Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of the papers of David Maulden Perine, his sons William Buchanan Perine, E. Glenn Perine, and E. Glenn's son Washington Perine. Topics covered include legal practice, especially estate settlement in Baltimore, 1820s-1880s; Bank of Maryland affair, 1834; and Washington, Glenn, and Perine family histories.
This collection contains the incoming correspondence of Richard Dorsey, a tobacco inspector of Baltimore. Also included are land papers and legal documents relating to the Baltimore and Fredrick-Town Turnpike Road. The dates of the collection span 1797-1848.
The papers in the Rieman Family Collection span over 150 years, and document the genealogical history of the Rieman Family in Baltimore. The materials consist of legal papers, wills, land deeds, real estate records, plats and blueprints, and records of the genealogical research conducted by various Rieman family members during the twentieth century.
This collection consists of the papers of Robert E. Lee Hall (1862-1939), a Baltimore pharmacist, doctor, and lawyer. The papers depict not only Hall's legal career but his involvement in numerous political and community organizations as well.
This collection consists of the business papers of the Lowe, Seth and Ensey families, settlers in colonial Maryland. They contain indentures and deeds of land, land surveys, promissory notes, inventories of household goods, receipts for money received, legal papers and deeds pertaining to the Low and Seth families, and mortgages, 1709-1909.
The Shoemaker-Eccleston Collection consists of correspondence, notes, and receipts mainly relating to the wealthy benefactress Augusta Chambers Eccleston Shoemaker (1833-1907) and her father, John Bowers Eccleston (1794-1860), Maryland Court of Appeals Judge from 1851 to 1860.