The Society of the War of 1812 Scrapbook, MS 762, 1889-1904

Finding Aid to the Society of the War of 1812 Scrapbook, MS 762

H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society

 

Collection summary

 

Title

Society of the War of 1812 in Maryland Scrapbook, 1889-1904

Creator

Society of the War of 1812 in Maryland. Dr. Albert K. Hadel and James Davidson Inglehart, M. D.

Call number

MS 762

Inclusive dates

1889-1928

Bulk dates

1891-1904

Extent

1 vol.

Abstract

Summary: Various correspondence, newspaper clippings, and society ephemera relating to society events, members, and functions, especially memorials and celebrations honoring battles fought in Maryland. Inside cover: Society letterheads. Pages labeled A-Z: Notes on scrapbook’s content. Pages 7-9: Items undated-1891. 10-19: 1892-1893. 20-53: 1894. 54-68: 1895. 68-77: 1895-1896. 78-95: 1897. 96-103: 1898. 104-106:1899. 107-113: 1900. 119-121: 1901. 122-146: 1897, 1902-1903, 1912-1914, 1928. 147-150: 1903. 151-153: 1901, 1904. 208-209: 1901, 1915, 1928. 252-253: various.

Administrative summary

Repository

H. Furlong Baldwin Library

Maryland Historical Society

201 W. Monument St.

Baltimore, MD 21201

www.mdhs.org

specialcollections@mdhs.org

Access restrictions

No restrictions.

Use restrictions

Permission to quote must be received in writing from the Special Collections Librarian.

Provenance

Not known.  

Accession number

unknown

Processing note

The collection was processed and the finding aid was created by Lara Westwood in 2012.

 

Organizational Note

The Society of the War of 1812 in Maryland began in 1841 as the Association of the Defenders of Baltimore in 1814. Veterans of the war, and more specifically the battles of Baltimore and North Point, met to remember to their service and the battles fought against the British. Each year on September 12, the group celebrated Defenders Day, a holiday commemorating the battle of Baltimore. The veterans also performed charitable services, such as supporting widows and orphans left by the war and covering funeral costs for fellow veterans. The society eventually included the veterans’ sons due to the deaths of the original members, but by 1883, the association disbanded. The association reemerged in 1892 as the Descendants of the Defenders of Baltimore of the War of 1812-1814, which allowed women to join.

The group once again reorganized in 1893 as The Society of the War of 1812 in Maryland of Baltimore City. The members decided to join with the society in Pennsylvania to create a national organization. Female members were excluded from participation, but they later formed a Maryland chapter of U. S. Daughters of 1812. The mission of the society, in accordance with the Pennsylvania chapter’s charter, was to “cultivate patriotic sentiment,” maintain and collect publications pertaining to and from the war, and honor the memories of the events of the war. Only those directly descended from 1812 veterans could take part. Many prominent figures in Baltimore and Maryland society joined. Edwin Warfield served as president in 1895 before being elected governor of Maryland in 1904.

The newly re-formed society continued the work of the original members. The celebration of Defenders Day became the centerpiece of the group’s efforts. Every year, the society hosted a parade on September 12 took place in Baltimore at Fort McHenry. Society members marched in uniform alongside active servicemen and veterans of past wars. Important members of the military and government were often in attendance. The society also secured an annual salute at Fort McHenry honoring the bombardment of Baltimore. Many of the war monuments being built at the time received support from society members, as well, and during the 1900s, they turned their focus and influence to the preservation of the fort. The fort became a national park, and Defenders Day events were opened to the public.

 

Scope and Content

The collection is made up of various items relating to the Society of the War of 1812’s events, members, and functions. Drs. Albert K. Hadel and James Davidson Inglehart, as secretaries for the society, appear to have compiled the materials. The scrapbook is the most detailed between the years of 1894 and 1897. Letters, relating to society events, make up the majority of the items in the scrapbook. The earlier letters show the Maryland group’s work with the General Society of the War of 1812 in Philadelphia to create state level chapters of the society. Much of the correspondence covers invitations to functions, such as memorials and parades. The society invited many notable figures to the celebrations, such as mayors, governors, generals, as well as presidents. Multiple letters across the years are related to the salute fired at Fort McHenry. Many newspaper clippings from the Sun and Baltimore American covering events and meetings are included. The scrapbook also contains articles recounting the war, memorials and events held by other War of 1812 societies, as well as obituaries and funeral announcements for society members. Society ephemera, such as dinner invitations, postcards, and dress codes, are also a part of the collection. Multiple pages hold photographs of important members.

