Julian A.C. Chandler
Julian Alvin Carroll Chandler was the eighteenth president of the College of William and Mary from 1919 until his death in 1934. His son, Alvin Duke Chandler, also served as president of the College. President Julian A. C. Chandler was a graduate of William and Mary and Johns Hopkins University. Before becoming president he was an educator, textbook author, and college administrator; professor of English and history; and superintendent of Richmond public schools.
- Julian A.C. Chandler, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library
- Dr. Chandler Accepts Offer, The Flat Hat 16 April 1919.
- Professor Carolyn Whittenburg has written and spoken extensively about President Chandler's impact on the College of William and Mary, especially related to women faculty and students.
- President Chandler’s transformation of William and Mary, Carolyn Whittenburg, W&M News 21 April 2005.
- Carolyn Whittenburg Oral History Interview by students from the Williamsburg Documentary Project. Audio and index available in the digital repository.
- President J.A.C. Chandler and the first women faculty at the College of William and Mary, Prof. Whittenburg's dissertation is available for checkout in Swem Library (call number LD6051 .W5m Educ., 2004, W58), reading in the Special Collections Research Center reading room, or for downloading via ProQuest database (linked from the dissertation's record in Swem Library's online catalog) for those with College of William and Mary privileges.
|Preceded by||College of William and Mary President||Succeeded by|
|Lyon G. Tyler
August 23, 1888 - June 30, 1919
|Julian A.C. Chandler
July 1, 1919 - May 31, 1934
|John Stewart Bryan
July 1, 1934 - January 1, 1943
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