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Howard County (Md.)

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

David Carroll account book

Identifier: MS 0200

Records of apprenticeships with Daniel Hack at Savage Factory, Howard County, MD. Lists of personal expenses, also table of work at looms, showing number run and rate paid per piece.

Dates: 1828 - 1839

Donaldson papers

Identifier: MS 3277

This collection contains papers relating relating to the families of John Johnston Donaldson, his wife, Caroline Dorsey, and their children, circa 1764-1929. Included are the papers of Thomas Donaldson, a prominent lawyer, politician, and early member of the Maryland Historical Society.

Dates: 1764 - 1929

George W. Dobbin photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0175

This collection contains 251 images from the collection of George Washington Dobbin, a lawyer, judge, founding member of the Maryland Historical Society, and amateur photographer. The majority of the photographs in the collection are stereoviews, with most created by Dobbin.

Dates: 1850-1950

Patapsco Female Institute records

Identifier: MS 0643

This collection contains the records of the trustees of the Paptapsco Female Institute, a nineteenth century girls boarding school established in Ellicott's Mills (now Ellicott City), Maryland. The records include correspondence, minutes, and legal papers.

Dates: 1833-1896, 1921

Steiger family papers

Identifier: MS 2501

This collection contains the papers of William Tell Steiger (1801-1888) and his wife, Hannah Van Patten Steiger (fl. 1865-1900), both of Brightwood Farm near Laurel in Howard County, Maryland. This collection well documents the agrarian lifestyle that characterized pre-industrial America.

Dates: 1807-1887

Steiger family photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0025

This collection contains photographs of the Steiger family and their home, Brightwood, in Howard County, Maryland, near Laurel, Maryland. Also pictured is the family's winter home on the St. John River near Palatka, Florida, and a photo of St. Philips Church in Laurel, Maryland.

Dates: 1868-1910