Summary Information

Repository
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011
Creator
Chandler family
Title
Chandler family papers
ID
M029
Date [inclusive]
1831-1890, undated
Extent
5.0 linear feet
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Chandler Family Papers, George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine


Biographical/Historical Note

Peleg Whitman Chandler (Bowdoin 1834) was born in New Gloucester, Massachusetts (now Maine), on April 12, 1816, to Peleg Chandler Jr., and Esther Parsons Chandler. Chandler was an attorney in Boston, Massachusetts (1837-1889), City Solicitor (1846), Member of the House of Representatives (1845-1847), and of the Executive Council (1854); and Trustee of Bowdoin College (1871-1889). In 1838 he established the Law Reporter and compiled American Criminal Trials.

On November 30, 1837, Chandler married Martha Ann Bush (b. July 16, 1812), daughter of Parker Cleaveland, a professor at Bowdoin College from 1805 to 1858, and Martha Bush Cleaveland of Brunswick, Maine. They had three children: Ellen Maria Chandler (1839-1908); Horace Parker (1842-?), a poet; and Parker Cleaveland (1848-1908), an attorney in Boston and New York City. Chandler died in Boston on May 28, 1889.

Charles Peleg Chandler (Bowdoin 1854) was born on January 4, 1835, in Foxcroft, Maine, to Charles Parsons Chandler (Bowdoin Class of 1822), who was an attorney and Maine State Senator (1854-1857), and Sarah Wheeler Chandler, the great-great granddaughter of Sir John Murray, First Duke of Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland. Chandler was the grand-nephew of Peleg Whitman Chandler. After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1857, he embarked on his career as an attorney in the law office of Gov. John A. Andrew (Bowdoin Class of 1837) in Boston (1857-1861).

During the Civil War, Chandler served with distinction as an officer at the First Battle of Bull Run, after which he was commissioned major of the 1st Mass. Volunteers (1861), and then lieutenant colonel. On the same day he received his commission as colonel, Chandler was killed at the Battle of Malvern Hill, Richmond, Virginia, while leading his regiment during the charge of Hooker's Brigade, June 30, 1862.

More information on the Cleaveland and Chandler families is available through Cleaveland-Chandler Papers.


Scope and Content

The collection includes correspondence, a diary, an account book, photographs, clippings and realia by and concerning Peleg Whitman Chandlerand Charles Peleg Chandler, as well as digital copies of family documents and letters dated 1834 to 1881. The Peleg Whitman Chandler material includes correspondence to Chandler from family members and others (1843-1890), and a series of letters from and to Peleg W. Chandler regarding a petition before Congress of Theophilus P. Chandler (1863-1882).

The Charles Peleg Chandler material primarily relates to his Civil War service and largely comprises letters to Chandler's mother from 1861 and 1862 that are descriptive of his war-time experiences, including a series of letters describing the battle of Williamsburg (May 11, 1862-May 17, 1862). There is also a small amount of Civil War related correspondence from General Hooker, Governor Andrew, C. E. Stowe, J. P. Fessenden, William W. Bullock, and others, and letters regarding the search for the whereabouts of Col. Chandler after the Battle of Malvern Hill, and his death. Among the correspondents included in the family documents and letters are Andrew Campbell Chandler, Sr. and Jr., Cora Evelyn (Bean) Chandler, and Frederick Hewett Chandler.


Administrative Information

Publication Information

George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & Archives, Bowdoin College Library, Brunswick, Maine 04011

3000 College Station
Brunswick, Maine, 04011
(207) 725-3288
scaref@bowdoin.edu

Collection Inventory

M029.001: Correspondence   1.3 linear feet

Series Description:

Correspondence of Peleg W. Chandler and correspondence concerning the petition of Theophilus P. Chandler

Peleg W. Chandler   0.3 linear feet

Scope and Contents note

This series contains miscellaneous correspondence to Peleg Whitman Chandler from Horace Parker (his son), Mary Ware (a cousin), Eliza Deane (nephew), G.S. Hillard, and others from 1843 to 1890.

Arrangement note

Chronological with undated material at the end.

Box Folder
1 1

Theophilus Parsons Chandler to P.W. Chandler, 1843-1849. 

1 2

P.W. Chandler to Peleg Chandler (father), 1845-1846. 

1 3

P.W. Chandler to Charles Parsons Chandler (brother), 1847-1851. 

1 4

Correspondence, 1852-1855. 

