||Tax Receipt / 7 June 1784
||Benjamin Harwood, Receiver of Continental Taxes for MD to pay $2,054 and 83/90 to Michael Hillegas, U. S. Treasurer. Recorded by Joseph Nourse, Registrar, and signed by Robert Morris
||Family Record / 1799
||William Palmer and Sarah Wallis
Children: Agusta Sophia, William Phillip Sidney, Mary Ann Matilda, and John Wallis Palmer
||Special Passport /
2 Sept 1914
||Issued to Helen Covey, member of the American Red Cross European Relief Detachment. Signed by William Jennings Bryan, U.S. Secretary of State.
||Petition in Favor of Temperance /
11 March 1874
||Petition from 5,000 ladies sent to the Maryland House of Delegates
||State and local elections
||Political Broadside /
||Easton, Talbot County, MD. Conflict between the Water Co. and the Health Dept. over water quality.
||Campaign Sign /
||Re-election of Mayor Higgins of Easton, Talbot Co., MD.
||Campaign Sign /
||Easton, Talbot County, MD. Martin M. Higgins for Mayor; L. S. Fleckenstein for Council President; Alonzo M. Robson, W. O. Merrick, Alfred Garey, G. G. Ross for Council.
||Muster Roll /
||Capt. Read's Company G of the 39th Regiment of the U. S. C. T. Infantry, U. S. Army.
||Land Plat /
12 March 1878
||The Glebe, Talbot County, MD. Division of Real Estate of Ennals Martin. Copy of plat (drawing) from 1861. Land Commission Records, folio 373.
||Land Warrant /
||Talbot County, Maryland. Charles, Lord Baltimore, to William Gale. "Fisher's Discovery," Kings Town, Choptank River.
28 June 1782
||Early Subscribers to Washington College, St. Pauls Parish, Kent County, MD. Signatures of subscribers.
||Colonial Land Re-Survey /
||Talbot County, MD. Charles, Lord Baltimore, to Robert Goldsborough. Lists early grants of the land on Plain Dealing Creek.
||Power of Attorney /
1 Sept 1743
||From Foster Cunliffe and Sons, Liverpool, to Robert Morris, William Fishwick and John Hanmor, their factors in Maryland.
||Appointment to Talbot County Commission of the Maryland Council of Defense /
27 June 1917
||James C. Mullikin, appointee. Signed by Emerson C. Harrington, Governor of MD and Thomas W. Simmons, Sec. of State.
||The Enterprise /
||Vol. 1, No. 1. Publication of the New Academy of Music, later the Music Hall, Easton, Talbot County, MD.
||The Oriole Observer /
||Covers Oriole Festival in Baltimore
||The Caroline Sun /
||Ridgely 50th Anniversary Edition
||U.S. Military Record /
25 July 1863
||Company H, 1st Reg. Eastern Shore MD Vols.
||Baltimore Water Supply
||Cemetery Plat /
||3rd Haven Friends Burial Ground, Easton, MD
||Ferry Schedule /
||Love Point - Baltimore
Baltimore and Eastern Railroad Co.
||Baltimore Oriole Festival
Advertising and float descriptions
||The Old Court House Square, Easton
Henry Chandee Forman, architect
||Bond Certificate /
||Maryland and Delaware Railroad Co.
Issued to Richard Thomas and James M. Seth of Easton