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by Gov. Fenton and senate as commissary-
gen, with rank of brig. -gen. Was one of 5
charter mems. 1st Nat. Bank;' was pres.
Capital City Ins. Co., Bd. of Trade of Al-
bany, Young Men's Assn. of Albany, East
Albany Gas Light Co. Past comdr. George
S. Dawson Post, G. A. R. ; mem. Loyal Le-
gion ; Alpha Delta Phi ; high in masonry,
past grand comdr. Knights Templar of N.
Y. Address: Museum Bldg., Albany, N. Y.

CHAMBERLAIN, Henry, mcht., farmer;
b. Pembroke, N. H., March 17, 1824; s. Moses
and Mary (Foster) C. ; ed. Pembroke and
Concord, N. H.; came to Mich, with father's
family in 1843; m., 1st, Jan. 16, 1851, Sarah
J. Nash; 2d, Nov. 19, 1856, Mrs. Rebecca
Vandevanter Ames. Founder of village of
Three Oaks, Mich., 1850; held many local
offices; mem. State legislature, 1849; mem.
bd. of control Mich. Agr'l Coll., 1883-9, 1891-
7; received the votes of his party 3 times
for Congress, 3 times for U. S. senator and
once for gov. ; Democrat. Grand master of
Masons in Mich., 1872; only survivor of the
men who organized the Mich. State Agr'l
Soc, 1849; engaged on a history of the early
settlements of the southwest towns of Ber-
rien Co., Mich. Address: Three Oaks, Mich.

CHAMBERLAIN, Henry Richardson,
London corr. New York Sun since 1892,
mgr. Laffan News Bureau; b. 111., Aug. 25,
1859; jr. Thomas C, of Boston; ed. public
schools; m. 1883, Abbie L. Sanger, Boston.
Journalist, Boston and New York, 1877-92;
mng. editor New York Press, 1888, Boston
Journal, 1891. Author: Six Thousand Tons
of Gold. Address: 1 Arundel St., Strand,
W. C, London.

CHAMBERLAIN, Isaac Dearborn, edi-
tor, past general master workman, Knights


of Labor; b. Fredericktown, O., Oct. 20, 1840;
5. Uriah T. C, anti-slavery leader and one
of founders Oberlin Coll.; academic ed'n;
m. Oct. 31, 1872, Lida Bennet, Kellogsville,
O. Served in Civil war, 18th Pa. cav., Kil-
patrick's div., Army Potomac; 1 yr. in Cus-
ter's command; army corr. Brie Gazette,
Cleveland Leader and other papers; teacher
graded and high schools; many yrs. owner
and publisher Independent Reform Press,
Pueblo, Colo.; mem. G. A. R. Residence: 814
E. 5th St., Pueblo, Colo.

CHAMBERLAIN, Jacob C, missionary
Reformed (Dutch) Ch. ; b. Sharon, Conn.,
April 13, 1835; grad. Western Reserve Coll.,
O., 1856; Theol. Sem. in New Brunswick, N.
J., 1859; Coll. Phys. & Surg., New York,
1859. In Dec, 1859, went as med. missionary
to Southern India; has resided in Madras
Presidency ever since, except during 3 va-
cations in America, taken mainly in conse-
quence of ill health. Stationed 1st at Pala-
manair, but since 1863 at Madanapalli; in
each has erected a hosp. and dispensary.
Address: Madanapalli, Madras Presidency,