The scrapbook is generally organized chronologically, beginning with items dating from 1891. Most items are adhered to the pages of the scrapbook. Each page holds several items. Loose newspaper clippings and photographs were removed to separate folders, including those found between pages 208-209, 252-253, and 304-305. A few pages are not in numerical order. The original order of the pages and items has been retained. The items contained in the scrapbook are listed in order below.

Container List

Page Number

Item Number

Contents

 

IC

a.

Letterhead. Association of the Defenders of Baltimore in 1814.

 

IC

b.

Letterhead. Association of the Descendants of the Defenders of the War.

 

IC

c.

Letterhead. Society of the War of 1812 in Maryland.

 

IC

d.

Letterhead. Society of the War of 1812, in the State of Maryland.

 

CP

a.

Scrap Book of Dr. Albert K. Hadel & James Davidson Inglehart, M.D.

 

A-Z

a.

Notes on scrap book’s content listed alphabetically, incomplete records.

 

7

a.

Newspaper articles.

 

8

a.

Drawing and the badge for the Society of War of 1812.

 

9

a.

Society badge information.

 

 

b.

Letter from the Society of War of 1812 in Philadelphia, Peter S. Hay.

 

10

a.

Letter from General Society of the War of 1812, March 25, 1893, signed by Peter S. Hay.

 

 

b.

Letter from Custom-House, Baltimore, Maryland, August 31, 1893.

 

 

c.

Letter from Mayor’s Office, August 31 1892.

 

 

d.

Letter from Second Branch City Council of Baltimore, September 6, 1893.

 

 

e.

Letter from Mayor’s Office.

 

12.

a.

Letter from Albert K. Hadel to Peter S. Hay, October 12, 1892.

 

 

b.

Note, October 22, 1892, from Geo. Norbury Mackenzie.

 

 

c.

Letter from Hay to Hadel.

 

13

a.

Newspaper clippings.

 

 

b.

Photos of Louis P. Griffith and John L. Barrett.

 

 

c.

Funeral announcement for Barrett.

 

15

a.

Newspaper article on the National Congress of the Society of the War of 1812.

 

 

b.

Letter from Henry H. Bellas, March 30, 1893, to Hadel.

 

 

c.

Meeting notes.

 

 

d.

Letter, April 18, 1893 from Felix McCurley.

 

 

e.

Letter from Hay to Hadel, April 20, 1893.

 

 

f.

Letter from Louis P. Griffith to Hadel, May 6, 1893.

 

16

a.

Letter from Felix McCurley to Hadel, May 9, 1893.

 

 

b.

Letter from Hay to Hadel, May 291893.

 

 

c.

Western Union Telegram, September 11, 1893, from H.C. Corbin.

 

 

d.

Letter from Fort McHenry to Hadel, September 12, 1893.

 

 

e.

Letter from Hay to Hadel, October 6, 1893.

 

 

f.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, October 10, 1893.

 

17

a.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, October 14, 1893.

 

 

b.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, November 1, 1893.

 

 

c.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, November 17, 1893.

 

 

d.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel.

 

 

e.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, December 7, 1893.

 

19

a.

Newspaper clippings.

 

20

a.

Obituary for William Welsh.

 

 

b.

Partial newspaper article, “Two Veterans at Rest, Funerals for Mr. William Welsh and Mr. James Hutchinson.”

 

22

a.

Information about the ceremony unveiling of historic tablet on the corner of Sharp and Baltimore Streets.

 

23

a.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, February 6, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from Headquarters’ of Veteran Volunteer Firemen’s Association to Hadel, February 13, 1894, signed by Chas S. Hollaway.

