George Earle Chamberlain Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection contains correspondence concerning Chamberlain's work on several Washington and Lee University committees from 1904-1908, including committee work on a chapter house for Phi Kappa Psi and on the new Carnegie library. It also includes his two notebooks from law courses (1875-1876) taught by John Randolph Tucker. Lastly, there is an 1874 photograph of Chamberlain and two fraternity brothers, G. M. Effinger, Class of 1874, and Floyd Farrar, Class of 1875.
- Creation: Inclusive 1874-1908
- Creation: Majority of material found within Bulk 1904-1908
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Biographical / Historical
George Earle Chamberlain was an 1876 graduate of Washington and Lee University Law school, governor of Oregon (1902-1910), and a U. S. Senator from Oregon (1909-1920).
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Chamberlain's grandson, George E. Chamberlain, on 12/30/1998.
Blue sheet prepared by Betty Kondayan (12/8/99)
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