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date: 18 February 2020

Chandler, Julian Alvin Carrolllocked

(29 October 1872–31 May 1934)
  • Kenneth W. Rose

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Chandler, Julian Alvin Carroll (29 October 1872–31 May 1934), historian and president of the College of William and Mary (1919-1934), historian and president of the College of William and Mary (1919–1934), was born near Guinea in Caroline County, Virginia, the son of physician Joseph Alsop Chandler and Emuella Josephine White. Raised on a farm, Chandler entered the College of William and Mary intent upon a medical career, but by the time he graduated, in 1891, had decided to teach. He taught English and history at William and Mary while working on his M.A. (1892). He earned his doctorate in history at Johns Hopkins University in 1896....

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