• Edmund A. Chester

    Edmund Albert Chester, Sr. - (June 22, 1897 – October 14, 1973) - was a senior Vice President and executive at the CBS radio and television networks during the 1940s. As Director of Latin American Relations he collaborated with the Department of State to develop CBS's "La Cadena de Las Americas" radio network in support of Pan-Americanism during World War II. He also served as a highly respected journalist and Bureau Chief for Latin America at Associated Press and Vice President at La Prensa Asociada in the 1930s.

  • Chester A. Congdon (ship)

    Chester A. Congdon (ship)

    The Chester A. Congdon was a bulk steel freighter named after the lawyer and capitalist of the same name. It was launched in 1907 and sank on November 6, 1918 in Lake Superior near Isle Royale. The wreckage remains at the bottom of the lake, and in 1984 was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Inauguration of Chester A. Arthur

    Inauguration of Chester A. Arthur

    The inauguration of Chester A. Arthur as the 21st President of the United States was held on Tuesday, September 20, 1881, at 123 Lexington Avenue in New York City, New York, following the death of President James A. Garfield the previous evening. The inauguration marked the commencement of Chester A. Arthur's only term (a partial term of 3 years, 165 days) as President. This was the fourth non-scheduled, extraordinary inauguration to take place during the 19th century, and was the first to take place in New York City since George Washington's first inauguration in 1789.

  • Chester A. Kowal

    Chester A. Kowal

    Chester A. Kowal (August 17, 1904 – September 28, 1966) was an American politician, a basketball player, a boxer and a World War II veteran. From 1962 to 1965 he was mayor of Buffalo, New York; he is the last Republican mayor of that city to date.

  • Chester A. Arthur Home

    Chester A. Arthur Home

    The Chester A. Arthur Home was the residence of the 21st President of the United States, Chester A. Arthur (1829–1886), both before and after his four years in Washington, D.C., while serving as Vice President and then as President. It is located at 123 Lexington Avenue, between 28th and 29th Streets in Rose Hill, Manhattan, New York City. Arthur spent most of his adult life living in the residence. While Vice President, Arthur retreated to this house after the July 2, 1881 shooting of President James Garfield. Arthur was in residence here when Garfield died on September 19, and took the presidential oath of office in this building. A commemorative bronze plaque was placed inside the building in 1964 by the Native New Yorkers Historical Society and New York Life Insurance, and the house was designated a National Historic Landmark on January 12, 1965.

  • Chester A. Dolan, Jr.

    Chester A. Dolan, Jr.

    Chester A. Dolan Jr. was an American politician who served as President of the Massachusetts Senate in 1949.

  • Chester A. Chesney

    Chester Anton Chesney (March 9, 1916 – September 20, 1986) was a U.S. Representative from Illinois. He was of Polish descent.

  • List of federal judges appointed by Chester A. Arthur

    Following is a list of all Article III United States federal judges appointed by President Chester A. Arthur during his presidency. In total Arthur appointed 21 Article III federal judges, including 2 Justices to the Supreme Court of the United States, 4 judges to the United States circuit courts, and 15 judges to the United States district courts. Arthur shared the appointment of Addison Brown with his predecessor, James A. Garfield, with Garfield placing him on the bench via a recess appointment and Arthur later nominating him to the same seat and issuing his commission. William White was confirmed by the United States Senate and received his commission from President Arthur, but died before taking the oath of office or commencing service. Nevertheless, he is counted as a successful appointment.

  • Chester A. Reynolds Memorial Award

    In 1990, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum (formerly National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center) established the Chester A. Reynolds Award, named in honor of the founder of the Museum, Chester A. Reynolds. This special award does not include an induction into one of the Museum's three Halls of Fame.

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