From The Sun Feb. 21-27, 1843Feb. 21: The anniversary of...


February 21, 1993|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Feb. 21-27, 1843

Feb. 21: The anniversary of Washington's birth day is at hand. Tom-morrow it will be with us, and it might be not amiss to inquire whether or not we are prepared, as we ought to be, to welcome it aright.

Feb. 27: Shad -- This delicious fish is every day becoming more plenty in our markets. Some very fine were sold in our market on Saturday for 50 cents a pair.

From The Sun Feb. 21-27, 1893

Feb. 23: Port Deposit, Md. -- A blizzard held sway all day in this frozen region of the Susquehanna.

Feb. 24: The success of the suit of John T. Pickett against Baltimore Base-Ball and Exhibition Company for alleged breach of contract depends in a large measure upon whether or not he was a skillful second baseman.

From The Sun Feb. 21-27, 1943

Feb. 21: Making a special trip from Washington, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt yesterday made an inspection tour of the war-production shops of the Maryland State Penitentiary.

Feb. 22: A service flag and a marble plaque honoring the men and women from the Hamilton community who are serving in the armed forces were dedicated yesterday at ceremonies held at Harford Road and Echodale Avenue under the auspices of the Hamilton Lions Club.

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