From The Sun Aug. 7-13, 1844Aug. 9: We observe by the...

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August 07, 1994|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Aug. 7-13, 1844

Aug. 9: We observe by the eastern papers that the season for clam bakes has arrived, and the immense crowds of clam eaters are on the move to participate in the glorious festivals.

Aug. 13: On Friday last, some persons who were engaged on the shore of the Patapsco River, a few hundred yards below the Lazaretto Light House, discovered the remains of a human body.

From The Sun Aug. 7-13, 1894

Aug. 7: Ocean City was never more attractive than this summer. The bathing never seemed better, the fish never nibbled at the hook more freely, nor the wind never filled the sails more beautifully on the Synepuxent Bay.

Aug. 8: A large new building is being erected for the Institution for the Colored Deaf, Dumb and Blind, on Saratoga Street between Pearl and Pine streets. It will replace a small house which was used for the work of the school.

From The Sun Aug. 7-13, 1944

Aug. 8: The Duke of Windsor will pay a brief visit this afternoon to Gen. Henry M. Warfield, uncle of the Duchess of Windsor, formerly Miss Wallis Warfield, of this city, at his home in Timonium, Baltimore County.

Aug. 11: A 2,100 acre tract, a mile southwest of Linthicum Heights in Anne Arundel County and nine miles from the center of Baltimore, is favored as the site for a new municipal airport, Robert O. Bonnell, chairman of the Baltimore Aviation Commission, announced yesterday.

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