CHAMBERLAIN, Joshua Lawrence,
educator, soldier; b. Brewer, Me., Sept. 8,
1828; grad, Bowdoin, 1852 (A. M., 1855; LL.
D., 1869), and Bangor Theol. Sem., 1855; also
LL. D., Pa. Coll., 1866; prof. Bowdoin; m.
Dec. 7, 1855, Frances C. Adams, Boston.
Entered army, 1862, lt.-col. 20th Me. inf.;
col., 1S63; promoted brig. -gen. on battlefield,
Petersburg, Va., 1864, by Gen. Grant; bvt.
maj.-gen., 1865, for conspicuous gallantry in
action; medal of honor, Gettysburg; comdr.
parade, surrender of Lee; thrice wounded,
once almost mortally; comd. 1st div., 5th
corps, Army of Potomac;; gov., Me., 1866-71;
pres. Bowdoin Coll., 1871-83. Since writer
and lecturer on public questions. U. S.
Comm'r of Ed'n to Paris Exp'n, 1900. Author:
Maine, Pier Place in History; Sovereignty
and Sacrifice; The Two Souls; American
Ideals; The New Nation; Ethics and Poli-
tics of the Spanish Question ; etc. ; also ar-
ticle, Maine in Encyclopedia Britannica.
Home: Brunswick, Me.

CHAMBERLAIN, Mary Crowinshield
Endicott; b. Salem, Mass., d. William C.
Endicott; m. Nov. 15, 1888, Joseph Chamber-
lain, M. P. for Birmingham, Sec of State
for the Colonies in Lord Salisbury's cab-
inet. Address: Highbury, Moor Green, Bir-
mingham, England, and 40 Prince's Gardens,
London, S. W., England.

CHAMBERLAIN, Montague, sec Law-
rence Scientific School, Harvard Univ.; b.
St. John, N. B., April 5, 1844; s. Samuel M.
and Catherine W. (Stevens) C, both school
teachers in St. John father retired officer
British army; ed. St. John, at private
schools, until March, 1858. Left school be-
fore 14, entered employ of Am. Telegraph
Co., as messenger; afterward bookkeeper
for dry goods house, and for short time
reporter for Morning Journal of St. John.
Bookkeeper 18 yrs., and partner, 1885-7, firm
of J. & W. F. Harrison, wholesale grocers,
St. John. Entered employ of Harvard,
Aug., 1889, as asst. sec; in 1893 became sec.



of Scientific School. For 10 yrs. was active
mem. of Canadian army; retired with rank
of capt. ; unmarried. Mem. Natural History
Soc. of N. B., Boston Natural History Soc,
Am. Ornithol. Union, Nuttall Ornithol.
Club, Victorian Club (Boston), Boston Folk
Lore Soc, and Indian Industries League.
Well known as ornithol. writer. Author:
Canadian Birds, 1870 Ol; Systematic Table
of Canadian Birds, 1887 01; Nuttall's Or-
nithology, revised and extended, 1891 and
1896, L6; Birds of Greenland, 1S92 LG; Some
Canadian Birds, 1895 L10; The Church Army,
1897 H7; Maliseet Vocabulary, 1899 H7; The
Penobscot Indians, 1899. Also wrote Birds
of New Brunswick, 1882, and Mammals of
New Brunswick, 1884, in Bulletin of Nat.
Hist. Soc. of New Brunswick.; contribu-
tions to Nuttall Bulletin, The Auk; Forest
and Stream, Canadian Naturalist, Quebec
Chronicle and other journals. Address: Rus-
sell Hall, Cambridge, Mass.

CHAMBERLAIN, Paul Mellen, prof, of
mech. eng'ring Lewis Inst., Chicago, since
1899; b. Three Oaks, Mich., Feb. 28, 1865;
s. Henry C; grad. Mich. Agr'l Coll., B. S.,
1888, Sibley Coll., Cornell, M. E., 1890; m.
April 23, 1891, Olivia Langdon Woodward.
Asst. eng'r Frick Co., Waynesboro, 1890-2;
mech. eng'r Hercules Iron Works, Aurora,
111., 1892-3; asst. prof. mech. eng'ring, Mech.
Agr'l Coll., 1893-6; asst. prof, drawing and
designs, Lewis Inst., 1896-9; offered pro-
fessorship of mech. eng'ring, Purdue Univ.,
1898; mem. Am. Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, Tau
Beta Pi, honor tech. fraternity; Chicago
Tech. Club. Inventor of the curved glass blue
print machine, and of metal dynamograph.
both as described in transactions of the Am.
Soc. Mech. Eng'rs, to which he has fur-
nished other tech. papers. Residence: 909
Adams St., Chicago.

