Chamberlain Ledger Book, 1875-1877
- Chamberlain, Aaron H., Author
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- Ledger Book
- This item is a ledger book that belonged to Dr. Aaron H. Chamberlain (b. 1829, d. 1916). As a doctor and physician, he practiced his job out of his former home in Scotland, Ontario. Encased in a green cover, this ledger was used to keep record of his patients, some of his daily activities, and of financial transactions from June 16th, 1875 to August 7, 1877. For example, on May 22 1877, a Mr. George Elliot picked up an order of medicine for .50 cents, while on July 21 1877, Mr. Harvey Allen spent $1.50 while visiting someone named Alfred. Most transactions recorded are between 50 cents and several dollars in value. On the third last page Dr. Chamberlain signed his name "Dr. Aaron H. Chamberlain M.D."
- Dr. Aaron Chamberlain was born in East Oakland, near Oxford County, Ontario to Joel and Elvira Main Chamberlain on 7th October, 1829. Aaron attended the Michigan Medical College at the University of Michigan between 1864 and 1865, and the Victoria Royal Medical School in 1867. He would marry Melinda Clark Chamberlain on 10th November, 1869, the same year he obtained his medical licence in Ontario. He would practice allopathic medicine near his home for over forty years. Aaron died in Kelvin, Ontario on 11th November, 1916. He was the father of Charles Hedgers Chamberlain.
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- Chamberlain, Aaron H., Dr.
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- Brant Museum and Archives Collection
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Latitude: 43.0834 Longitude: -80.49968
Latitude: 43.0168 Longitude: -80.36637
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- Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
- Recommended Citation
- Chamberlain, Dr. Aaron H. "Chamberlain Ledger Book, 1875-1877." Brant Museum and Archives Collection. Item No. 2000.6.1.004.
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