Items associated with name 'Humphreys Family'

Humphreys Family papers

by Humphreys, Eugene W.Humphreys, Josephine (1860 – 1963)

4 cartons, 2 boxes (5 linear feet)

The Humphreys family papers document the educational and social activities of Dr. Eugene and Josephine Humphreys and their children who lived at 105 Broad Street, Salisbury, Maryland. Materials date from 1867-1963 with the bulk of the material dating from 1890-1933 including correspondence, educational, economic and photographic materials of the family. Also documented through correspondence, legal records, and photographs are boarders who resided with the Humphreys and associated families including Mary Gordon Toadvine, Joseph and Mary Graham and John D. Williams.

Associated Subjects: Business • Graham Family • Humphreys Family • Medical History • Recipes
Identifier: 2012.048
Repository: Local History Archives
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Margaret Stone papers

by Stone, Margaret (1895 – 2000s)

1 box, 1 oversize folder (0.5 linear feet)

The Margaret Stone papers are comprised of genealogy research conducted by Margaret Stone and relate to many different Wicomico County, Maryland families focusing specifically on the linage of Elihu and Annie “Nannie” Rider Jackson. Also contained within the collection are materials related to the Jackson Lumber Company of Riderwood, Alabama and Tony Tank Manor. In addition, there are items related to Ehliu Jackson’s political career. The materials date from 1895, 1982-2000, specifically documenting when Ms. Stone conducted her genealogical research.

Associated Subjects: Genealogy • Humphreys Family • Jackson Family • Politics
Identifier: 2000.017
Repository: Local History Archives
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Mary Elizabeth Humphreys papers

by Humphreys, Mary Elizabeth (1910 – 2012)

2 folders (0.02 linear feet)

The papers of Mary Elizabeth Humphreys documents her conviction for childhood education through a series of commentaries written in the early part of the 20th Century. Also included are the research materials used by Jason Illari and Dameon Gibbs who published Miss Humphrey's commentaries into a book titled, "The World Around Them: Commentaries of an Early 20th Century School Teacher," in 2012.

Associated Subjects: Humphreys Family
Identifier: 2013.100
Repository: Local History Archives
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Richard W. Cooper papers

by Cooper, Richard Waller (1605 – 2001)

18 boxes, 2 oversize folders (12.5 linear feet)

The Richard Cooper papers document his professional and personal activities through his collection of materials dating from 1605 to 2001. The documents focus on the religious and political histories of Wicomico and Worcester County as well as the history of the Mason-Dixon Boundary Line depicted through Cooper’s column in the Daily Times. The papers also document the topographic history of Delmarva through Cooper’s career as an engineering surveyor. Documents from his surveying career and interests include topographic maps, survey certificates, land deeds, and plats. A photograph album documents the construction of his family home at 611 Tony Tank Lane in Salisbury, Maryland. Materials within the collection include newspaper clippings, photographs, family histories, and correspondence. Drafts and manuscripts of Cooper’s published works on the history of Salisbury, Profile of a Colonial Community, Salisbury in Times Gone By, and Portrait of Salisbury are contained within the collection.

Identifier: 1987.093
Repository: Local History Archives
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Wicomico Historical Society collection

by Unknown (1683 – 2006)

80 boxes (53.5 linear feet)

The collections of the Wicomico Historical Society were amassed by the membership and governing board of the Society with the intent to collect and preserve the history of Wicomico County, Maryland. The records include an abundance of records documenting the land, culture, activities, businesses and the people of Wicomico County, Maryland from the 18th century to the late 20th century.

Associated Subjects: Adkins Family • Blades Family • Business • Genealogy • Humphreys Family • Humphreys Family • Land Records • Politics
Identifier: 2001.007
Repository: Local History Archives
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Wicomico Historical Society collection

by Unknown (1683 – 2006)

80 boxes (53.5 linear feet)

The collections of the Wicomico Historical Society were amassed by the membership and governing board of the Society with the intent to collect and preserve the history of Wicomico County, Maryland. The records include an abundance of records documenting the land, culture, activities, businesses and the people of Wicomico County, Maryland from the 18th century to the late 20th century.

Associated Subjects: Adkins Family • Blades Family • Business • Genealogy • Humphreys Family • Humphreys Family • Land Records • Politics
Identifier: 2001.007
Repository: Local History Archives
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