 

 

c.

Letter from Maryland Society to Hadel, February 14, 1894, signed by Ridgely Griffith.

 

 

d.

List of delegates and alternates at the Joint Convention.

 

 

e.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, February 20, 1894.

 

24

a.

Letter from the Record and Pension Office to Hadel, February 28, 1894.

 

 

b.

List of delegates and alternates for National Convention of Societies of the War of 1812.

 

 

c.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, March 28, 1894.

 

 

d.

Letter from Felix McCurley to Hadel, March 30, 1894.

 

 

e.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, April 17, 1894.

 

25

a.

Letter from Hadel to Commissioner of Pensions, April 17, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from W. L/S (?) Willey to Hadel, May 5, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, June 2, 1894.

 

26

a.

Letter from W. S/L (?) Willey, June 9, 1894.

 

 

b.

Newspaper clippings, including a poem by Dr. Francis P. Griffith.

 

 

c.

Letter from Connecticut society to Hadel, June 3, 1894.

 

27

a.

Newspaper articles covering Fort McHenry’s centennial celebration.

 

28

a.

Newspaper article about James Hopper.

 

29

a.

Newspaper articles.

 

30

a.

Newspaper drawings.

 

 

b.

Card from the Maryland Society of the Colonial Dames of America to Dr. J.M. Iglehart.

 

31

a.

Pamphlet on the General Society’s history and the convention proceedings from June 30, 1894, including list of delegates from all state societies.

 

 

b.

Color images, origin unknown.

 

32

a.

Color images of flags and “Baltimore Clippers, The Pride of the American Navy in 1812.”

 

33

a.

Letter from Executive Mansion, Washington, to Hadel, August 10, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from the Vice-President’s Chamber, Washington to Hadel, August 9, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from The Department of State to Hadel, August 9, 1894.

 

 

d.

Letter from Treasury Department to Hadel, August 7, 1894.

 

 

e.

Letter from Office of Postmaster General to Hadel, August 15, 1894.

 

 

f.

Letter from War Department to Hadel, August 7, 1894.

 

 

g.

Letter from Navy Department to Hadel, August 14, 1894.

 

34

a.

Letter, August 9, 1894, to Hadel from the Attorney General.

 

 

b.

Letter from the Speakers Room, House of Representatives, to Hadel, August 21, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from J. Sterling Morton to Hadel, August 8, 1894.

 

 

d.

Letter from the War Department to John M. Dulany, July 13, 1894.

 

 

e.

Letter from House of Representatives to Hadel, August 6, 1894.

 

35

a.

Letter from the Executive Department, Annapolis, addressed to Robert K. Hadell, August 6, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from Frank Brown, the Executive Department, Annapolis, to Hadel (spelled Hadell), August 25, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from the Office of the Collector of Customs for the Port of Baltimore, to Hadel, August 16, 1894, signed by Frank T. Shaw.

 

 

d.

Letter from the Maryland State Treasury Office, to Hadel, signed by State Treasurer Spencer C. Jones, August 22, 1894.

 

 

e.

Letter from the Baltimore Post Office from the Office of the Postmaster to Hadel, September 10, 1894, signed by Postmaster William W. Johnson.

 

 

f.

Letter from the Mayor’s Office in Baltimore to Hadel, August 6, 1894, signed by Ferdinand C. Latrobe.

 

36

a.

Letter from Mayor’s Office to Hadel, September 11, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from Baltimore American editor Felix Agnus to Hadel, August 6, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from William Marine to Hadel, August 16, 1894.

 

 

d.

Letter from Fort McHenry to Hadel, July 29, 1894.

 

 

e.

Letter from the postmaster to Hadel, August 9, 1894.

 

 

f.

Letter to Hadel from James M. Anderson, August 13, 1894.

 

37

a.

Letter from Morris Putnam Stevens to Hadel, August 16, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from Baltimore Sun to Hadel, August 14, 1894, signed by E. (Edwin) F. Abell.

 

 

c.

Baltimore Telegram, to Hadel from Mrs. James Young, August 10, 1894.

