Frederick Chase papers
The papers of Frederick Chase contain correspondence with his mother, Sarah T. Chase, in which he describes his life in Washington, D. C. and the early events of the Civil War, discusses the career of his brother Walter and other family matters, and mentions prominent Washington people, among them Abraham Lincoln. It also includes his diary for the year 1861, when he was working in the United States Dept. of the Treasury, and his diary covering the years 1860 to 1874, as well as the docket book for his law firm, Chase, Hartley, and Coleman, covering the years 1870 to 1873. Chase's collection of autographs and an index for the collection is also included.
- 1860 - 1971
- Chase, Frederick, 1883-1977 (Person)
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Conditions Governing Use
Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
2 linear ft. (3 boxes)
Language of Materials
Frederick Chase (1883-1977), lawyer. Dartmouth Class of 1905. The collection contains correspondence with his mother, Sarah T. Chase, several diaries, as well as the docket book for his law firm, Chase, Hartley, and Coleman. Chase's collection of autographs and an index for the collection is also included.
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