Original, handwritten diary of Ellen Stabler of Sandy Spring, Md. Diary contains six pages of intermittent entries from 1852 to 1855. Ellen Stabler (1834-1924) was a life-long resident of Sandy Spring, Md and member of the Sandy Spring Friends Meeting (Quaker). She never married and lived most of...
Original, handwritten diary of Ellen Stabler of Sandy Spring, Md. dated from January 1st to December 17th, 1860. Ellen Stabler (1834-1924) was a life-long resident of Sandy Spring, Md and member of the Sandy Spring Friends Meeting (Quaker). She never married and lived most of her life in the...
Original, handwritten letter dated July 14, 1865 from J.J. Coombs of Washington DC to Edward Stabler of Sandy Spring Md. . Coombs writes of patent litigation.
Original handwritten letter dated May 27, 1831 from Milton Smith of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to his "esteemed cousin", Edward Stabler of Sandy Spring, Maryland. Smith relays costs for industrial lathes and speaks of mutual acquaintances and international affairs.
Original handwritten letter dated July 18, 1843 from both Sally and Augustus Jordan to their uncle Edward Stabler. Augustus writes of specifications for a rifle and Sally offers updates on mutual acquaintences.
Bound scrapbook compiled by Anna McFarland Stabler of Sandy Spring, Maryland from approximately 1875 to 1912. The scrapbook largely contains newspaper clippings on a variety of topics wit a few personal momentos and additional ephemera.
Store ledger, 1819-1821 for J.P Stabler & Co. (Sandy Spring Store) located in Sandy Spring, Md. Ledger shows names of customers, items purchased, and prices. J.P Stabler & Company (commonly known as Sandy Spring Store) was opened in 1819 by James P. Stabler and Caleb Bentley. It served as...
Ticket number 318 made out to Edward Stabler to attend the National Exhibition of American Manufacturers on May 20, 1846 in Washington DC.