 

 

d.

Letter from Merchants and Manufacturers Association to John M. Dulany, September 10, 1894.

 

38

a.

Letter to Hadel from Colonel William ? of the Fourth Regiment of the Infantry of the Maryland National Guard, August 18, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from Colonel S. A. Williams of the First Regiment of the Maryland National Guard to Hadel, August 12, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from H. D. Laney (?) of the Veteran’s Corps Fifth Regiment I., Maryland National Guard to Hadel, August 18, 1894.

 

 

d.

Letter from Laney to Hadel, August 24, 1894.

 

 

e.

Letter from R. (Richard) M. McSherry to Hadel, August 29, 1894.

 

 

f.

Letter from Bellas to Hadel, August 2, 1894.

 

40

a.

Letter from J. R. Dorsey, the Sons of the American Revolution, Maryland Society, to Hadel, August 13, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from R. Redell Brian, the Society of Sons of the Revolution, to Hadel, August 6, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from Julia L. Booker, the Maryland State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, to Hadel.

 

 

d.

Letter from George Newbury Mackenzie, the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland, to Hadel, August 20, 1894.

 

 

e.

Letter from the Association of Veterans of the Mexican War to John M. Dulany, September 7, 1894.

 

41

a.

Letter from the Association of Veterans of the Mexican War to Dulany, September 10, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from the Association of Veterans of the Mexican War to Dulany, August 21, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from Jas. T. Bowling and R. B. Young of the Naval Veteran Association of Maryland to Louis P. Griffith, September 6, 1894.

 

 

d.

Letter from Captain Commanding Jas. J. Roberts of Ellsworth Camp, No. 1, Sons of Veterans, to Hadel, August 31, 1894.

 

42

a.

Letter from Captain Wm. H. Thompson and R. B. Young, August 14, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from Myron J. Rose, Department Commander of the Head-quarters Dep’t of Maryland, Grand Army of the Republic, September 6, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter from E. C. Wamsley, Captain, Head-quarters Jas. A. Garfield Camp, No. 1, Division of Maryland, Sons of Veterans.

 

 

d.

Letter from 1st Sergeant Robert M. McClure and Captain Jas. J. Roberts, Ellsworth Camp, to Hadel, August 31, 1894.

 

43

a.

Letter from Robert Ogle, Junior Order of United Mechanics, July 28, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from Mendes Cohen, Maryland Historical Society, to Hadel, August 9, 1894.

 

44

a.

Parade order document, Order No. 1, by John M. Dulany.

 

 

b.

Letter from Dulany, September 7, 1894, on parade dress.

 

 

c.

Invitation to act as mounted aide for Dulany to James Edward Carr, Jr.

 

 

d.

Copy of letter sent to William A. Thompson, Naval Veterans M. A. R. from Dulany.

 

 

e.

Letter from J. O. Morfit to Robert Smith, September 1, 1894.

 

45

a.

Letter to Hadel, July 5, 1894, Bureau of Pensions claim form, regarding William Welsh’s service record and pension.

 

 

b.

Letter from Alice Key Smith to Hadel, May 10, 1894.

 

46

a.

Copy of letter to Daniel Lamont from the society, July 19, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from John Dorsey, September 8, 1894.

 

 

c.

Card from The Maryland Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, August 25, 1894.

 

47.

a.

Letter to Hadel from S. Conier DuBois, August 23, 1894.

 

 

b.

Information about the Durang brothers by S. Conier DuBois.

 

48

a.

List of reception committee members appointed by Louis P. Griffith, August 28, 1894.

 

 

b.

Two admission tickets to the “Celebration of Fort McHenry,” September 12, 1894.

 

49.

a.

Celebration program.

 

 

b.

Copy of “Our Patriot” by Francis Scott Key Smith.

 

50-51

a.

Newspaper articles from Baltimore American and the Telegram.

 

52

a.

Articles on the battles at North Point and Fort McHenry, October 25, 1894.

 

53

a.

Letter to Griffith from John R. Dorsey, September 17, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter from C. F. Bacon Philbrook, the Massachusetts Commandery of the Naval Order of the United States October 1, 1894.

