The Stabler Family

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The Stabler Family
Letters, diaries, scrapbooks and more associated with the Stabler family of Sandy Spring.
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)
Scrapbook: Anna McFarland Stabler, c. 1875- c.1812

Scrapbook: Anna McFarland Stabler, c. 1875- c.1812

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.

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184 pages: 64% complete (85% transcribed, 20% needs review)
Store Ledger: J.P. Stabler & Co. (Sandy Spring Store), 1819-1826

Store Ledger: J.P. Stabler & Co. (Sandy Spring Store), 1819-1826

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 the...

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191 pages: 5% complete (7% transcribed, 2% needs review)
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