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Mary W. Stewart was the postmistress of Oxford, Maryland, from 1877 to 1940. The collection consists of correspondence to and from Mary Stewart and her family, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia relating to her tenure as postmistress. It also includes a blueprint of Mary Stewart's home and post office in Oxford, Maryland.
Gladys Marie Stigler was a student at Western High School in Baltimore, Maryland. Her scrapbook dates from 1917-1926 and chronicles her experiences as a student at Western as well as fellow students, faculty, theater programs and cast members, publications from Baltimore City College, and other topics.
Frederick Stone (1820-1899) was a lawyer, U. S. Congressman, Maryland Delegate, and judge of the Court of Appeals of Charles County, Maryland. This collection consists of correspondence to Frederick Stone from his wife, Jennie, and his daughters, especially his daughter Bessie Brown, who wrote to him from New Orleans and died after a long illness in 1889.
The Jacklin Bolton Stopp collection contains materials from 1774 to 1972, with the bulk of the collection dating from approximately 1840 to 1910. Materials include pedagogical musical materials, tune books, other compilations of sacred or secular songs, and sheet music. The collection also includes cantata scores, librettos, hymnals, and music-related books. Most scores and collections of printed music were published in the United States.
Jacklin Bolton Stopp is an American musicologist and scholar of nineteenth-century American music who has written several papers on the history of the secular cantata in the United States. Stopp’s papers include her professional subject files and correspondence, as well as her collection of nineteenth-century music serials. Also included are collected ephemera from about 1860 to 1940, such as sheet music catalogs, musical advertisements, and specimen pages.