Bill, I am far from being an expert on any woodworking question and especially wood identification. That said, it looks like it could be maple. in the last picture I can see figure on the arms of the chair that is very reminiscent of maple.
Identifying furniture factory wood is problematic. Often the factory will use various commercially available species, depending on the component and how the species responds to the machining process. Once the parts are made and maybe assembled, the whole thing will be bleached then dye stained back to the intended color. This assures that today's output will match those that were made for the last so many years.