CHAMBERLIJi, Henry Barrett, asst.
sec. Municipal Voters' League; b. Washing-
ton, March 10, 1867; ed. common schools of
Mansfield, O., and Chicago; studied at Un-
ion Coll. of Law, Northwestern Univ.; was
not grad. Editor and publisher The Guards-
man, mil. newspaper, 1886-92; reportorial
work on Herald, Tribune, Inter Ocean,
Times, Record, all of Chicago; night mg'r
City Press Assn., 1891; with Laffan Bureau
and New York Sun, 1894; in charge various
dept's Omaha World-Herald, 1895-6. In
charge dispatch-boat Hercules of the Chi-
cago Record during Spanish- Am. war, 1898;
was between the fire of the fleets off San-
tiago, July 3, only newspaper boat there
during battle; cruised 35,000 miles, covering
news and stories throughout Cuba, Puerto
Rico and West Indies; city editor Chicago
Record, 1898-1901. Officer 1st inf., 111. Nat.
Guard, resigned, 1894. Residence: 5419 Indi-
ana Av., Chicago.

CHAMBERLIJI, Joseph Edgar, editor,
author; b. Newbury, Vt., Aug. 6, 1851; ed. in
Wis.; newspaper editor until 1890 on Chi-
cago Times, Newport (R. I.) Daily News,
Fall River (Mass.) Daily Herald, Boston
Record, Advertiser and Transcript; then
asst. editor Youth's Companion; essayist,
mag. writer; war corr. of New York Even-

ing Post, 1898, in Cuba. Author: The List-
ener in the Town; The Listener in the
Country. Address: Wrentham, Mass.
CHAMBERLIN, Joseph Hanson, dean
Marietta, O., Coll.; b. Beloit, Wis., Nov. 2,
1846; grad. Beloit Coll., 1872; (A. M., 1875;
Litt. D., Western Univ. of Pa., 1897); m.
July 6, 1876, Lilla Celia Redington, White-
water, Wis. Prin. common schools of Lan-
caster, Wis., and Black River Falls, Wis.;
had charge of Latin dept., Carleton Coll.,
Minn., 2 yrs.; spent 2 yrs. in graduate
study, Yale and Univ. of Leipzig, Germany;
since 1881 at Marietta Coll. ; now prof. Eng-
lish literature and advanced Latin. Address:
Marietta, O.

CHAMBERLIN, McKendree Hypes,
pres. McKendree Coll., Lebanon, 111., since
1894; b. Nov. 17, 1838; grad. McKendree
Coll., 1859 (A. M., 1861; LL. B., Harvard,
1861; LL. D., U. S. Grant Univ., Chatta-
nooga, 1896); m. June 8, 1869, Helen L.
Dana. Practiced law in Kansas City, Mo.,
and Beardstown, 111. ; defeated candidate for
Congress, Springfield, 111., dist., 1872; sec.
111. State R. R. Comm'n, 1877-81. Author
numerous pamphlets and addresses on edn'l
and other subjects. Lay delegate to Gen.
Conf. of M. E. Ch., Cleveland O., May, 1896;
lay delegate to Gen. Conf. of Chicago, 1900;
delegate-elect to Ecumenical Conf., London,
England, Sept., 1901. Address: Lebanon, 111.

