From The Sun March 3-9, 1841March 5:...


From The Sun March 3-9, 1841

March 5: The Baltimore and Ohio, and Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad Companies, ran expresses from Washington to Philadelphia carrying President Harrison's Inaugural Address for the accomodation of the editorial corps and of the public.

From The Sun March 3-9, 1891

March 4: Five hundred dogs were on dress parade yesterday when the second annual dog show of the Maryland Kennel Club began at the Fifth Regiment Armory.

March 9: The temple for the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation is nearing completion and the members expect to hold the first service in the new edifice the latter part of September.

From The Sun March 3-9, 1941

March 5: The Duke and Duchess of Windsor entertained at tea at Nassau Saturday, which was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Laurence R. Carton, Douglas Gordon Carroll and Alfred J. Miller, of Baltimore.

March 6: Approximately 1,000 union roofers, out of 1,200 who walked off all construction jobs yesterday in the Baltimore area on which union carpenters are engaged, will go back to work today.

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