The Book of the Sandy Spring Meeting House Centennial August 25-26, 1917 (First Edition)

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The Sandy Spring Friends Meetinghouse is a historic building located at Sandy Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland. It is a large, Flemish bond brick, Federal-style Quaker Meeting House built in 1817. The meetinghouse is on two acres deeded by James Brooke in the 1750s, for the use of the Quaker Meeting. Nearby is the cemetery where he and many of his descendants were buried. This book is the Centennial record of this meeting house from 1817 to 1917. Red cloth with gold lettering on front cover. Previous owner was Hannah B. Stabler (of Edgewood), whose name is written on the front free end paper. Frontispiece. 79pp. Remarks by Jospeh T. Sullivan. Address by Mary Coffin Brooke. Legends and Traditions by Rebecca T. Miller and more. Minor marginalia and underlining. Full refund if not satisfied.

Title: The Book of the Sandy Spring Meeting House Centennial August 25-26, 1917 (First Edition)

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Illustrator: Illustrated

Categories: Maryland,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Self-published: 1917

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good +

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: 033754