CHAMBERLIN, Thomas Crowder, geol-
ogist; b. Mattoon, 111., Sept. 25, 1843; grad.
Beloit Coll., 1866 (A. M., 1869); grad., sci-
ence, Univ. of Mich., 1868-9; (Ph. D., univs.
of Mich, and Wis., 1882; LL. D., Univ. of
Mich., Beloit Coll. and Columbian, 1887);
m. 1867, Alma Isabel Wilson. Prof, natural
science, State Normal School, Whitewater,
Wis., 1869-73; prof, geology, Beloit, 1873-82;
pres. Univ. of Wis., 1887-92; since 1892 head
prof, of geology and dir. Walker Museum,
Univ. of Chicago. Asst. State geologist,
Wis., 1873-6; chief geologist, Wis., 1876;
studied glaciers of Switzerland, 1878; U. S.
geologist in charge of glacial div. since 1882;
geologist Peary Relief expd'n, 1894. Author:
Geology of Wisconsin; also numerous geol.
papers; editor of The Journal of Geology.
Address: Hyde Park Hotel, Chicago.

CHAMBERLIN, Walter Howard, asst.
U. S. Comm'r Patents since March 22, 1900;
b. Detroit, Feb. 9, 1866; J. Lewis H. C.;^d.
at Detroit; learned mechanics practically in
machine shop of Detroit Stove Works, De-
troit; m. Detroit, June 4, 1889, Ida May
Church. Began study of law in 1888 in of-
fices of Wells W. Leggett; became his part-
ner, 1889; admitted to bar at Detroit, Jan.,
1890; removed to Chicago, Jan., 1891; has
since practiced patent law until apptd. to
present position; Republican. Mem. Mil.
Order of the Loyal Legion., 111. Command-
ery, Knights Templar; mem. Union League
Club, Chicago, and the Cosmos and Co-
lumbia Golf Clubs of Washington. Residence:
1127 Sherwin Av., Rogers Park, Chicago, 111.
Office: 1527 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago:

CHAMBERS, Julias, journalist, author;
b. Bellefontaine, 0., Nov. 21, 1850; ed. Ohio



Wesleyan Univ.; grad. Cornell, 1870; was
Phi Beta Kappa and Delta Kappa Epsilon;
read law with U. S. Att'y-Gen. Brewster,
Phila., and studied at Columbia Coll. Law
School; discovered Elk Lake, Minn., June
4, 1872, now recognized source of Mississippi.
Mng. editor New York Herald, 1886-9; 1st
editor Paris Herald; New York World since
1889 (now sp'l corr.). Author: A Mad World
' and Its People; On a Margin; Lovers Pour
and Maidens Five; Chats on Journalism;
Missing, A Romance of the Sargasso Sea;
The Rascal Club; One Woman's Life.
Edited: Michael Strogoff, by Jules Verne,
and The Human Comedy, by Balzac. Has
published over 100 mag. short stories.
Address: Lotus Club, New York.
CHAMBERS, Robert William, author,
artist; b. Brooklyn, May 26, 1865; s. Wil-
liam P. and Caroline (Boughton) C. ; ed.
Julian's Acad., Paris, 1886-93; m. July 12,
1898, Elsa Vaughn Moler. First exhibited
in Salon, 1889; illus. for Life, Truth, Vogue,
etc. Author: In the Quarter, 1893; The
King in Yellow, 1893; The Red Republic,
1894; A King and a Few Dukes, 1894; The
Maker of Moons, 1895; With the Band, 1895;
Oliver Lock; The Mystery of Choice, 1896;
Lorraine, 1896; Ashes of Empire, 1897; The
Haunts of Men, 1898: The Cambric Mask,
1899; Outsiders, 1899; The Conspirators, 1900;
Cardigan, 1901. Also "The Witch of El-
langowan," a drama played at Daly's Thea-
tre and written for Miss Ada Rehan, and
many mag. stories. Address: Century Club,
7 W. 43d St., New York.
CHAMBERS, Walter Boughton, archi-
tect; b. Brooklyn, Sept. 15, 1866; s. William
P. and Caroline (Boughton) C. ; grad. Yale,
1887; entered ficole des Beaux Arts, Paris,
France, 1889; pupil of Blondel. Mem. N.
Y. chapter, Am. Inst, of Architects and
Soc. Beaux Arts Architects. Residence: 422
West End Av. Office: 35 Wall St., New

