Bibliography

Introduction: quote from History of Landaff, New Hampshire, compiled and written by Stanley P. Currier and Edgar T. Clement, 1966: quote taken from "Memories in the City of Dreams," a tribute to Harry Chandler by Edward M. Ainsworth.

Harry Chandler: birth, marriage and death certificates;
1880 census: Record group 29; T9-765, Lisbon, Grafton, p.2.
Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement 3, 1941-1945; Edited by Edward T. James, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1973; Glenn S. Dumke and Judson A. Grenier: "There is no good biographical account of Chandler. Information about his many activities has been pieced together from a variety of sources ranging from the scholarly to the muckraking and including the following: Morrow Mayo, Los Angeles (1933); Remi Nadeau, Los Angeles, From Mission to Modern City (1960) and The Water Seekers (1950); Robert M. Fogelson, The Fragmented Metropolis: Los Angeles, 1850-1930 (1967); Boyle Workman, The City That Grew (1935); Noel J. Stowe, ed., "Pioneering Land Development in the Californias," Calif. Hist. Soc. Quart., Mar. June, Sept. 1968; an interview with the son of one of Chandler's associates in the Mexican and other land ventures; Lowell L. Blaisdell, "Harry Chandler and the Mexican Border Intrigue, 1914-1917," Pacific Hist. Rev., November 1966; Anthony Cifarelli, "The Owens River Aqueduct and the Los Angeles Times" (M.S. thesis, UCLA 1969); Edward Ainsworth, Memories in the City of Dreams: A Tribute to Harry Chandler (1959) and History of the Los Angeles Times (1948); Harris Newmark, Sixty Years in Southern California., 1853-1913 (3rd ed. 1930); William R. Spaulding, Hist. and Reminiscences, Los Angeles City and County, vol I (n.d.); John Anson Ford, Thirty Explosive Years in Los Angeles County (1961); William Bonelli, Billion Dollar Blackjack (1954) overtly hostile to Chandler; Louis Adamic, Dynamite (1931); George Seldes, Lords of the Press (1938); Sidney Kobre, Modern American Journalism (1959); Edin Ermery, The Press and America (2nd ed., 1962); Editor and Publisher Year Book, 1921; Frank J. Taylor, "It Costs $1,000 To Have Lunch with Harry Chandler," Saturday Evening Post, Dec. 16, 1939; Chandler's comments on the 1936 campaign in Rev. of Revs., Mar. 1936; "Midas of Calif." Newsweek, October 2, 1944; "The Press: Third Perch," Time, July 15, 1935; Who Was Who in America, vol. II (1950); Nat. Cyc. Am. Biog., XL, 498; Los Angeles Record, Mar. 4-7, 1924, Nov. 24, 1925; Los Angeles Examiner, July 11, 1926, Sept. 24-26, 1944; Editor and Publisher, Sept. 30, 1944; articles from The Los Angeles Times and Among Ourselves, a house organ, in the Times library; interview with Norman Chandler; Dartmouth Alumni Mag. Dec. 1944, p. 64."

Moses Knight Chandler: marriage and death certificates; cemetery inscriptions; 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900 census records; taped reminiscences of Fred and Clara Chandler.
The Descendants of William and Annis Chandler, collected by George Chandler of Worcester, Mass. Press of Charles Hamilton, 1883, pp. 1215-1216.

Emma Jane Little: marriage and death certificates; 1850, 1860 1870, 1880, 1900 census records; cemetery inscriptions; The Descendants of George Little, by George Thomas Little, Auburn, Maine, 1882, pp. 394-395, 486-487.
Letters, diaries, and journals of Emma Jane Chandler (in author's possession)

Joseph Chandler: death certificates; cemetery inscriptions; census records: 1850,1860, 1870, 1880; The Descendants of William and Annis Chandler, collected by George Chandler of Worcester, Mass. Press of Charles Hamilton, 1883, page 899.

Kimball Little: The Decendants of George Little, by George Thomas Little, Auburn, Maine, 1882, pp. 394-395; History of the Kimball Family in America from 1634 to 1897, Leonard Allison Morrison, Boston, 1897, page 326. Cemetery inscriptions; The History of Warren, pp. 404-407. Veteran's records for Albert Little (in author's possession)

The Chandler Family - The First Six Generations: The Descendants of William and Annis Chandler, collected by George Chandler of Worcester, Mass. Press of Charles Hamilton, 1883, pp. 138, 289, 517-525.

The Clark Family - The First Six Generations: cemetery records;

The Little Family - The First Six Generations: The Descendants of George Little, by George Thomas Little, Auburn, Maine, 1882, pp 1-8, 14-17, 31-32, 36, 90, 218; History of the Kimball Family in America from 1634 to 1897, Leonard Allison Morrison, Boston, 1897, pp. 25-34, 44-45, 60-61, 91-92, 172-173, 325-326. cemetery records;

The Currier Family - The First Six Generations: cemetery records;
The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury Massachusetts, by David W. Hoyt, New England History Press, Somersworth 1981;
The Farringtons Colonists and Patriots, by Dorothy Farrington Parker, 1976. R929.2 F246-1.

quote about Susannah Martin: The Witchcraft Hysteria of 1692, by Leo Bonfanti, New England Historical Series, Volume II, PPI #2726A, 1977; pp. 11-17. For more about Susannah Martin, read John Greenleaf whittier's poem "The Witch's Daughter." published in 1857, or re-published as "Mabel Martin" in 1875.

Appendix: In Small Things Forgotten The Archeology of Early American Life, James Deetz, Anchor Books, Anchor Press/Doubleday, New York, 1977.

Thanks to Carolyn Strickler and Craig St. Clair at the History Center of the Los Angeles Times for sharing their knowledge and giving me advice and encouragement for the past few years. I also appreciate the help I received from their predecessor, Lois Markwith.