From The Sun Dec. 2-8, 1840Dec. 3: The old Holliday Street...

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December 02, 1990|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Dec. 2-8, 1840

Dec. 3: The old Holliday Street Theatre . . . was yesterdaplaced under the hammer by Messrs. R. M. Hall & Co. and knocked down to the highest bidder for $20,000.

Dec. 8: Do those who suffer the snow to remain upon the sidewalks in front of their premises, know they subject themselves to a fine?

From The Sun Dec. 2-8, 1890

Dec. 2: Over heaping plates and flowing goblets at the St. James Hotel last night, the St. Andrew's Society of Baltimore made merry in honor of the anniversary day of Scotland's own saint.

Dec. 5: Henry M. Stanley, bronzed, rugged and white-haired, sat his ease sipping coffee in the Hotel Rennert yesterday afternoon and received a few callers. The explorer had come to Baltimore a few hours before to lecture at Oratorio Hall.

From The Sun Dec. 2-8, 1940

Dec. 3: Sixty-one Baltimore debutantes made their bow last night at the Bachelors' Cotillon ball at the Lyric.

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