From The Sun Dec. 26, 1843-Jan. 1, 1844Dec. 26: We have...

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December 26, 1993|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Dec. 26, 1843-Jan. 1, 1844

Dec. 26: We have noticed in a number of the paper's accounts of white owls being killed in our latitude; it is something curious that they should be killed so far South. Two were killed some two or three years ago at Millers Island, mouth of Back River, in this State.

Jan. 1: New Year's Day -- Once again do we greet you all, "gentle" readers and most worthy friends of The Sun, with "the compliments of the season."

From The Sun Dec. 26, 1893-Jan. 1, 1894

Dec. 26: Amid the joys and festivities of yesterday was a tender remembrance of the dead. Many fragrant flowers were placed on the mounds in the burial places and immortelles were laid upon tombs in all cemeteries.

Dec. 27: The Harvard Glee, Mandolin and Banjo Clubs are on their holiday tour and took in Baltimore last night with great success. The concert was given in Harris's Academy Concert Hall before a large and fashionable audience.

From The Sun Dec. 26, 1943-Jan. 1, 1944

Dec. 26: Baltimore, in festive attire and entertaining thousands of service men and women on holiday leaves, had a merry Christmas yesterday. Christmas greens in greater profusion than recent years decorated dwellings, and many parties, private and public, were held.

Dec. 30: The backless dress is being made for both day and evening wear at the resorts. Unless the dress is for beach wear only, it has a little bolero jacket to cover the bare back when you go into the village.

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