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Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1860

Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1860

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...

122 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
Diary: James P. Stabler, 1827 (Volume 1)

Diary: James P. Stabler, 1827 (Volume 1)

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102 pages: 37% complete (51% transcribed, 14% needs review)
Diary: James P. Stabler, 1827 (Volume 2)

Diary: James P. Stabler, 1827 (Volume 2)

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97 pages: 3% complete (4% transcribed, 1% needs review)
Diary: James P. Stabler, 1827 (Volume 3)

Diary: James P. Stabler, 1827 (Volume 3)

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100 pages: 3% complete (3% transcribed)
Diary: James P. Stabler, 1827 (Volume 4)

Diary: James P. Stabler, 1827 (Volume 4)

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50 pages: 12% complete (30% transcribed, 18% needs review)
Letter: E. Stabler to James Hallowell

Letter: E. Stabler to James Hallowell

Letter and envelope written by E. (Edward?) Stabler to James Hallowell on "fourth day, night" from Baltimore, Maryland. Stabler writes of where he intends to travel in the coming days. He speaks of avoiding the "raids".

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Letter: Edward Stabler Jr. to Edward Stabler, March 3, 1880

Letter: Edward Stabler Jr. to Edward Stabler, March 3, 1880

Original handwritten letter dated March 3, 1880 from Edward Stabler Jr. of Baltimore, Maryland to his father Edward Stabler of Sandy Spring, Maryland. Edward Jr. writes regarding the history reaping and mowing machines.

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Letter: Edward Stabler to James Harland, July 9th, 1865

Letter: Edward Stabler to James Harland, July 9th, 1865

Handwritten draft of a letter dated July 9, 1865 from Edward Stabler of Sandy Spring, Maryland the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, James Harlan. Stabler describes his opposition to the extension of a patent for a threshing machine.

5 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
Letter: Edward Stabler to James S. and Margaret Hallowell

Letter: Edward Stabler to James S. and Margaret Hallowell

Letter written by E. (Edward) Stabler of Sandy Spring, MD to his daughter Margaret S. Hallowell and her husband, James S. Hallowell, in Alexandria, VA. Edward writes about getting " the boys" and specifically Jordan (Stabler) prepared for an unspecified journey. A note from Margaret's mother...

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Letter: Edward Stabler to Jonathon Jessop, May 25, 1843

Letter: Edward Stabler to Jonathon Jessop, May 25, 1843

Original handwritten copy of a letter dated May 25, 1843 from Edward Stabler of Sandy Spring, Maryland to Jonathon Jessop. Stabler writes details of commission for a manufacture of a threshing machine.

2 pages: 100% complete (100% transcribed)
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