Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The collection is comprised primarily of correspondence as well as legal documents, deeds, wills and indentures, and some of Judge John Glenn's and his son William Wilkins Glenn’s personal correspondence, including letters from Reverdy Johnson, Daniel Webster, Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, Maryland Governor Thomas Pratt, General Henry Heth, General Louis Wigfall.
Reverend John Hersey collection
This collection consists of the the personal papers, namely correspondence, belonging to Reverend John Hersey, a Methodist Episcopal minister who came to Baltimore in 1835 as a missionary preacher. The material was collected by the Reverend Fletcher E. Marine during the period 1870-1889 while he was in the course of writing Hersey's biography.
Reverend John Lusby Pitts papers
This collection contains correspondence addressed to Reverend John Lusby Pitts, an itinerant Methodist minister in Maryland and Virginia, between 1798-1821. The majority of the letters are penned by other Methodist ministers and discuss camp meetings, revivals, conferences, politics, as well as daily life.
Ridgely family papers
This collection consists of the papers pertaining to the Ridgely family of Hampden in Baltimore, Maryland, from 1757 to 1949.
Vincent Godfrey Burns papers
This collection consists of the papers of Vincent Godfrey Burns (1893-1979), a Congregationalist minister and Poet Laureate of Maryland.