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Songs about Stambaugh:
Stambaugh Waltz by The Boiled Buzzards from the Album Fine Dining
It Ain't Easy Being Me (feat. Tim Stambaugh & Spencer Bohren) by Robert Eustis from the Album Flyin' High
Looking Forward to Looking Back (feat. Austin Stambaugh) by Nicole Tuttle from the Album Looking Forward to Looking Back (feat. Austin Stambaugh)
Mister Crump (feat. Harry Hardin & Tim Stambaugh) by Robert Eustis from the Album Flyin' High
Take Me to Rampart Street (feat. Andre Bohren, Aurora Nealand, Amasa Miller & Tim Stambaugh) by Spencer Bohren from the Album Blackwater Music
Books about Stambaugh:
Being and Time: A Revised Edition of the Stambaugh Translation (SUNY series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy... by Martin Heidegger, Joan Stambaugh and Dennis J. Schmidt (Jul 1, 2010)
The Stambaugh Family: Westward from Pennsylvania to Missouri by Barbara L. Gingerich Rivas (Dec 13, 2013)
STAMBAUGH HARDWARE FILES FOR CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY.: An article from: Do-It-Yourself Retailing (Jul 28, 2005)
Sources for the Study of Greek Religion (Sources for Biblical Study #14) by John E. Stambaugh, David G. Rice [... (0100)
(Reprint) 1954 Yearbook: Stambaugh High School, Stambaugh, Michigan by 1954 Yearbook Staff of Stambaugh High School (May 1, 1954)
(Reprint) 1955 Yearbook: Stambaugh High School, Stambaugh, Michigan by Stambaugh High School 1955 Yearbook Staff (May 1, 1955)
Argument by Col. S. C. Stambaugh, counsel for plaintiff: delivered on the seventh November, 1843 by S. C. Stambaugh United States [from old catalog] defendant Rodgers Johnson K. [from old catalog] claimant [from old catalog] (Dec 31, 1843)
Wiki information Stambaugh:
Stambaugh was a city in Iron County in the U.S. state of Michigan. In the 2000 census, the city population was 1,243. Effective July 1, 2000, the city of Stambaugh and the village of Mineral Hills were both consolidated with the city of Iron River....
Stambaugh Auditorium is a public auditorium located in Youngstown, Ohio in the United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Stambaugh Auditorium opened in 1926, financed by Henry H. Stambaugh, one of the city's...