From The Sun April 14-20, 1841April 15: Francis Steer and...

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April 14, 1991|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun April 14-20, 1841

April 15: Francis Steer and Edward Jermey were arrested yesterday by the officers Keller and Myers, and brought before Justice McDonald, charged with an attempt to fight a pitched battle in Howard's Park on last Sabbath day.

April 20: Cartmen ought to be cautioned about the matter of leaving their horses unfastened in the street when off their stand.

From The Sun April 14-20, 1891

April 14: Civil Service Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt paid Baltimore another visit yesterday to continue the investigation of the Republican primaries and the part taken on both sides in the contest by the government officials.

April 15: The gynecological building of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, to consist of an operating room and lecture room, will shortly be erected. It is to be 30 by 50 feet, two stories high.

From The Sun April 14-20, 1941

April 14: One hundred and thirty men, women and children, guests of the New Howard Hotel, were routed from their beds last night on the orders of the fire department when a five-alarm fire damaged two buildings in the 300 block of West Baltimore Street.

April 17: Margaret Mead, author and ethnologist, will speak on "Families as Creatures of Culture" at the annual luncheon of the Child Study Association to be held at 12:30 P.M. Tuesday at the Lord Baltimore Hotel.

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