CHAMPLIN, John Denison, author; b.
Stonington, Conn., Jan. 29, 1834; grad. Yale,
1856 (A. M., 1866); admitted to bar, 1859;
practiced a short time, but later became a
newspaper writer and editor. Since 1869
devoted to literature in New York. Mem.
Authors, Century and other clubs. Author:
Young Folks' Cyclopasdia of Common Things,
1879 H4; Young Folks' Catechism of Com-
mon Things, 1880 H4; Young Folks' Cyclopas-
aia of Persons and Places, 1880, 1899 H4;
Young Folks' Astronomy, 1881 H4; Young
Folks' History of War for the Union, 1881
H4; The Chronicle of the Coach, 1886 S3;
Young Folks' Cyclopaedia of Games and
Sports (with Arthur E. Bostwick), 1890 H4;
Young Folks' Cyclopaedia of Literature and
Art, 1901 H4. Editor : Fox's Mission to Russia,
1873 A2; Cyclopaedia of Painters and Paint-
ings (4 vols.), 1886-8 S3; Liber Scriptorum,
1893. Asso. editor The American Cyclo-
paedia (16 vols.), 1873-7 A2; The Standard
Dictionary, 1892-4 F3. Contributor to Fo-
rum, Outlook, etc.; also Evening Post and
New York Times. Address: 201 W. 78th St.,
New York.

CHAMPLIN, John Wayne, lawyer; b.
Kingston, Ulster Co., N. Y., Feb. 17, 1831;

5. Jeffrey C. C; ed. Rhinebeck Acad., 1846;
Harpersfield Acad. ; Stamford Sem. ; Dela-
ware Lit. Inst.; sp'l studies eng'ring and
law (hon. LL. D., Univ. of Mich.); m.
Polo, Ogle Co., 111., Oct. 1, 1856, Ellen
More. In 1854 removed from Harpersfield,
N. Y., to Grand Rapids, Mich. Was ad-
mitted to bar, June, 1855; city atty., 1857;
judge Recorder's court, 1861; mayor Grand
Rapids, 1867; judge Supreme Court, 1884-91.
Prof, law, Univ. of Mich., 1892-6; mem. Am.
Bar Assn. Mem. Political Science Assn.,
Am. Acad. Political and Social Science;
pres. Grand Rapids Hist. Soc. ; Democrat.
Address: 108 Jefferson Av., Grand Rapids,
CHAMPNEY, Benjamin, artist; b. New
Ipswich, N. H., Nov. 20, 1817; .?. Benjamin
C; academical ed'n; m. 1st, July, 1853,
Mary C. Brooks; 2d, June 26, 1879, Mrs.
Margaret Stevenson. Went to Boston, 1834;
began study of art, 1837; studied painting
in Paris, 1841-8; exhibited several pictures
in Paris Salon. Is landscape and flower
painter, occupied with White Mountain
scenery and the wild flowers of New Eng-
land. Owns summer cottage and spends
summers at North Conway, N. H. Author:
Sixty Years' Memories of Art and Artists.
Residence: Woburn, Mass. Studio: 21 Brom-
fleld St., Boston.
CHAMPNEY, Elizabeth Williams, au-
thor; b. (Williams) Springfield, O., Feb. 6,
1850; grad. Vassar, 1869; m. J. Wells Champ-
ney, May 15, 1875; traveled and resided in
Europe; wrote many, papers for Harper's
and Century. Author: The Witch Winnie
Books; The Bubbling Teapot; Howling
Wolf and His Trick Pony; All Around a
Palette; Bourbon Lilies; Rosemary and
Rue; Children's Art Sketches; In the Sky
Garden; Fables in Astronomy; also the
eleven vol. series of Vassar Girls Abroad;
Romance of the Feudal Chateaux, 1900 P2;
Colonial Songs, D3. Address: 96 5th Av.,
New York.
CHAMPNEY, James Wells, artist; b.
Boston, July 16, 1843; began art ed'n with
wood engraver in Boston; studied in Eu-
rope under Edouard Frere, Paris, and at
Antwerp Acad., 1868-9; m. May 15, 1875,
Elizabeth Williams. In 18S2 made asso.
mem. Nat. Acad. ; also mem. Am. Water
Color Soc. ; has painted genre pictures, and
since 1883 pastel portraits of many notables;
exhibitor oil paintings at Phila. Centennial,
1876, and pastels at World's Columbian
Exp'n, 1893; m. May 15, 1875, Elizabeth Wil-
liams. Address: 96 5th Av., New York.
CHAMPNEY, Marie, artist; b. Deerfield,
Mass., 1876; pupil Mile. Noeme Schmitt,
Paris, and Virginia Reynolds, Chicago Art
Inst. Has exhibited in Europe and Amer-
ica; exhibited Paris Exp'n, 1900. Address:
146 E. 37th St., New York.
CHANCE, Henry Martyn, mining eng'r,
geologist; b. Phila., Jan. 18, 1856; grad.
Univ. of Pa. (civ. and mining eng'ring),
1874; grad. Jefferson Med. Coll., 1881; m.
Lillie E. Mickley, April 20, 1882. Asst. ge-
ologist, Pa. geol. survey, 1874-84; geologist
in charge exploration coal fields in N. C,
1884; mgr. iron mines in Pa., 1885-6; asst.



