Chandler's Band, Portland, 1898
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Chandler's Band of Portland in 1898. The director is Philip Robinson.
The members pictured are front row, from left, John Melia, flute and piccolo; Clarence Merriman, oboe; clarinets, David Willard, John Leighton, Charles Hurd, A.W. Whittier, and Horace E. Mills.
Second row, from left, are Edward Webb, baritone; cornets Fred Chipman, Ira W. Davis, Howard Babb, Charles Brooks, and Edward Blanchard.
Third row, from left, are B flat basses, Harry Green, Samuel Guimond, and Woodbury Harrington; horns, A.W. Cole, James Bain, and Charles Richards; trombones F. O. Welcome, Nathaniel Blanchard, and Bernard Greely; Fred Bradford, bass drum; and George Felt and Edward Beals, tenor drums.
- Title: Chandler's Band, Portland, 1898
- Creation Date: 1898
- Subject Date: 1898
- Town: Portland
- County: Cumberland
- State: ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Local Code: Coll. S-765, 28/17
- Collection: Early Cape Elizabeth bands
- Object Type: Image
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Whittier, A. W.
Mills, Horace E.
Davis, Ira W.
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