of New Gloucester, Me., and subsequent generations of his family
Chandler family photographs by Chandler (Family :( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains nine photographs of Chandler family members including: Sally, Maude, Ludie, Emma, George, Tom, and Fred. The family likely resided in one of the following Georgia counties: Rockdale County, Newton County, or Fulton County. The photographs date from the late 1800s
Henry Daland Chandler papers by Henry Daland Chandler( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, postcards, poetry and essays, diaries, account books, recipe book, household inventory, drawings, sketchbooks, architectural notebooks, photographs, and printed material of Chandler family of Boston, Mass. Family members include: Mrs. B.B. Chamberlain, Augustus Porter Chamberlain, Helen E. (Chamberlain) Daland, Alice (Daland) Chandler, architect Francis W. Chandler, his son architect Henry Daland Chandler, archaeologist Herbert E. Winlock and wife Helen (Chandler), Dr. Edward F.W. Bartol and wife Ethel (Chandler)
by William E Chandler( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondents include Robert Perkins Bass, Louis D. Brandeis, William Jennings Bryan, Benjamin Franklin Butler, William L. Chambers, George Henry Chandler, William E. Chandler, Zachariah Chandler, Winston Churchill, Jeremiah Jones Colbath (Henry Wilson), Roscoe Conkling, Stephen Benton Elkins, George G. Fogg, James A. Garfield, William Lloyd Garrison, Horace Greeley, Daniel Hall, Robert M. LaFollette, Henry Cabot Lodge, Levi P. Morton, Nehemiah G. Ordway, Jeter Connelly Pritchard, Whitelaw Reid, Edward Henry Rollins, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Henry Moore Teller, Benjamin Ryan Tillman, W. Monroe Trotter, Booker T. Washington, Henry Wilson, and Leonard Wood
Zachariah Chandler papers by Zachariah Chandler( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Legal documents kept by cordwainer Zachariah Chandler of Roxbury (later Boston), Mass., 1638-1783. Includes deeds, quitclaims, and court petitions related to a dispute with Roxbury town selectmen over a highway built on his land. Also includes deeds kept by Chandler family members and other residents of Roxbury; Cheever family genealogical information, 1809; and printed material, 1842-1927
Chanler family papers by Margaret Chanler( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Consists chiefly of correspondence among family members, especially between Margaret Terry Chanler and her parents Luther and Louisa Ward Crawford Terry; her husband; and some of their children. Also correspondence between the Terrys, between Luther and his brother James, and between Louisa and her other children; and correspondence of other Crawford and Ward relatives including Francis Marion Crawford, Julia Ward Howe, some of the Howe daughters, and Samuel Ward. There are also letters from friends including 37 from Henry Adams to Margaret Chanler; some letters concerning their professional activities, especially Margaret Chanler's book, Roman Spring; lecture notes and a commonplace book, 1883, that she kept; and a brief diary, 1900, of her husband
Chandler family letters by Chandler (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters of the Chandler family of Chandlerville, Illinois, largely between Louisa Chandler Frackleton and members of her family. Collection includes one page from an account ledger, a newspaper article, and a historical vignette on Dr. Chandler
Thomas Jackson and Anna Ruth Chandler lantern slides by Chandler (Family :( )

1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Slides depict an Alaskan voyage on the steamer Queen, about 1890
Lyman Chandler Family papers by Chandler (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Lyman Chandler Family Papers contain approximately 150 letters, 1825-1895, and manuscript essays, financial material, teachers' certificates, and legal documents. The first part of the collection includes letters (1825-1826) to and from Lyman Chandler during his travels in western New York and Michigan looking for farmland to settle. His letters home detail his experiences and opportunities. He eventually settled near East Aurora, New York in 1831. Several letters mention the fact that he taught school in Fayette, New York, 1825-1828. The main body of correspondence, 1861-1895, is among Lyman Chandler's children, their relatives, and friends. Many of the letters are addressed to his daughters, Helen and Lib. Family concerns, such as health, illness, and deaths are among the chief topics discussed. Twenty letters, 1863-1865, are from Albert Ritter to his cousins Lib and Helen Chandler. Ritter was serving in the Iowa 12th Infantry during the Civil War and the letters relate to his war experiences
 
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