From The Sun March 29-April 4, 1842MARCH 30: We have been...


March 29, 1992|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun March 29-April 4, 1842

MARCH 30: We have been requested to call the attention of the proper authorities to the condition of the public pump in Fawn Street near High. It needs repair and should be attended to


APRIL 2: Yesterday at noon, Col. Solomon Hillen, the Mayor-elect, was duly installed into office.

From The Sun March 29-April 4, 1892

MARCH 30: Over a hundred enthusiasts sat in the sun on the bleachers at Union Park yesterday afternoon and watched the Orioles of '92 take their first outdoor practice.

MARCH 31: Tomorrow will be April 1 -- All Fools' Day. Ancient tricks will be played to the detriment of tempers and the delight of the successful wags.

From The Sun March 29-April 4, 1942

MARCH 30: Baltimore was blanketed yesterday under the heaviest March snowfall in its history -- a snowfall which nearly doubled the March record which had stood for fifty years and approached the all-time high established in January 1922.

MARCH 31: Tome School, at Port Deposit, was acquired by the Navy Department through condemnation proceedings for use as "major naval training station."

APRIL 2: Plans for expanding traffic facilities at the Pennsylvania Station involving an expenditure by the city of approximately $200,000 have been submitted to Mayor Jackson by an executive of the railroad, it was disclosed yesterday at the City Hall.

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