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The stars and stripes I hope will wave in Maryland, my Maryland, when every traitor’s in his grave, in Maryland, my Maryland!


Envelope featuring a color illustration of a woman with lyrics from the song "Maryland, my Maryland" beneath it. The envelope can be found in Illustrated Covers Associated with Maryland 1840-1890, a publication that features multicolored patriotic illustrations printed on unused envelopes.

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circa 1840-1890





1 envelope

Catalog Number

Rare E 646 .E65

Resource ID



Gift of H. Findlay French, November 1962

Digital Publisher

Digital resource provided by the Maryland Center for History and Culture


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