551 Louisiana Street
Dr. A. H. Chandler was a dentist in Sturgeon Bay in the late 1800s and early 1900s. His home at the corner of N. Sixth and Louisiana (formerly Sherman and Cottage) was designed by architect F. D. Crandall, who designed many local buildings. Dr. Chandler was well known for his sense of humor, known to play practical jokes and tell tall tales about all his fishing buddies. Occasionally the tables turned and there would be an amusing story about Dr. Chandler in the newspaper. The Chandler name is on the sidewalk on the Louisiana side of the house.
This site is part of the Sturgeon
Bay, Wisconsin sidewalk stones project of Ginny Haen, Assistant Curator, Door
County Historical Museum.1