From The Sun Dec. 15-21, 1841DEC. 18: The snow storm...


December 15, 1991|By FRED RASMUSSEN

From The Sun Dec. 15-21, 1841

DEC. 18: The snow storm yesterday caused a detention of the mails in all directions, but we believe all due, except from the South, arrived during the day, though several hours behind their time.

DEC. 20: CURE YOUR COLDS. We received from the proprietor, No. 100 Howard Street, a package of "Maurer's Cough Candy," which is very pleasant to the taste and highly recommended as a

valuable cure for colds and coughs.

From The Sun Dec. 15-21, 1891

DEC. 19: Mr. Charles L. Carson, one of Baltimore's most widely-known architects, died at his home, 1725 Madison Avenue, at 2:30 yesterday morning, from a complication of diseases.

From The Sun Dec. 15-21, 1941

DEC. 16: Thirty thousand pieces of clothing including 7,000 cut or knit at the headquarters of the Franco-British Relief Committee, 523 North Charles Street, have been sent to Great Britain since the organization was formed in July, 1940.

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