 

 

c.

Letter to Hadel from S. Conier DuBois, September 13, 1894.

 

 

d.

Invitation from Bellas, November 19, 1894.

 

 

e.

Card requesting pallbearers from society for F. M. Barrett.

 

54

a.

Letter from Theodore H. Laney, commanding division of the Grand Army to George M. Mackenzie, Arthur M. Easter, and Hadel.

 

 

b.

Article about the funeral of Hugh B. Jones, April 3, 1895.

 

55

a.

Articles from the Baltimore American.

 

 

b.

Anniversary program of the Battle of New Orleans, January 8, 1895.

 

 

c.

Event invitation card.

 

56

a.

Photos of Edwin Warfield, James Edward Carr, Jr., John M. Dulany, and ?.

 

57

a.

Photos of Albert K. Hadel, M.D. and William Matthew Marine.

 

 

b.

Obituary for Felix McCurley, May 3, 1895.

 

 

c.

Information on the general society meeting in Philadelphia.

 

58

a.

Letter to Hadel from James M. Anderson.

 

59

a.

Letter to the editor of the Baltimore American, July 23, 1895, from Appleton Morgan, Pennsylvania Society of the War of 1812.

 

 

b.

Letter to the editor of the Baltimore American, July 25, 1895, on the formation of the Maryland society.

 

60.

a.

Articles on society events, resolutions, and members.

 

61

a.

Report on the day’s events, Friday morning, September 13, 1895.

 

62

a.

Letter to the editor, Baltimore American, from Appleton Morgan.

 

63

a.

Letter to the editor, Baltimore American, from Appleton Morgan.

 

 

b.

Baltimore Sun article, September 12, 1895, account of the battle of North Point from Mary Dutton.

 

64

a.

Article about John Lumberson.

 

 

b.

Obituary for Captain Felix McCurley.

 

65

a.

Letterhead of the New York Society of the War of 1812.

 

 

b.

Letter from Captain James Hooper to Hadel, March 7, 1895.

 

66.

a.

Notice from Massachusetts society about an event on November 15, 1895 from Franklin T. Beatty, president.

 

67

a.

Notice to society members to apply for an insignia.

 

68

a.

Article about the New York chapter’s origins, December 12, 1895.

 

 

b.

Article from Baltimore American on Jackson Day, January 9, 1896.

 

69

a.

List of officers from 1895.

 

 

b.

Invitation to a general society meeting, November 26, 1895.

 

 

c.

Invitation to Jackson Day meeting, January 8, 1896, from J. D. Inglehart.

 

 

d.

First cast of the society’s insignia, January 1896.

 

 

e.

Article on the funeral of Colonel Charles A. Reynolds, March 2, 1896.

 

71

a.

Article regarding Asa Bird Gardiner’s Medal of Honor.

 

 

b.

Article recounting the June 20, 1896 convention in Philadelphia.

 

72

a.

Letter from U.S. Infantry and Cavalry School, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, April 10, 1896.

 

73

a.

Article about James Hooper’s 92nd birthday.

 

 

b.

Letter from Hadel to society members about the insignia.

 

 

c.

Letter to society members regarding new rules and constitution.

 

74

a.

Drawing of the Battle of North Point, October 25, 1895.

 

75

a.

Articles on Jackson Day, the Battle of North Point, and society events.

 

76

a.

Letter to Hadel form Sarah Savages (?) Kistler, May 20, 1896.

 

 

b.

Letter from Veteran Volunteer Firemen’s Association seeking donations for a monument at the Old Court House.

 

 

c.

List of attendees at Felix McCurley’s funeral.

 

77.

a.

Letter to Hadel from Reverend Alexander Hamilton, Colonial War Society and the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, April 19, 1894.

 

 

b.

Letter regarding McCurley’s death.

 

 

c.

Letter to Hadel from the Naval Veterans Association, September 11, 1895.

 

 

d.

Letter to Hadel from the Daughters of the American Revolution, September 8, 1895

 

 

e.

