Arthur B. Cropley Diary - Accession 675 - M298 (349)
Accession 675 - M298 (349)
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Scope and Content Note
The Arthur Bird Cropley Diary consists of lecture notes, classmate signatures listing hometown and union or secessionist status, together with secessionist poetry and prose written by Arthur Bird Cropley (1848-1912) and other classmates while they were students of the Stanmore School for Boys in Sandy Spring, Maryland. There are also class rosters for the Stanmore School for Boys as well as a class roster for the Fair Hill Boarding School for Girls, both of Sandy Spring in Montgomery County, Maryland. Arthur B. Cropley was a resident of Georgetown, M.D in 1862 and was born in the District of Columbia on August 11, 1848 and died there on April 24, 1912.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Arthur B. Cropley Diary - Accession 675 - M298 (349)". Finding Aid 518.
LC Subject Headings
Cropley, Arthur Bird, 1848-1912--Archives; Stanmore School--Students; Fair Hill Boarding School--Students; Boarding school students--Maryland--Sandy Spring; Schools--Maryland--Sandy Spring; Boarding schools--Maryland--Sandy Spring; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Poetry