Mr. and Mrs. John Hassett Chandler cabinet card, 1846 PDF
- Mr. and Mrs. John Hassett Chandler cabinet card
- 1846 (inclusive)18461846
- 1 cabinet card
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- Cabinet card photograph of missionaries to Siam
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The Chandlers were missionaries to Burma and Siam from 1841 to 1878. Mr. Chandler made translations into the Siamese and did considerable printing, making a font of type in the Siamese characters. Mrs. Chandler taught and did religious work. Mr. Chandler was honored with the appointment of United States Consul by President Buchanan and became confidante and personal advisor of the late king. For many years he acted as court interpreter.
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1 black and white cabinet card photographic print of Mr. and Mrs. Chandler, photographed by Lovejoy (Philadelphia). On verso "John H. Chandler, Mrs. Helen M. Chandler. Missionaries to Siam, 1846".
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