Papers, 1803-1851.


Chase, Philander, 1775-1852. Papers, 1803-1851.

Papers, 1803-1851.

Correspondence relating to family matters, personal affairs, his work in the Episcopal Church, and the founding to Kenyon College. Includes letters written while he was in England raising funds for Kenyon College as well as church affairs. Some letters are retained copied and fair copies.

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