1 5

P.W. Chandler to Charles Parsons Chandler (brother), 1855-1857. 

1 6

Typescript of letter from P.W. Chandler Charles Parsons Chandler, Boston, Aug. 23, 1855. 

1 7

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1860. 

1 8

Eliza B. Deane (nephew) to P.W. Chandler, 1860. 

1 9

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1861. 

1 10

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1862. 

1 11

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1863. 

1 12

G.S. Hillard to P.W. Chandler, 1863. 

1 13

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1864. 

1 14

Horace P. Chandler (son) to P.W. Chandler, 1864. 

1 15

Mary G. Ware (cousin) to P.W. Chandler, 1864. 

1 16

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1865. 

1 17

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1866. 

1 18

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1867-1888. 

1 19

Cyrus Hamlin to P.W. Chandler, 1879-1882 

1 20

P.W. Chandler to Parker Cleaveland Chandler (Son), 1885-1888. 

1 21

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, 1889-1890. 

1 22

Correspondence to P.W. Chandler, undated. 

Theophilus P. Chandler   1.0 linear feet

Scope and Contents note

Theophilus P. Chandler, the brother of Peleg W. Chandler, was Assistant Treasurer of the United States, at the subtreasury in Boston, from 1863 to 1868. In 1867 a subordinate, Julius F. Hartwell, illegally loaned money from the subtreasury. This correspondence concerns efforts, largely on the part of Peleg W. Chandler, to pass a bill in congress that would relieve T.P. Chandler of any liability in the matter. The bulk of the correspondence is between Peleg W. Chandler and W.L. Putnam. In addition, there are letters to and from: Parker C. Chandler, A.S. Wheeler, John G. Abbot, and other involved parties. Material regarding the estates of J. Wiley Edmands and Horatio Woodman, who were apparently trying to claim a similar immunity is included. There are a series of affidavits concerning T.P. Chandler's petition, various printed copies of the petition, as well as of similar petitions and cases that had been brought to Congress, plus newspaper clippings related to the petition. Also included (located at the end of the series) are three unrelated letters to W.L. Putnam (1908, 1909), and one unrelated letter from Horace Chandler(1909).

Arrangement note

Chronological, and by author with material other than letters at the back.

Box Folder
2 1

Correspondence to Theophilus P. Chandler, 1863, 1867. 

2 2

Hooper[?] to Peleg W. Chandler, 1867. 

2 3

Correspondence between Hugh McCulloch and G.S. Hillard, 1868, 1869. 

2 4

G.S. Hillard to George D. Whittle, 1869. 

2 5

P.W. Chandler to Wm. L. Putnam, 1876. 

2 6

Charles E. Grinnell to Wm. L. Putnam, 1876. 

2 7

Winfield S. Hutchinson to Wm. L. Putnam, 1876. 

2 8

Correspondence between E.B. Smith and W.L. Putman, 1876. 

2 9

W.L. Putnam to P.W. Chandler, 1876. 

2 10

G. Putnam[?] to P.W. Chandler, 1876 

2 11

Charles E. Grinnel to P.W. Chandler, 1876. 

2 12

W.L. Putnam to P.W. Chandler, 1877. 

2 13

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, 1877. 

2 14

Dwight Foster to P.W. Chandler, 1878. 

2 15

H. Hamlin to P.W. Chandler, 1878. 

2 16

Half a letter to P.W. Chandler, 1878. 

2 17

W.L. Putnam to P.W. Chandler, 1878. 

2 18

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, January to August, 1878. 

2 19

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, September to December, 1878. 

2 21

Correspondence between Angus Cameron and W.L. Putman, 1878. 

2 22

Correspondence between Henry Fitz and W.L. Putman, 1878. 

2 23

Correspondence between H. Hamlin and W.L. Putman, 1878. 

2 24

R.R. Bishop and G. Putnam, 1878. 

2 25

E.R. Hoar to Geo. O. Shattuck, 1878. 

2 26

S.D. Lindsey to W.L. Putnam, 1878,1879. 

2 27

Franklin Rives to W.L. Putnam, 1878,1880. 

2 28

A.D. Chandler to P.W. Chandler, 1878, 1882. 

2 29

Parker C. Chandler to P.W. Chandler, 1879. 

2 30

W.L. Putnam to P.W. Chandler, 1879. 

2 31

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, 1879. 

2 32

Franklin W. Hackett to W.L. Putnam, 1879. 

