In the November 23rd 1947 issue of the New York times there was an article about a Book Fair at the National History Museum. No author was noted, but New York times reporter talks about a Chandler proram Copper Toed Boots by Marguerite de Angeli was included at an event at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The article talked about a book fair with various presentations about science, public policy, live dramatizations of stories, and Chandler’s unique recorded dramatization. This shows that at one point in time, a Chandler program was featured at a world renowned institution. This recording was a part of the series that kind of won a Peabody Award. This report will mark a nice milestone on the chronological timeline of achievements I am putting together about Chandler’s life the story is about a kid that is good at bartering.