Mary W. Stewart papers


Mary W. Stewart papers

1902-1941 (majority 1932-1940)

Mary W. Stewart was the postmistress of Oxford, Maryland, from 1877 to 1940. The collection consists of correspondence to and from Mary Stewart and her family, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia relating to her tenure as postmistress. It also includes a blueprint of Mary Stewart's home and post office in Oxford, Maryland.

0.50 linear feet

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