From The Sun Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 1844Aug. 28: Yesterday, at...


August 28, 1994|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 1844

Aug. 28: Yesterday, at about half past 11 o'clock, one of the workmen in the employ of the Baltimore, Wilmington and Philadelphia Railroad Company was run over by one of the baggage cars at Perryville.

Aug. 29: A daughter of Mr. Isaac, in Charles Street, was decoyed into an alley by two young German girls and stripped of her shoes, stockings and upper garments, and left crying until discovered and brought home by passers-by.

From The Sun Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 1894

Aug. 28: New York -- The World this morning says: "A private cable dispatch from Rome is authority that the Pope has sent Cardinal Gibbons an autograph letter cordially inviting him to visit Rome.

Sept. 1: Suburban Mail System -- The starting of the free-delivery system at suburban points adjacent to Baltimore, in accordance with Postmaster Warfield's plan, has been postponed until September 15.

From The Sun Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 1944

Aug. 28: The first Purple Heart to be awarded an officer of the Women's Army Corps has been presented to First Lieutenant Anne W. Tinges, of Towson, for injuries received while shielding an English child from an exploding bomb.

Aug. 29: Miss Audrey J. Klingenberg, 19, of Linthicum Heights, operator of a beauty shop at North Avenue and Charles Street, was named Miss Maryland 1944 last night before a packed house at the Hippodrome Theater.

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