mgr. tunnel work, 1S86-7; since 1887 in gen.
consulting practice as mining expert. Mem.
Am. Inst. Mining Eng'rs; Am. Philos. Soe. ;
Eng'rs Club of Phila. ; etc. Author of sev-
eral geol. reports, tech. papers, etc. A ddrcss:
420 Drexel Bldg., Philadelphia.
CHANCELLOR, Charles Williams, M.
D.; b. Spotsylvania Co., Va., Feb. 19, 1833;
ed. Georgetown Coll., Washington, 1848;
Univ. of Va., 1851-2; grad. Jefferson Med.
Coll., Phila., 1853; m. Feb. 28, 1867, Martha
A. Butler, Tenn. Med. dir., Gen. Pickett's
div., C. S. A., 1863-5; prof, surgery and
dean Washington Univ., 1868-75; sec. State
Bd. of Health, Md., 1875; pres. Md. State
Insane Asylum, 18S0; U. S. consul, Havre,
France, 1893-7. Hon. fellow Royal Soc.
Arts, Sciences and Literature, London.
Author: Treatise on Mineral Waters; Sew-
age Disposal; The Climate of the Eastern
Shore of Maryland; etc. Address: Wash-

CHANCELLOR, Eustathius. M. D. ; b.

Chancellorsville, Spotsylvania Co., Va.,
Aug. 29, 1854; ed. Univ. of Va. ; (A. M.,
St. Louis Univ.); grad. med. dept. same,
1876; took clinical studies at Univ. of Pa.,
1876; M. D., Univ. of Md., 1877; asst. resi-
dent physician, Univ. Hosp., Baltimore,
1878-9; practiced medicine at Charlottesville
with his father (Dr. J. Edgar C), 1879-80;
since then in St. Louis; one of founders
(1885), and prof, cutaneous and venereal
diseases (1885-90), Beaumont Hosp. Med.
Coll.; has been supreme med. dir. Legion
of Honor; also supervising med. examiner
for Mo. Royal Arcanum, etc.; med. dir.,
1891-6, State Nat. Guards, with rank of lt-
col.; sp'l examiner and referee for acci-
dent and life ins. co.'s; late sec. Mil. Sur-
geons Asn. of the U. S. Address: 501 Oriel
Bldg., St. Louis.
CHANDLER, Albert Brown, pres. Post-
al Telegraph-Cable Co., since 1886; b. W.
Randolph, Vt., Aug. 20, 1840; academic ed'n;
learned telegraphy; m. W. Randolph, Vt.,
Oct. 11, 1864, Marilla Eunice Stedman. Mgr.
Western Union Telegraph, Bellaire, O.,
1858-9; in service Cleveland & Pittsburg
Ry., 1859-63; in U. S. mil. telegraph ser-
vice, 1863-6; chief clerk in office of gen
supt. Eastern div., Western Union Tele
graph, and later also supt. 6th dist., 1866-75
asst. gen. mgr., sec.-treas., v. -p. and pres.
Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph Co., 1875-82
pres. Fuller Electric Co., 1881-4; counsel
for Postal Telegraph & Cable Co., 1884; re-
ceiver of same, 1885-6, becoming pres. on
reorganization; officer in several auxil-
iary co.'s and v.-p. and gen. mgr., New
York Quotation Co., since 1890 Residence:
389 Clinton Av., Brooklyn. Office: 253 Broad-
way, New York.