2 33

W. Ladd to W.L. Putnam, 1879. 

2 34

A.S. Wheeler to W.L. Putnam, 1879. 

2 35

Telegram to W.L. Putnam, 1879. 

2 36

W.L. Putnam to S.D. Lindsey, 1879. 

2 37

W.L. Putnam to J.G. Abbott, 1879. 

2 38

James L. Little to Gen. B.F. Butler, 1879. 

2 39

Ed L. Pierce to [Mr.C?], 1879. 

2 40

W.L. Putnam to P.C.Chandler, 1879,1880. 

2 41

P.C. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, 1879 to 1882. 

2 42

A.S. Wheeler to P.W. Chandler, 1879,1881. 

2 43

W.L. Putnam to A.S. Wheeler, 1879,1881. 

2 44

Correspondence between W.W. Rice and W.L. Putman, 1879, 1880, 1882. 

2 45

J.G. Abbott to W.L. Putnam, 1879, 1880, 1882. 

2 46

H.L. Dawes to P.W. Chandler, 1880. 

2 47

Wm. Frazier to P.W. Chandler, 1880. 

2 48

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, January and February, 1880. 

2 49

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, March and April, 1880. 

2 50

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, May and June, 1880. 

2 51

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, July thru December, 1880. 

2 52

W.L. Putnam to P.W. Chandler, 1880. 

2 53

W.L. Putnam to Hutchins and Wheeler, 1880. 

2 54

A.S. Wheeler to W.L.Putnam, 1880. 

2 55

Wm. Frazier to W.L. Putnam, 1880. 

2 56

[?] Locke to W.L. Putnam, 1880. 

2 57

Correspondence between Henry Anderson and W.L. Putman, 1880. 

2 58

J.H. Osmer to Jas. M. Stone, 1880. 

2 59

[?]Lothrop to [?]Conkling, 1880. 

2 60

T.E. [Roessle] to W.L. Putnam, 1880,1881. 

2 61

L.D.W. Sweat to W.L. Putnam, 1880,1882. 

2 62

W.L. Putnam to L.D.W. Sweat, 1880, 1882. 

2 63

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, January to June, 1881. 

2 64

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, July to December, 1881. 

2 65

J.D. Taylor to W.L. Putnam, 1881. 

2 66

A.S. Wheeler to W.L. Putnam, 1881. 

2 67

Leopold Morse to W.L. Putnam, 1881. 

2 68

W.L. Putnam to Leopold Morse, 1881. 

2 69

Correspondence between Wm. W. Crapo and W.L. Putman, 1881. 

2 70

Wm. A. Russell to P.W. Chandler, 1881. 

2 71

Geo. A. Fitch to Parker C. Chandler, 1881. 

2 72

Hutcins & Wheeler to E.F. Stone, 1881. 

2 73

J.D. Taylor to J.T. Ufdegraff[?], 1881. 

2 74

W.L. Putnam to P.W. Chandler, 1881,1882. 

2 75

P.W. Chandler to Parker C. Chandler, 1882. 

2 76

P.W. Chandler to W.L. Putnam, 1882. 

2 77

A.S. Wheeler to W.L. Putnam, 1882. 

2 78

Wm.[P.] Frye to W.L. Putnam, 1882. 

2 79

Eugene Hale to W.L. Putnam, 1882. 

2 80

Correspondence between Melville W. Fuller and W.L. Putman, 1882. 

2 81

J.G. Abbott to Hutchins, [n.d.] 

2 82

Ed L. Pierce to P.W. Chandler, [n.d.] 

2 83

Petitions to U.S. Congress on behalf of Theophilus P. Chandler. 

2 84

Affidavits concerning the Estate and bankruptcy of T.P. Chandler. 

2 85

$250,000 Bond of T.P. Chandler. 

2 86

Various affidavits concerning the matter of T.P. Chandler. 

2 87

Estate of J. Wiley Edmands. 

2 88

Estate of Horatio Woodman. 

2 89

Newspaper clippings. 

2 90

Winfield S. Hutchinson to W.L. Putnam, 1908, 1909. 

2 91

Horace P. Chandler to [?], 1909. 

2 92

Miscellaneous notes. 


