From The Sun Sept. 20-26, 1842Sept. 22: Caution...


September 20, 1992|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Sept. 20-26, 1842

Sept. 22: Caution -- Housekeepers ought to see to closing their front doors and fastening their night latches before dark, as the light-fingered gentry are prowling about and extracting from the passages of the dwellings such articles as are found there.

Sept. 26: A woman named Harriet Jarvis, who was of loose habits, was killed in Norfolk on Friday, by falling out of a second story window -- her neck was broken.

From The Sun Sept. 20-26, 1892

Sept. 20: The travel to Washington over the Baltimore and Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroads in the last few days has been a severe test of the resources of those two splendidly equipped lines. It is estimated that 100,000 visitors were carried into Washington over the two lines in the twenty-four hours ended at midnight.

Sept. 22: Flora Driver, colored, who claims to be one hundred and sixteen years old, is a patient at the City Hospital. She says she was born in Baltimore on July 4, 1776 and has lived for many years on Sarah Ann St.

From The Sun Sept. 20-26, 1942

Sept. 22: Two weeks after pupils throughout Baltimore County began their 1942-1943 term, school began yesterday -- in temporary accommodations in several remotely located schools -- for children of war workers living in Trailertown, in the Middle River section.

Sept. 23: Appraisers valued the estate of Mrs. Ella J. Hutzler, widow of David Hutzler, Baltimore merchant, at $431,950.90 in inventories filed yesterday in the Orphans' Court.

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