From The Sun Nov. 25-Dec. 1, 1840Nov. 30: The friends of...

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November 25, 1990|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Nov. 25-Dec. 1, 1840

Nov. 30: The friends of youth, of juvenile moral reform, of destitute society generally, will please remember the meeting at the Baptist church, in Sharp Street this evening.

Dec. 1: The cars on the Washington railroad were delayed somewhat beyond their time last night on account of running over a cow somewhere on the track. No serious injury ensued.

From The Sun Nov. 25-Dec. 1, 1890

Nov. 25: The members of the Southwestern Baltimore Improvement Association received Mayor Davidson and other city officials at the old Western Schuetzen Park yesterday afternoon to thank them for the selection of the site of the new pleasure ground, which will be called Carroll Park.

Nov. 26: At Trinity Church, Towson, there was in front of the chancel a plentiful supply of vegetables and flowers, which, after

the services, were distributed among the poor.

From The Sun Nov. 25-Dec. 1, 1940

Nov. 27: Miss Norma Mohler, a professional dancer, yesterday sued Herman Gimbel, of the 3600 block Glen Avenue, for $50,000 damages, alleging that he promised to marry her last February but now refuses to go through with the ceremony.

Nov. 28: Reuben Kramer, local sculptor and winner of the principal prizes in this year's All-Maryland Art Show, will give a demonstration talk tomorrow night at the Baltimore Museum of Art on "How I Model a Figure."

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