Edward Stabler Letters

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Edward Stabler (1794-1883) was a true polymath; he was a farmer, postmaster, seal maker, and inventor. In fact, he designed the very first United States presidential seal! These letters are generally from people and organizations seeking his services.

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Letter:  to editor of American Farmer

Letter: to editor of American Farmer

4 pages: 0% indexed, 100% transcribed
Letter: Ann R. Stabler to Edward Stabler

Letter: Ann R. Stabler to Edward Stabler

2 pages: 0% indexed, 100% transcribed
Letter: Henry Tyson to Edward Stabler, July 25, 1849

Letter: Henry Tyson to Edward Stabler, July 25, 1849

1 page: 0% indexed, 100% transcribed
Letter: Montgomery Company to Edward Stabler, 1842

Letter: Montgomery Company to Edward Stabler, 1842

1 page: 0% indexed, 100% transcribed
Letter: Phineas Davis to E. Stabler, 1831

Letter: Phineas Davis to E. Stabler, 1831

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Letter: Ross W[?] to Edward Stabler, March 20, 1845

Letter: Ross W[?] to Edward Stabler, March 20, 1845

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