M029.002: Charles Peleg Chandler, Civil War Material, 1857-1862, n.d.   0.3 linear feet

Series Description:

This series contains Civil War letters from Charles Peleg Chandler to his mother (June 20, 1861-June 26, 1862) including one containing gossip about "Mrs. President Lincoln" (November 1, 1861). There is a series of letters describing the Battle of Williamsburg (May 11, 1862-May 17, 1862), and other letters detailing Chandlers experiences and impressions of the war. The series also includes correspondence from General Hooker, Governor Andrew, C.E. Stowe, J.P. Fessenden, William W. Bullock, and others, and, in addition, letters regarding the search for the whereabouts of Col. Chandler after the Battle of Malvern Hill, and his death. Other material includes: three photographs of Col. Chandler; an 1862 newspaper clipping of the approach of the Union Armies on Richmond, including a map; and Charles P. Chandler's Civil War journal (May 22, 1861-June 14, 1861.

Arrangement:

Arranged chronologically with undated material at the back.

Box Folder
3 1

J.P. Fessenden to Charles Peleg Chandler, Bowdoin College, [Apr.30], 1857. 

3 2

William Warren Bullock to Charles P. Chandler, [n.p.], 5 April, 1861. 

3 3

C.E. Stowe to Capt. C.P. Chandler, Andover, April 23, 1861. 

3 4

Hugh Greene to C.P. Chandler, Boston, May 1, 1861. 

3 5

Oliver Warren to Charles Peleg Chandler, Boston, 22 May, 1861. 

3 6

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Georgetown, D.C., June 20, 1861. 

3 7

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Washington D.C., June 24, 1861. 

3 8

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, "Great Falls" on the Potomac, July 9, 1861. 

3 9

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, "Great Falls" on the Potomac, July 10, 1861. 

3 10

John A. Andrew to C.P. Chandler, Boston, July 16, 1861. 

3 11

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Centreville, Va., July 20, 1861. 

3 12

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Centreville, Va. or "Bull Run", July 21, 1861. 

3 13

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Georgetown Heights, D.C., July 22, 1861. 

3 14

Charles P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Arlington Heights, Va., Aug. 2, 1861. 

3 15

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Bladersburg, Md., August 15, 1861. 

3 16

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Washington, D.C., Sept. 7, 1861. 

3 17

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Bladensburg, Md., Sept. 8, 1861. 

3 18

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Smithville near Lower Marlboro, on the Pautuxent, Maryland, September 12, 1861. 

3 19

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Pautuxent River, Md., September 14, 1861. 

3 20

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Upper Marlboro, Maryland, September 15, 1861. 

3 21

Charles P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Prince Fredericktown, Md., September 18, 1861. 

3 22

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Lower Marlboro, Md., Sept. 20, 1861. 

3 23

Charles P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Near Lower Marlboro, Md., Calvert County, September 28, 1861. 

3 24

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Lower Marlboro, Md., September 30, 1861. 

3 25

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Washington, D.C., October 28, 1861. 

3 26

Charles P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Washington D.C., November 1, 1861. 

3 27

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Washington D.C., November 3, 1861. 

3 28

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Down the Potomac, Nov., 17, 1861. 

3 29

General Hooker to Major C.P. Chandler, [n.p.], Nov. 19, 1861. 

3 30

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near [Bull] Ferry, Lower Potomac, Md., November 25, 1861. 

3 31

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Lower Potomac, Maryland, Dec. 9, 1861. 

3 32

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Md., Dec. 14, 1861. 

3 33

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Lower Potomac, Md., 18 Dec., 1861. 

3 34

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Lower Potomac, Md., Jan. 19, 1862. 

3 35

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Budd's Ferry, Md., 26 Jan., 1862. 

3 36

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Lower Potomac, Md., 2 Feb., 1862. 

3 37

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Maryland, 9 Feb., 1862. 

3 38

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, March, 1862, Maryland. incomplete letter. 

3 39

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Lower Potomac, Md., 16 March, 1862. 

3 40

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Lower Potomac, Md., 23 March, 1862. 

3 41

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Lower Potomac, Md., 30 March, 1862. 

3 42

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Lower Potomac, Md., 4 April, 1862. 

3 43

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Budd's Ferry, Md., 6 April, 1862. 

3 44

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Yorktown in Virginia, 12 April, 1862. 

3 45

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near Yorktown, Virginia, 13 April, 1862. 

3 46

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, before Yorktown, Virginia, 20 April, 1862. 

3 47

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, before Yorktown, Virginia, 27 April, 1862. 

3 48

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, before Yorktown, Virginia, 4 May, 1862. 

3 49

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Williamsburg, Va., 7 May, 1862. 

