|Thurs Nov 21, 1895||
Killed in a Boiler Explosion / Vanceburg, KY., Nov 18 - Twenty miles south of here, near the head of Grassey, a large boiler at the mill of George W Stamper, Jr exploded, killing two men instantly and seriously injuring several others.
|Fri June 19, 1914||
Summer School Is Open With Large Enrollment / Students are Energetic Young People and Mean Business Says President Bome - New Dormitory in Use ...... names 'Elizabeth Stamper, Bisbee' ....
|Fri June 25, 1915||
Normal Summer School Has Big Enrollment - The Northern Arizona Normal Summer school opened Monday with the largest enrollment in the history of the school. For several days students were coming in from east and west, often as many as a carload at a time. The work started Monday morning without a hitch, though additional rooms for students had to be secured outside the school. The students enrolled for the term are as follows: .... Stamper, Elizabeth, Bisbee, Ariz.
|Friday July 9, 1915||
pg 5 - Dr D M Stamper, a veterinary surgeon, recently arrived in Flagstaff with his family from Yuma and intends making this his home. Dr Stamper comes with good recommendations from reliable people in Yuma.
|Jan 14, 1917||
Doings in Cochise Superior Court - The special venire of 50 jurors, subpoenaed to report today reported before Judge O'Connor, who arrived this afternoon, owing to delayed connections, is as follows: J B Stamper