Christmas card to E. Ralston Goldsborough from ‘Leona’
Mr. Goldsborough was a dedicated advocate for the preservation of Frederick’s most iconic historical places. The people of Frederick knew him as an amateur anthropologist, genealogist, and archaeologist. He was also the editor of ‘The Maryland Guide.’ Artifacts he collected alongside fellow archaeologist Nicholas Yinger were used to establish a further detailed history of Frederick County. He was known for findings of Native American artifacts in the county, particularly the Piscataway tribe. He also took part in saving Frederick’s Jug Bridge, which everyone loves dearly!