Letter to Hadel from Sons of American Revolution.

 

78

a.

Articles from the Baltimore American and the Sun from January 8, 1897 about Jackson Day events.

 

 

b.

Letter to the editor of The Argus (Albany, New York) about the New York chapter’s origins from George Comstock Baker.

 

79

a.

Invitation to Washington Day, February 22, 1897, from the Patriotic and Revolutionary Hereditary Societies of Maryland.

 

 

b.

Washington Day program.

 

 

c.

Article from February 23, 1897 about Washington Day events

 

80

a.

Pamphlet of constitution, by-laws, officers, and members in 1897.

 

86

a.

Muster Rolls and Commissions of Chas. Peregory.

 

89

a.

Letter to Inglehart from Mrs. J. A. Maloney on her husband’s death.

 

90-91

a.

Baltimore American and Sun articles from September 1897.

 

 

b.

Obituary for Elizabeth P. Key Howard.

 

92

a.

Article of reproduction of the National Anthem.

 

 

b.

Drawing of the Patapsco Neck Church.

 

93

a.

Letter to Hadel from Jno. L. G. Lee, September 10, 1897.

 

 

b.

Letter from the mayor’s office to Hadel, September 13, 1897.

 

 

c.

Letter from Chris. T. Demrocke (?) about the unmarked grave of General Philip Reid.

 

 

d.

Invitation to Maryland Society of the Sons of the American Revolution meeting.

 

 

e.

Letters regarding the firing of a salute at Fort McHenry for Jackson Day.

 

 

f.

Letter to Hadel from Peter Leary.

 

94

a.

Letter from Executive Department, Annapolis, September 7, 1897

 

 

b.

Letter from the General Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.

 

 

c.

Letter to Hadel from Baltimore Mayor Alcaeus Hooper’s office, September 3, 1897

 

 

d.

Letter to Hadel from James Hooper, September 11, 1897.

 

 

e.

Letter to Hadel from the Maryland Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.

 

 

f.

Letter to Hadel about a cane from the Battle of North Point, September 25, 1897.

 

95

a.

Articles from the Sun and other papers about society events.

 

96

a.

Meeting minutes, about the death of James Hooper, March 1898.

 

 

b.

Invitation to dinner hosted by the General Society.

 

 

c.

Dinner menu and program, June 21, 1898.

 

 

d.

Article on the biennial meeting of all chapters, held in Baltimore.

 

100

a.

Article about general meeting.

 

98

a.

Articles about the construction of a monument for the Battle of North Point and the preservation of Fort McHenry, February 26, 1898.

 

99

a.

Article about the North Point monument, February 28, 1898.

 

101

a.

Resolutions passed regarding James Hooper’s death, March 14, 1898.

 

 

b.

Request to acts as society escort on Tuesday, June 21, 1898.

 

102

a.

List of society members in 1896.

 

 

b.

Articles on society’s events in 1898.

 

103

a.

Articles about the grave marker for Revolutionary War General William Smallwood.

 

104

a.

Obituary of Treasurer Robert T. Smith, November 23, 1899.

 

 

b.

Card sent to society members for a meeting.

 

 

c.

Article about the flag at the Battle of North Point, November 27, 1899.

 

 

d.

Article about the oldest 1812 pensioner, Hiram Cronk.

 

105

a.

Meeting minutes on the death of Robert T. Smith, November 23, 1899.

 

 

b.

List of pallbearers.

 

 

c.

Request for pallbearers from Chas. L. Pate, Franklin Street Methodist Episcopal Church, November 23, 1899.

 

 

d.

Essay on Smith, read at the memorial meeting, December 17, 1899.

 

106

a.

Newspaper photograph of the Old Colonial Mansion House in Carroll Park.

 

 

b.

Newspaper photograph, “Last photograph of the Old Defenders at Druid Hill Park,” September 12, 1881.

 

107

a.

Article on Major Peter Leary, June 9, 1900, from ? Herald.

 

 

b.

Article on the flag carried at the Battle of North Point, owned by Hadel.

 

 

c.

Article from the Baltimore American, “A poet from long ago,” poem by Angus Umphraville, originally published in 1819.

