Ellen Stabler Diaries

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Ellen Stabler Diaries
Born in 1834, Ellen wrote her first diary in 1852 and continued for a majority of her life until 1922. While Ellen never married or had any children, her diaries reveal that she was an active member of the Sandy Spring community, volunteering for several local organizations throughout her life. She remained active up until her death in 1924 and at the time was one of the oldest residents in Sandy Spring. As a result, these diaries serve as an excellent primary source on social life and relationships in Sandy Spring throughout the nineteenth and early 20th century.
Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1864-1867

Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1864-1867

291 pages: 47% complete (2% indexed, 98% transcribed, 51% needs review)
Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1872

Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1872

129 pages: 39% complete (5% indexed, 100% transcribed, 60% needs review)
Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1886

Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1886

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165 pages: 12% complete (2% indexed, 18% transcribed, 5% needs review)
Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1897

Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1897

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173 pages: 47% complete (0% indexed, 87% transcribed, 39% needs review)
Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1906

Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1906

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158 pages: 13% complete (1% indexed, 31% transcribed, 17% needs review)
Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1922

Diary: Ellen Stabler, 1922

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87 pages: 26% complete (1% indexed, 51% transcribed, 25% needs review)
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