3 50

Charles P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Williamsburg, Va., 11 May - 17 May, 1862 

3 51

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, beyond Bew Kent, Va., 18 May, 1862. 

3 52

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near White Oak Swamp, Henrico County, Va., 25 May, 1862 

3 53

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near White Oak Swamp, Henrico County, Va., May 27, 1862 

3 54

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near White Oak Swamp, Va., 31 May, 1862. 

3 55

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, near "Fair Oaks" Station on Richmond & York River RR, Va., 6 June, 1862. 

3 56

John A. Andrew to Major Charles P. Chandler, [n.p.], 18 June, 1862. 

3 57

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, [n.p.], 26 June, 1862. 

3 58

C.P. Chandler to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, [n.p.], 26 June, 1862. 

3 59

William P. Fessenden to Mr. Charles W. Lowell, care of Charles P. Chandler, Portland, 4 Aug., 1862. 

3 60

John A. Andrew to Brig. Gen'l. Joseph Hooker, Boston, 4 Aug., 1862. 

3 61

John A. Andrew to Hon. E.M. Stanton, Boston, August 4, 1862. 

3 62

J.M. Manning to Mrs. C.P. Chandler, Boston, Aug. 8, 1862. 

3 63

R. MacKall to Col. Chas. W. Lowell, Calvert County, Md., Oct. 6, 1862. 

3 64

[unsigned] to Miss Mary E. Chandler, [n.p.], [n.d.] 

3 65

Miscellaneous covers 

3 66

Three photographs of Col. Chandler 

3 67

Printed Executive Order, Boston, Nov. 1, 1861. 

3 68

Newspaper clipping, 1862. 

Volume
1

Charles P. Chandler: Civil War Journal, May 22, 1861 - June 14, 1861. 


M029.003: Personal and Family Material, 1831-1857   0.17 linear feet

Series Description:

This series includes a letter from Charles Peleg Chandler to his father while Charles was a Bowdoin student, as well as two of Charles' Bowdoin College semester bills, and his expense book. Peleg W. Chandler's Bowdoin College diary and law practice day book are also included.

Arrangement:

Alphabetical by person, then chronological.

Volume
1

Charles Peleg Chandler: 1850 Sep 1 - 1857 May 5, expense book 

Box Folder
3 69

Charles Peleg Chandler: 1850 Dec 10, letter to his father 

3 70

Charles Peleg Chandler: 1851 Sep 3 and 1853 May 20, Bowdoin semester bills 

Volume
2

Peleg W. Chandler: 1831 Dec 27 - 1833 Aug 29, Bowdoin College diary 

3

Peleg W. Chandler: 1846 Feb 23 - 1849 Nov 22, day book of law practice 


M029.004: Realia, 1861, n.d.   3.0 linear feet

Series Description:

This series contains a remnant of a Civil War flag and fragments of a flag staff.

Arrangement:

Arranged alphabetically.

Map-case
Realia

Civil War flag (remnant). 

Box
Realia 2

Flag staff (fragments). Written on the envelope containing the fragments: "Pieces of the flag staff at the Marshall House Alexandria, from which poor Col Edsmith drew down the Secession flag the moment before his death: cut by me, August 1861. C.P. Chandler, 1st Man [sic] infantry." Written on a staff fragment: "..Part of Flag Staff Great Falls of the Potomac..." 


M029.005: Family Documents and Letters, 1834-1881   1.0 items

Series Description:

This series contains digital copies of Chandler family documents and letters dated 1834-1881. The material represents Books I and II from the collection gathered by various members of the Chandler family and stored in a trunk owned by Solomon Hewett Chandler. In the early 1990's Warner Chandler, Jr. catalogued the documents and letters, which were then scanned by the Nelson family in 2002 in Adobe PDF and JPEG formats. Correspondents include: Andrew Campbell Chandler, Sr. (1830-1894), Catherine Clark Cunningham (1829-1906), Solomon Hewett Chandler (1828-1903), Andrew Campbell Chandler, Jr. (1856-1935), Cora Evelyn (Bean) Chandler (1858-1935), Charles Peleg Chandler (1857-19??), Frederick Hewett Chandler (1860-19??), and Roland Cunningham Chandler (1865-19??).

Arrangement:

Three separate arrangements on the CD: by author, by year, and chronologically.

Access Restrictions:

Finding Aid/Index: No access restrictions, but copying not allowed.

Box
Mss. CD 1

Digital copies of Chandler family documents and letters, 1834-1881