Portrait of Mrs. Thomas Chester, painted by Colonel Trumbull and two large Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Isaacs, (painting)
Chester, Thomas, Mrs
Isaacs, Ralph, Mrs
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 794
These last were pierced by English bayonets, while hanging in the hall of Mr. Ingersoll's house, on Water Street, during the invasion of the British in July, 1779. [Exhibited under heading: "Articles Solicited for Record on the Hand-Book, which were not received at the exhibition." Full entry reads: "Portrait of Mrs. Thomas Chester, painted by Colonel Trumbull; and two large Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Isaacs, of Branford, Conn."]
Hand-Book of the Centennial Exhibition of Antiquarian and Revolutionary Relics, held in New Haven, Connecticut, from June 10th to July 2d, 1875, in aid of the National Centennial Fund of Philadelphia. New Haven, Conn.: Punderson & Crisand, Printers, 12 Center Street. 1875.