 

108

a.

Newspaper articles from January 1900 on Jackson Day, funeral of Robert T. Smith, etc

 

 

b.

Newspaper drawing/photograph of “The St. Paul’s of Today and Its Predecessors.”

 

109

a.

Drawings/photographs from the Baltimore American, January 22.

 

110

a.

Article on the 171st birthday of Baltimore.

 

111

a.

Article on the Harford County declaration of independence.

 

112

a.

Article on the South River Club, of Anne Arundel County.

 

 

b.

Article on the funeral of Lieutenant C. A. E. King, December 25, 1900.

 

113

a.

Articles on society events, members, meetings, etc. from 1900.

 

119

a.

Poem, “The Twelfth of September,” by Edwin Higgins, original, 1901.

 

 

b.

Article about an American Revolution monument in Mount Royal Plaza, Baltimore.

 

120

a.

Newspaper articles on society events and Jackson Day.

 

121

a.

Invitation from the Maryland Society of the Sons of the American Revolution to the unveiling of the monument, October 1901.

 

122-123

a.

Newspaper articles from 1902 on society events, 1812 history, etc.

 

124

a.

Copy of the General Assembly of Maryland, House of Delegates file no. 305.

 

 

b.

Letter from Governor John Walter Smith, April 10, 1902.

 

125-130

a.

Articles regarding society events, meetings, etc.

 

 

b.

Articles on the original survey of Baltimore in 1730, Englishman fined for insulting the flag, etc.

 

131

a.

Letter from John M. Dulany and W. M. Marine, January 1, 1902.

 

132

a.

Letter from the assistant adjutant general to Hadel, August 26, 1901.

 

133

a.

Address presented to the society by Hadel on January 8, 1897.

 

134

a.

List of officers of the general society and state chapters from 1902-1904.

 

 

b.

Obituary for John S. Wilson.

 

135

a.

Articles on Edwin Warfield and Colonel John E. Hough.

 

136-137

a.

Newspaper articles on various subjects from 1902 and 1928.

 

 

b.

Photograph of Dr. James D. Inglehart, president, 1912-1914.

 

138

a.

Flowers from Caulk’s Field, pressed in an envelope.

 

139

a.

Newspaper articles on society events, meetings, war history, etc

 

140-141

a.

Account of the Battle of Caulk’s Field by Thomas Hill.

 

142-146

a.

Newspaper articles from 1902-1903 on Jackson Day, society events, etc.

 

147

a.

Letters responding to the society’s invitation to a celebration of the 88th anniversary of the Battle of North Point.

 

 

b.

Invitation to the event.

 

 

c.

Newspaper articles on society events.

 

148

a.

Articles on society news and events.

 

149

a.

Letter to Hadel from Edwin Warfield, December 18, 1903.

 

 

b.

Invitation to meeting honoring Jackson Day and Warfield’s election.

 

150

a.

Articles on the deaths of Jacob Henry Medairy and William M. Marine.

 

151

a.

Letter to S. S. Hege from Winfield Scott, commissioner of the Bureau of Pensions, regarding Hiram Cronk’s pension.

 

 

b.

Letters from September 1904 on the salute to be fired at Fort McHenry.

 

 

c.

Telegram sent to Hadel from the New York chapter.

 

152

a.

Invitation to event on May 25, 1901 to honor fallen veterans.

 

153

a.

Collier’s Baltimore Fire Extra, February 13, 1904.

 

208-209

a.

Newspaper clippings about society events from 1901, 1915, and 1928. Items removed to folder.

 

252-253

a.

Society letterheads.

 

 

b.

Member lists.

 

 

c.

Letter to Hadel from Samuel Bradford.

 

 

d.

Letter from Warfield, Inglehart, and Hadel, on Marine’s book, “History of the Invasion of Maryland by the British during the War of 1812,” March 10, 1897.

 

 

e.

Copy of Thomas Kell’s address, “Presentation of a Flag.” Items removed to folder.

 

304-305

a.

Multiple newspaper articles. Items removed to folder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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