CHANDLER, Charles Frederick:, prof.

chemistry, Columbia Univ., since 1864; prof,
organic chemistry and pres. New York
Coll. of Pharmacy; b. Lancaster, Mass.,
Dec. 6, 1836; studied Lawrence Scientific
School, Harvard; Univ. of Gottingen and
Berlin (A. M., Ph. D., Univ. of Gottingen,
1856); M. D., Univ. of New York, 1873; LL.
D., Union Coll., 1873; D. Sc, Oxford Univ.,
1900. Pres. Centennial of Chemistry, 1874;

pres. Am. Chem. Soc, 1881-9; pres. Brit.
Soc. of Chem. Industry, 1899; pres. Chem-
ists' Club, 1899-1900. Chemist and pres.
Health Dept., New York, 1867-84; chem.
editor Johnson's Encyclopaedia. With his
brother, Prof. W. H. Chandler, of Lehigh
Univ., editor American Chemist, 1870-77.
Author of many chem. papers. Address:
51 E. 54th St., New York.

CHANDLER, Charles Henry, professor
mathematics, Ripon Coll., since 1883; b.
New Ipswich, N. H., Oct. 25, 1840; j. James
and Nancy (White) C. ; grad. Dartmouth,
1868 (A. M.); m. 1868, Eliza Francena Dwin-
nell (died, 1894). Taught in various acads. ;
prof. Antioch Coll., O., 1871-81; prof chem-
istry and physics, Ripon Coll., 1881-3. Fel-
low A. A. A. S. ; mem. Am. Math. Soc. ;
mem. Wis. Acad. Sciences, Arts and Let-
ters. Address: 308 W. Thorne St., Ripon,

CHANDLER, Franeis Ward, prof, archi-
tecture, Mass. Inst. Technology since 1888;
b. Boston, Sept. 30, 1844; s. Samuel Ward
C. ; grad. Lancaster Acad., Mass., 1861;
served, 1862-3, as private 53rd Mass. vols. ;
studied architecture; m. Alice Daland, Bos-
ton, Oct. 12, 1882. With Messrs. Ware &
Van Brunt, architects, Boston, 1864-7; stu-
dent in Paris, 1867-9; asst. in architectural
dept., Mass. Inst, of Technology, 1869-70;
asst. architect Treasury Dept., Washington,
1871-4; in partnership with E. C. Cabot,
Boston, 1874-88. Hon. mem. Am. Inst, of
Architects; mem. Bd. Art Comm'rs City of

Boston since 1898; advisory architect to
mayor of Boston since 1896. Author: Con-
struction Details, prepared for the use of
the students of Mass. Inst, of Technology,
1892; Notes on Limes, Cements, Mortars and
Concretes, 1892. Editor: Municipal Archi-
tecture in Boston, 1898. Wrote: A Few
Hints About Drainage, 1888; The Study of
Architecture, 1892, both articles in Tech-
nology Quarterly. Address: 195 Marlborough
St., Boston.

CHANDLER, Frank Wadleigh, prof,
literature and history, Polytechnic Inst, of
Brooklyn, since 1901; b. Brooklyn, June 16,
1873; s. Frank Hilton and Narcissa (Davis)
C. ; grad. Polytechnic Inst., A. B., 1894;
studied literature and philosophy, Columbia,
1895-9; literature, Oxford, London, and Par-
is (A. M., 1896, Ph. D., 1899, Columbia
Univ.); unmarried. Traveled and studied in
Europe, 1894, 1896, 1898; instr., 1899, asst.
prof., 1900-01, literature and history, Poly-
technic Inst. ; lecturer comparative litera-
ture, Columbia, 1901. Mem. Modern Lan-
guage Assn. of America. Author: Romances
of Roguery, an Episode in the History of
the Novel, 1899 Ml. Wrote: Some Theories
of the Novel's Evolution, East and West,
July, 1900. Address: 177 S. Oxford St.,

CHANDLER, Izora (Mrs.), artist, author;
grad. Coll. of Fine Arts of Syracuse Univ.
as Bachelor of Painting; studied in Europe;
on her return received degree of Master of
Painting from Syracuse Univ. ; specialty is
miniatures of dogs upon ivory; illustrator
for various publishers, and writes for num-



erous periodicals; art and music critic lor
The Christian Advocate, New York. Author:
Anthe; Methodist Episcopalianism; Three
of Us; A Dog of Constantinople (illustrated
by herself); Elvira Hopkins of Tompkins
Corners. Address: 33 W. 12th St., New

CHANDLER, Seth Carlo, astronomer; b.
Boston, Sept. 17, 1846; .?. Seth end Mary
(Cheever) C. ; ed. Boston English High
School (LL. D., De Pauw Univ., Ind.); m.
Boston, Oct. 20, 1870, Carrie M. Herman.
Editor Astronomical Jour, since 1896. Re-
ceived the Watson gold medal and the gold
medal of the Royal Astron. Soc. of Eng-
land. Fellow A. A. A. S., 1882; mem. Nat.
Acad, of Sciences; foreign asso. Royal As-
tron. Soc, London. Address: 16 Craigie St.,
Cambridge, Mass.

CHANDLER, William Eaton, lawyer; b.
Concord, N. H., Dec. 28, 1835; common
school ed'n; grad. Harvard Law School, and
admitted to bar, 1855; became reporter of
decisions of Supreme Court, N. H., 1859;
mem. N. H. legislature, 1862, 1863, 1864 and

1881, speaker, 1863-4; apptd. solicitor and
judge-advocate-gen., Navy Dept., March 9,
1865; 1st Asst. Sec. of Treas., June 17, 1865;
resigned Nov. 30, 1867; mem. N. H. Consti-
tutional Conv., 1876; apptd. Solicitor-Gen. U.
S., March 23, 1881, but rejected by Senate;
Sec. of the Navy, April 12, 1882, to March
7, 1885; U. S. senator, 1887-1901. Address:
Concord, N. H.

CHANDLER, William Henry, prof,
chemistry since 1871, dir. of library since
1878, Lehigh Univ.; b. New Bedford, Mass.,
Dec. 13, 1841; ed. at Union Coll.; chemist
for various cos., 1861-7; instr. Columbia
School Mines, 1868-71. Fellow Chem. Soc. of
London; mem. chem. socs. of Paris and New
York. Brother of Charles Frederick Chand-
ler. Address: S. Bethlehem, Pa.

CHANDLER, William Jessup. M. D.;
b. Montrose, Pa., July 11, 1842; g. s. Hon.
William Jessup, LL. D. ; grad. Yale, 1864;
Coll. Phys. & Surg., New York, 1868; m.
March 12, 1873, Jennie Milligan (died, Jan.
1, 1897). House physician Bellevue Hosp.,
1869; established practice at S. Orange, N.

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